Equipment

The simple nature of a wedge might lead one to believe that improving the design is like reengineering the spoon. Any enhancements would seem to be at best subtle, microscopic and borderline cosmetic, and generally reserved for those looking for the proper implement with which to consume their daily caviar intake. More importantly when it
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Fitters across the country have employed detailed methods that involve social distancing, hand sanitizers and almost constant club wipedowns. But it’s the latter aspect that got one of golf’s most innovative clubfitters thinking about a better way. Wondering if wiping down grips is the most efficient—and least damaging—method for keeping clubs free of any possible
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If you’ve finally started playing golf, then you almost surely have started to feel those familiar pangs golfers know just as surely as they know the way to their course. No, we’re not talking about back pain or golfer’s elbow, we’re talking about the natural yearning for new clubs that hits at the start of
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Golf club technology is constantly progressing. So much so, it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with the latest equipment. We compiled a quick rundown of equipment on the market right now that can help you improve your game. Whether you’re looking at buying your first set of clubs, or you have a standing monthly appointment
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To say golf is more entwined with its equipment innovations than other sports isn’t opinion. It’s numbers. During the past 40 years, of the tens of thousands of patents granted in sports, golf ideas have numbered twice as many as those for football, baseball, basketball, hockey, tennis, swimming, bowling, soccer, lacrosse and skiing combined. Feverishly
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The Tour Edge Exotics EXS Pro collection is what company founder and chief designer David Glod likes to call “small batch.” Just like with last week’s metalwood introduction, that terminology applies to the exclusive nature of the EXS Pro iron and wedge lines, too, which got their inspiration from the company’s list of endorsers on
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The Wilson Staff Model ball, built with tour-player input, is not surprisingly a multilayer urethane cover design, the preferred construction for balls played by professional golfers. But its construction is built on a firmer foundation, a departure from Wilson’s lineup of largely lower compression, softer models. The reason is simple, said said Frank Simonutti, Wilson’s
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