Rob Altomonte on May 28th, 2010

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Jeff Summitt on May 24th, 2010

Best Selling Wedges Now In Stock If you are a player at the highest level and compete when the Condition of Competition is enforced, then you need irons (25º or more) and wedges with the new conforming grooves.  Well, look no further as the new Acer XB wedges are equipped with semi-U grooves (not V-grooves) […]

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Jeff Summitt on May 18th, 2010

Are heavier graphite shafts for me? Lighter means you can automatically swing a club faster, right?  Well, not so fast my friend, you might actually swing a heavier club faster.  Before I will explain, let’s first breakdown the overall weight of a golf club, which consists of the sum total of the head, shaft and […]

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Jeff Summitt on May 10th, 2010

Why Does Titanium Outperform Steel? Monstrous distance is the first thing a golfer will think about when they hear of titanium being used in a golf club. It may not come as any surprise that today’s golfers are hitting the ball farther than before the pre-titanium revolution.  However, that is not exactly why titanium was […]

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Jeff Summitt on May 3rd, 2010

Have you hit your 7-wood lately? I speak to a lot of customers on a daily basis, most of which are looking on advice on what clubs they should use.  If you fit customers, you should follow my example by listening carefully to what your customer needs because each golfer has certain preferences or like […]

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