How Have the PXG Pros Been Doing?

Kris McEwen Equipment, Players Leave a Comment

Yesterday, PXG and Charl Schwartzel announced a new endorsement deal heading into the Open Championship. I’m pleased and proud to announce Charl Schwartzel has joined Team @PXG & will be playing PXG equipment in The Open! — Bob Parsons (@DrBobParsons) July 12, 2016 The mid-season move was a surprise to many, especially since the long-time Nike guy had already won …

The USGA Being Compared to SNL

The USGA Being Compared to SNL

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You know it is getting bad when people start comparing the USGA to Saturday Night Live.  Granted, part of it is because the President of the USGA got the winners name wrong, not once but twice in the Trophy Presentation, but because of another rules situation brought on by high definition video during the play-off at the US Women’s Open. …


Fantasy Golf Picks, Odds & Predictions – The Open Championship 2016

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  Fantasy Golf Picks, Odds, and Predictions for The Open Championship The Open Championship 2016 Fantasy Preview Welcome back!  We have some exciting news for our Premium Members this week.  We have officially launched our Key Fantasy Stats tool that allows you to sort and rank only the players in this week’s field in important fantasy stats like Greens in Regulation, Strokes Gained Putting, …

DIY Home Golf Driving Range Build Instructions

How to Build Your Own Home Driving Range

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Chances are you’ve already read our uber-popular article on how to build a home golf simulator for under $2,000, but now the weather is finally warming up and it’s time to move your practice sessions outdoors once again! Sure, when the weather is nice, ideally we’d all be out on the course improving our game one swing at a time. …

Arccos Driver Tracking System Review

Hands-On Review of the New Arccos Driver Tracking System

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In a previous article, I recalled an interesting perspective from a former swing coach.  He would preach his strong belief that great golfers fall into one of two categories:  “Smart players” (those who can think their way around the course) and, for the sake of diplomacy, let’s call the second group “optimistic golfers”—the players who don’t need no stinkin’ warm ups; …