2013 “Golf’s Most Wanted” – BEST OVERALL

We’ve arrived at the moment you’ve been waiting for. After teasing you with the Longest Driver of 2013, and the Most Accurate Driver of 2013, it’s time to reveal MyGolfSpy’s Most Wanted Driver of 2013. Simply put, the #1 Club on this list, is the Best Driver of 2013. Period. [READ MORE]

Is this the Next Big Bertha?

They keywords here are removably affixed. Effectively what Callaway is describing a system in which the crown itself is a movable weight, or a system in which the crown can be removed to access movable weights.

You have my attention.

  • October 29, 2015
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Michelle Wie and Her Blue Driver Join Team Zepp

What I found most interesting about the Zepp announcement is the accompanying video which features Nike Athlete, Michelle Wie, explaining why she uses Zepp while Zepp’s video team shoots her from a series of angles that the conspiracy theorist in me believes was constructed to showcase Wie’s unusual, and in the case of the driver, unannounced Nike gear.

Seriously. Is this a Zepp promo or a Nike commercial?

  • October 29, 2015
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Is This the Best Shoe In Golf?

Yesterday morning we received a media kit, scratch that…a Comfort Kit promoting PUMA Golf’s new TITANTOUR IGNITE golf shoe. Yes, apparently TTITANTOUR is one word, and you should scream it. At the very least you should #IGNITEit, because like all notable releases TITANTOUR IGNITE comes with its own hashtag.

The kit itself features a pair of the new shoes, travel pillow, and a travel blanket. The clear message is that PUMA’s latest golf shoe (PUMA probably would like me to call it PUMA’s latest innovation) provides all day comfort, that comfort never quits, or possibly that air travel sucks.

  • October 28, 2015
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What’s In The Bag: World Long Drive Championship

The annual Long Drive Championship isn’t going to be confused with The Masters anytime soon. Not only are precision and shot shaping not part of the sport’s vernacular, neither is particularly necessary during the competition. Nevertheless, there’s no denying that the event speaks to what once drew so many of us to the game; smashing the living hell out of a golf ball

  • October 27, 2015
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TaylorMade Has 3 New Premium Balls For 2016

For 2016 TaylorMade is introducing 3 new Urethane-covered balls which bring meaningful updates to the now two-year old Tour Preferred, Tour Preferred X, and Project (a).

Fans of TaylorMade balls (or just consistency in general) will be delighted to learn that the Tour Preferred and Project (a) names not only carry through for another revision, but the company appears committed to retain the name moving forward.

It’s a strategy that’s worked almost incomprehensibly well for Titleist.

  • October 26, 2015
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Nike Working on Glueless Shaft Adapter

Other than about two-hundred or so golf ball related patents from Titleist (The #1 Ball in Golf), there hasn’t been a whole lot of particularly exciting intellectual property made public of late. A Nike filing recently made public did catch my eye, if only for the infinite practicality of it.

It seems the team at The Oven is cooking up a new design for an adjustable hosel that requires no epoxy, glue, etc.. It’s totally dry-bonded.

  • October 22, 2015
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