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2016 Most Wanted Driver Test – The Details

About 2016 Most Wanted
Looking for a new driver? Let us help.

The 2016 Most Wanted Test is, bar none, the most comprehensive driver test conducted anywhere in the golf equipment industry. Unlike others in golf media who...

  • June 13, 2016
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The Bandon Dunes Kit

By: Dave Wolfe
Bandon Dunes Is Not Your Local Muni
Odds are that most serious golfers have heard of Bandon Dunes Golf Resort before. If you have not, let me borrow a quote from their site to summarize the resort.
"Amongst the...

  • June 9, 2016
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The MOST Innovative Golf Company You Have NEVER Heard Of.

The Guys Behind the Guys
How does a golf equipment manufacturer arrive at its final product, season after season, cycle after cycle? As in any other industry, there is a lot going on behind the scenes - materials R&D, branding...

  • June 8, 2016
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SERIES: An Insider’s Look At Modern Golf Club Design | PART 3

Niche Companies and Garage Tinkerers - The Third Tier
In Part 2 of this Series we covered the first two tiers of golf club design R&D - the major OEMS and the identity companies. Now we turn our sights to the third tier,...

  • June 6, 2016
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CONTEST: Win The Driver of YOUR Choice

 

Want to win a driver?  How about the driver of your choice?

That means ANY driver from ANY brand you want.

Pretty sweet right!

 
HOW TO ENTER:
Simply click on this link and follow the simple instructions.

It's that easy!

  • June 1, 2016
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Pro Tip: How To Make Your M1 More Forgiving

By: Tony Covey
Golfers who bought TaylorMade's M1 driver before M2 may have experienced a bit of buyers remorse.

Don't misunderstand our point. M1 is a terrific driver. It's highly configurable. It offers a robust platform...

  • May 31, 2016
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Hit the Ball Farther By Restricting What You See

By: Tony Luczak
Forget Everything You Know
During lessons and clinics, I’ll often have my students make swings with their eyes closed... sometimes golfers will actually hit the ball better that way than with eyes open...

  • May 26, 2016
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