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2019 Titleist Pro V1 & Pro V1x Now Available in High Optic Yellow

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With its 17% thinner cover, larger casing layer, and faster core, both the 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x have been making a lot of noise so far this year.  And today Titleist hit us with another exciting announcement…both balls will be available in High Optic Yellow beginning March 15th. Hello. YELLOW. 👀 pic.twitter.com/XU5bE4QS7g — Golficity (@Golficity) March 12, 2019 …

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Could These New Forged Options be the Ultimate Vokey Wedge?

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Vokeys are one of the most-well known and reputable wedge manufacturers on the market.  As a result, it’s no surprise that you can commonly find their newest iteration in the hands of some of the best golfers, including those who aren’t even under contract.  Just ask 3-time Major winner and defending PGA Championship and back-to-back U.S. Open winner Brooks Koepka …

2019 DEMO DAY

Equipment OVERLOAD: Our Experience at 2019 PGA Demo Day

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We had a 1:48pm tee time at Hawk’s Landing and the Demo Day doors opened at 8am.  We still needed a pre-round lunch, so we  only had four hours to get through our first Demo Day experience.  A full 360 degree lap equals a mile and with all of the pitstops at the various booths to get your hands on …

WITB 2018: The Golf Podcast Co-Host Mike Fasano

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‘Wow’ is probably the best word to describe the 2018 golf season. I started out with a 5+ year old set of TaylorMade Burner 2.0 irons and a mixed-bag of many other brands/clubs before making an epic equipment upgrade pretty much everywhere. Remember my tweet right before the Arnold Palmer Invitational Pro-Am at Bay Hill? Quick WITB for #API #proam …

Charles Howell III wins with Titleist Clubs and Balls

Charles Howell III Wins RSM Classic with New Titleist Gear

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Charles Howell III ended an 11-year victory drought after nailing a 15 foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to win the RSM Classic.  And while the victory represents a huge accomplishment by itself, particularly because Howell will take the FedExCup lead into the New Year, it’s even more interesting in light of the fact that Howell showed up …