Cleveland RTX-4 Wedge Review

Do Your Short Game a Favor with the RTX-4s

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When talking about wedges, Cleveland Golf is one of the names that immediately comes to mind.  And that’s not surprising when you consider Cleveland is armed with one of the most well-known short game specialist—Dave Pelz—along with its stable of Tour players, including Hideki Matsuyama and Keegan Bradley. A post shared by Cleveland Golf (@clevelandgolf) on Aug 14, 2018 at …

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Stand Out and Be Different with Waggle Golf Apparel

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I don’t like to generalize, but (generally speaking) golf clothes are super conservative.  I mean, until Rickie Fowler hit the Tour, the “loudest” golf clothing you’d see were colored polo shirts with stripes. A post shared by Stymie Golf Supply (@stymiegolfsupply) on Sep 24, 2018 at 6:07am PDT But now, everybody does stripes…  So how do you stand out when …

The Gold Standard for Rangefinders: Nikon’s COOLSHOT PRO STABILIZED

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I recently posted a poll in the Golficity Facebook Group asking, excluding cell phones, would you rather be armed with a Golf GPS system or a Rangefinder.   While each has their pro’s and con’s, people preferred rangefinders nearly 2-to-1 over a GPS.  So therein lies the problem: which rangefinder do you go with? Further complicating that question is the …

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Can a Different Putter Shaft Improve Your Putting?

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You may or may not know the name Barney Adams. At the very least, if you’re a golfer, maybe you recognize the last name “Adams”. That’s “Adams” as in Adams Golf. That’s “Adams” as in the Adams Tight Lies fairway wood. Yeah, it’s that Adams. Barney Adams, the 1999 Manufacturing Entrepreneur of the Year, is back at it again, challenging the …

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Bridgestone Golf Launches the TOUR B ADF All-In-One Set

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Fellow golfers! Gone are the days of being forced to buy some generic, off-brand all-in-one set of golf clubs and stand-bag! Bridgestone Golf has designed and released a full set of clubs, from driver to wedges (including two driving irons), a stand bag, and a custom Bag Boy T-10 Travel Case as an all-in-one package. “Not only have we optimized …

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OptiShot BallFlight – The Next Evolution in Home Simulators

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OptiShot has been around for while.  Almost everyone is familiar with the OptiShot2 simulator, which uses high-speed 48MHz infrared sensors to measures the club head and, with the help of some magic/science, calculates your ball flight. And for only $300, you can have you our own home simulator and play some fantasy golf courses that might be loosely based on some noteworthy …

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Snell MTB Red & Black: Tour Quality Without Tour Costs

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It’s no secret that the Titleist ProV1 is the gold standard for golf balls.  That said, ProV1s are a bit on the pricey side: approximately $50 a dozen. And there’s nothing wrong with that, but $50 for a dozen balls can add up pretty quickly. As a result, some smaller-market brands have broken into the once impregnable golf ball marketplace by offering tour-quality golf …

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FIRST LOOK: Ben Hogan Releases Ft. Worth BLACK Irons

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Ben Hogan Golf continues its re-emergence into the golf equipment world with the introduction of their new Ft. Worth BLACK irons. The new irons are designed for the higher level of golfer and are introducing new features and improvements like the Diamond Black Metal (DBM) coating, optimization of their Dynamic Progressive Weighting system, and modification of the V-Sole design. Their patented …

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Give Love to the Little Brands

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Nothing screams “validation” for the big OEMs like wins on the PGA TOUR.  And whether you agree or disagree, it’s hard to argue when golf enthusiasts make a big deal over Tiger Woods signing deals with TaylorMade and Bridgestone Golf or when a [Insert OEM Company Name] staffer wins the [Insert PGA Event]. But something interesting caught my attention with …