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McEwen Reviews It: The 2019 Chicago Golf Show

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While the PGA Show in Orlando is meant for golf professionals and members of the media, the Chicago Golf Show is a show for the people. For the cost of admission you get a free round of golf, discounts on other rounds of golf or golf trips, a free lesson, and equipment available for testing. One of the other differences …

My First PGA TOUR Tournament by Kris McEwen

My First PGA TOUR Tournament by Kris McEwen

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I watch a lot of golf on television. I mean, a lot, of golf.  I have also attended quite a few live sporting events, be it basketball, baseball, football, or hockey.  But until this week, I had never attended a live golf event. I was lucky enough to land some tickets to the BMW Championship at Conway Farms this year. …

PowerBilt AFO Driver Review Golficity

PowerBilt AFO Driver Review

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The name PowerBilt may not mean much to Tiger Woods era golfers, but those that played the game prior to his arrival probably know the name quite well.  Back in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, PowerBilt Citation Persimmon Woods were carried by professionals throughout the PGA.  PowerBilt clubs were in the bags of 120 PGA TOUR victories, including eight major …

Things to Make Putting Enjoyable

Make Putting More Enjoyable. By a Former Hater of Putting

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It’s one of the things we practice the least.  And one of the biggest impacts to a golf game if done well. Ask the Open Champion, Zach Johnson, how important putting was during that four-hole playoff.  Better yet, ask the two guys that didn’t win.  Mark Leishman three-putted his way out of contention and Louis Oosthuizen missed putts on 17 …

Demystifying Golf Club Bounce and Grind

Demystifying Golf Club Bounce and Grind

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If you watch as much golf as I do, which some would describe as “too much,” and to which I would reply, “impossible,” you likely hear a bit of talk regarding club “bounce” and/or “grind.”  Unfortunately, the majority of golf commentators only seem to offer such in-depth analysis as, “He really used the bounce well there.”  Thanks, guy. That tells …