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Callaway Kickin’ It Old School For ’21
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Callaway Kickin’ It Old School For ’21

Ladies bust out your hip-hugger jeans and fellas throw on your oversize Tommy Hilfiger polos and douse yourself in Curve cologne. Allow Britney Spears or N*Sync to serenade you as you read. Callaway Golf is taking us all back to the early 2000’s with their 2021 equipment line. Instead of Ross and Rachel, it’s Bertha...

Tour Edge Hot Launch 521 – Sneak Peak
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Tour Edge Hot Launch 521 – Sneak Peak

If you’re familiar with equipment and keep up on the latest trends you are no doubt familiar with the Exotics line by Tour Edge. They have made quite a name for themselves in the woods categories without spending a boatload on marketing and 7 figure deals with tour players. With a nice showing on the...

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...

Find a Fairway Wood
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Find a Fairway Wood

Regardless of handicap, when you ask a golfer what club in their bag is their biggest nemesis, they usually respond with either a long iron of some type or their 3 wood. Hitting a wood off the turf or a tight lie is one the most difficult shots to master in the game of golf....