Callaway Epic Flash Driver

FASTER THAN HUMANLY POSSIBLE INTRODUCING EPIC FLASH DRIVER Artificial Intelligence Real Ball Speed The new Epic Flash driver employs a new Callaway technology called Flash Face to help golfers get more ball speed for more distance. That great feeling you […]

Titleist 917 F3 Fairway Wood

  917F3 Golf Club Versatility with shot control and more distance in a compact profile fairway. Slightly less spin and lower launch versus 917F2. Available Lofts: 13.5°, 15° MSRP: $350 Complete Adjustability Player Benefits Faster ball speeds Across the face provides more […]

Honma Tour World TW-U

“Sharp + Gentle” utilities for professionals. TOP> PRODUCT> TW-U TECHNOLOGY SPEC Tour staffers asked that these clubs look appealing but become “weapons” in actual tournaments To provide precise carry performance Excellent control Solid feel at impact A sharp shape at address […]

Callaway Apex Muscleback Irons

Callaway Apex Muscleback Irons are true musclebacks inspired by the Tour and suited for the best of the best players. Irons/Combo Sets Apex MB Irons From $1,299.99 Gender & Hand: Mens Right Mens Left Shaft: Custom Steel Custom Graphite Project […]

Titleist 917 D2 Driver

917F2 Golf Club Distance with forgiveness in a full 460cc pear profile. Offers more forgiveness, a slightly higher launch and more spin versus 917D3. Available Lofts: 8.5°, 9.5°, 10.5°, 12° MSRP: $550 Ultimate Distance & Forgiveness Player Benefits Faster ball speeds Off-center […]


Hole in One Golfer


Top U.S. Golf Courses
Imagine you were born in 1867. Fast-forward 25 years later, you love golf. That is 1892. Where do you think you would have played it?

A sheep Ranch Golf Course.
I know you didn’t expect that. But Charles Blair McDonald would have hosted you and your friends back then in his 18-Hole course without much struggle. You may be wondering whether it still exists. Yes, it does. However, it is now a 9-Hole course.

What do you know about top U.S Golf Courses? Now that you aren’t living in the 20th century get ready for some adventure.
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Golf Course Etiquette: A guide for players


Whether you are new to the game or a veteran of the links, there are several rules of the game that can slip everyone’s mind occasionally. Here are three simple reminders that can improve anyone’s golf course etiquette for the better.

Control yourself: This is often the biggest problem I find with many players new and old when it comes to how people act when playing. Enthusiasm is of course appreciated, but be sure to not go overboard, even in your finest game. Be humble and keep your words sweet, lest you need to eat them later. However, this goes the other way as well should you have a bad game. Your clubs are your tools, and regardless of how poor you perform they, the course, and whoever you are playing with should be treated with the utmost respect. Read more »

Golf Equipment


The golf equipment that you will need to play the game will greatly be determined by your goals of playing the game. Here are types of available golf equipment

Golf Bag
Golf bags have many different golf bag types and are considered a piece of golf equipment that you cannot play without since you will be using it to carry all of your golf clubs, golf balls and other necessities for your round of golf.

Golf Glove
Although wearing a golf glove is a personal preference, it is almost mandatory in some parts of the country due to the humidity or dampness. Without wearing a glove in the Texas summer,  for example, it will literally be difficult to hold onto your golf club. Today’s gloves usually come with a ball maker that allows you to personalize the glove with color or your favorite school’s logo.
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Golf Tips For Your Corporate Outing


We get asked all of the time for quick golf tips. The question usually comes from someone who has to play in a corporate golf tournament, or they are someone who does not play often, and they are going on vacation and will have a chance to play around at a prestigious golf course and are looking for quick golf tips. Here is a list of five free quick golf tips to enjoy your corporate event or vacation.

1. If you have any time before your event to practice, you do need to take advantage of this. Current golf instruction will say that you should spend twice as much time on your short game as you do your full swing. I know, I know, I know. How are you going to get the ball to the green? Without much time before the event, you will improve faster by spending time on getting the ball in the hole as opposed getting the ball just close to the green. If you do not get to play often, the chances are that you hit many of your irons close to the same distance. Unless you have time for some golf instruction, this will not be fixed in a short period. Get the feel for and mechanics of chipping, pitching and putting.
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The Proper Golf Apparel


When you decide about taking up this sport of golf, there are specific questions you will have to know. What model of golf club works best for you? Will there be nearby public courses available? Is it possible to afford to learn at a private course? Will you need golf lessons?

As a final point, there’s the question of style trends while the game of golf. Selecting the most appropriate brand of clothing is really as important as learning each and every aspect of golf. It encourages a definite apparel etiquette that is generally grounded in comfort.

If you happen to wear comfortable clothing you’ll be able to feel better, which will certainly ultimately be reflected affecting your game. To illustrate, you may find that very loose shirts impact your swing when you are using your driver or maybe when putting. Any restrictive shirt may constrain your freedom to move and affect your concentration.
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Top 5 Golf Courses


A great golf course is one that is professionally designed, has associated buildings and amenities and has the best management. We look at top 5 golf courses as per the world rating on prestigious golf courses in different parts of the World.

National Golf Links of America, Southampton, New York

It was formed under the leadership of Charles B. Macdonald with assistance from engineer Seth Raynor in 1908. It is a private course with 18 holes and occupies 253 acres. It is said to be spectacular with unique architectural designs that it has become a tourist attraction centre. The course hosted the famous walker cup in 1922 and major men’s championship.


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Different Types of Golf Clubs for Golf Beginners


To play golf properly, you will need to learn the different types of golf clubs and their uses. There are two main types of golf clubs including the woods and the irons. Woods are used to teeing off, or begin the play of each hole while irons are used after teeing off.

Woods are golf clubs that are used to tee off or take a shot from the tee. They typically hit the ball the longest distance and have the greatest velocity. The woods were originally made of wood. However, today they are often made of other types of materials. The woods are distinguished by a large, bulbous head with a flat surface where the club hits the ball. There are three main kinds of wood that golfers should carry in their golf bags including the 1 wood, three wood, and 5 wood. The lower the number of the wood, the further distance the ball will travel. The loft of the ball is generally lower for lower numbered woods.
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Golf Swing Tips


The first golf swing tip is to know exactly where to orient your golf swing.You must accurately position yourself in line with the target flag. To do this, when approaching your ball, you should look out for any leaf, or pebble which will act as a marker for a direct line between the flag and ball. Afterward, think of an imaginary line between those two reference points and make your club face this imaginary line to ensure that you are now firmly oriented to begin your swing.

The second tip concerns the grip.There are many ways in which you can hold your golf club, but let’s focus on the basic golf grips for now. Put the golf club in your left hand in such a way that the shaft will lie across the crest of the forefinger. Make sure the club fits under the heel of your left palm and your left little finger wraps around the grip to make the club remain steady at all times.
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