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2020 US Open Golf Preview
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2020 US Open Golf Preview

New York crowds have always loved Phil Mickelson. They were loud and boisterous as they rooted him on to catch Tiger at Bethpage in the ‘02 US Open, and their hearts collectively sank when he hit his tee shot off the hospitality tent on the 72nd hole at Winged Foot in the ’06 edition. That...

Club Insider: Big Bertha 21
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Club Insider: Big Bertha 21

This week Callaway Golf unveils its first super game-improvement line designed with Artificial Intelligence. The name Big Bertha has been synonymous with forgiveness, technology, and game enjoyment since 1991, and the new B21 family is all that and then some. Cavity-back irons have gotten sleeker and slimmer over the years and Callaway has looked to...

2020 Golf Club Report
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2020 Golf Club Report

With 13 events cancelled or postponed, starting back at the Players Championship in March, 2020 has certainly been a year for the books…for all the wrong reasons. But we don’t want to take away from the incredible job the governing bodies of golf, like the PGA and USGA, have done to bring us live competitive...

New Toys for Fall 2020
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New Toys for Fall 2020

After months of delays and Covid-19 closings, your favorite golf manufacturers are catching back up to normal lead times for custom orders, and that means the Fall release schedule for new product is also getting back on track. Here are just a few of the hot new clubs you are going to be seeing in...

PGA Championship Preview
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PGA Championship Preview

This is the time of year when the PGA Championship used to take place and was known as “Glory’s Last Shot” – August. But due to the new schedule that was implemented last year The PGA is now played in May. But the Covid pandemic cancelled all things sports in April thru June so here...

Restore Your Speed
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Restore Your Speed

Speed is king and distance is the great equalizer in golf. The always analytical Bryson DeChambeau thought he needed to get longer off the tee to better compete on tour. Even though he was already in the top-20 in driving distance and has 5 wins on the PGA Tour. So in the offseason he gained...

5 Things Every Amateur Should Stop Doing
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5 Things Every Amateur Should Stop Doing

There are many things amateur and novice golfers need to improve on of course, but it isn’t always swing related or something technical from a lesson. A lot of the decisions you make on the course contribute to a high score just as much as a bad fundamental. Here are the top 5 things you...