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July 26, 2012

RBZ FW Is AOK for Average Player

In this "year of the fairway wood," it must be noted that not all players -- especially average players -- can hit a standard 15-degree fairway wood. With that in mind, TaylorMade-adidas Golf offers the RocketBallz HL 3 fairway wood with 17 degrees of loft.

It features the same white club head and Speed Pocket technology as other RBZ fairway woods, but for a lot of players -- particularly women and men with slower swing speeds -- this club is easier to get airborne on the fairway and out of light rough.

The RBZ HL 3 wood (suggested retail price $229.99) is a good weapon to have in your bag.

TaylorMade Men's RocketBallz Fairway

TaylorMade RocketBallz Tour Fairway Wood

July 24, 2012

What About the Shoes Tiger Wears?

Nike Golf is on a roll with its lineup of golf shoes, and the TW 13 Free might be the best.

The TW 13 came about because Tiger Woods wanted a pair of shoes that felt and fit similar to the shoes he wore when training. So Nike Golf's shoe designers built a golf shoe with Nike's Free technology; this technology provides freedom of movement and close-to-the-ground feel and stability. Woods has worn the TW 13 since last summer, and now you can, too.

The TW 13 is available in black and white, with red accents. It's selling on shelves for $180 per pair. That might seem a bit steep, but you won't be disappointed. In fact, you won't look at golf shoes the same way again.

Golf Galaxy:

Nike TW 13 Golf Shoe - Black/Stealth Red

Nike TW 13 Golf Shoe - White/Red

In the Hole Golf:

Nike TW '13 Golf Shoes - Black Stealth - Varsity Red

Nike TW '13 Golf Shoes - White Anthracite - Varsity Red

July 23, 2012

Best-Looking Set of Irons Yet?

July 23, 2012 Best-Looking Set of Irons Yet?

Well, Adams Golf thinks so, and we tend to agree that the company has its best-looking set of irons to date in the new Idea CMB irons.

Each of the CMB irons has a nickel-chrome satin finish and is forged from 1025 carbon steel. Each iron also features tungsten weighting low in the toe so that the center of gravity is centered in the score lines for better feel and minimal twisting at impact. The CMB basically looks like a blade but plays like a cavity-back iron, so it's a great for players of all skill levels.

The Idea CMB irons have a suggested retail price of $1,099.99 (steel) and $1,199.99 (graphite). They are available in right-hand only in regular, stiff and extra stiff flexes.

Adams Men's CMB Irons - (Steel) 4-GW

Adams Idea CMB Iron Set

July 19, 2012

4 Bizarre British Open Collapses

Since the first British Open Championship at Prestwick in Scotland in 1860, tournament spectators have seen the great, the good, the bad and the ugly. Players want to win the game's original major so badly that it makes them do some of the craziest things you'll ever see on a golf course. Check out these magnificent meltdowns:

Jean van de Velde (1999) As the French would say, this is the crème de la crème of chokes.

Thomas Bjorn (2003) Holding a two-shot lead with three holes to play, the delirious Dane took three shots to escape a greenside bunker on the par-3 16th at Royal St. George's.

Sergio Garcia (2007) The volatile Spaniard, who often complains about his bad luck, missed a makeable 4-ft. putt on the 72nd hole that would've secured victory, and then he lost in a playoff.

Doug Sanders (1970) Flashy dresser Sanders blew a 3-ft. putt on the 72nd hole, which resulted in a playoff won by Jack Nicklaus.

July 18, 2012

5 Simple Keys to Consistency

We've all had those days when everything is pure, when your tempo is relaxed, your contact is crisp and your ball is well-behaved. Life is good. Then what happens the next round? It's as if your body's become a water sprinkler because you're spraying the ball all over the course.

Ah, what you wouldn't give for a consistent swing!

You can have it by studying PureStrike: The 5 Simple Keys to Consistency. And you can gain that consistency without it costing you an arm or a leg.

PureStrike is a compilation of the commonalities of champion golfers from the past 100 years. They, like you, have had different grips, stances and swing planes, but they all mastered five essential things that are obvious on film and in photos. Golfers of all levels can learn these five keys by using PureStrike to understand the fundamental movements and details that all great golfers have in common! Try the PureStrike five-DVD Collection today for just $19.95 risk-free for 30 days. If you don't love it, send it back, no questions asked. Plus you get free shipping and handling.

PureStrike: The 5 Simple Keys to Consistency

July 17, 2012

Our 5 Funniest Golf T-Shirts

Golfers have to have a huge sense of humor. How else could you possibly make it through those rounds when nothing's going right? Because of that, you'll appreciate these funny golf T-shirts. We've taken the liberty to sort out the wittiest, so check out our 5 Funniest Golf T-Shirts.

  1. Evolution This is indisputable, scientific proof that golfers are a higher form of life.
  2. It Takes a Lot of Balls to Golf the Way I Do Nope, not going to touch that one.
  3. I'm 50 ... I Need My Daily Dose of Iron As in a 7 iron, an 8 iron, a 9 iron, etc.
  4. They Call It Golf Because All Other Four-Letter Words Were Taken
  5. Got that right.

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