Rob Altomonte on July 31st, 2012

New Tour Edge Xrail Fairway Woods A Fairway Wood That Takes Playability, Versatility and Forgiveness to a New Level The easy-going performance of the Xrail can be credited to its wider v-sole that guides the clubface into a square position at impact. Placing 15% more weight in the heel and toe areas than its predecessor, […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 30th, 2012

It’s back by popular demand. We are talking about the Grafalloy BiMatrx Tour Prototype which is now available in six custom color options: Pink, Black, Neon Orange, White, Lime Green and Neon Blue. If you are not familiar with the BiMatrx Tour Prototype it is an ultralight graphite body joined together with a steel tip […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 30th, 2012

Check out Hireko Golf’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt discusses the finer points of epoxy and clubbuilding.

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Rob Altomonte on July 24th, 2012

Introducing the New Adams Golf Speedline Tech UL Driver 6G Aerodynamics. FASTfit Adjustability. 3DS Face Technology. Get 11 More Yards Distance and 54% Better Accuracy. Introducing the new Adams Golf Speedline Tech UL Driver The Adams Speedline Tech UL Driver is Adams’ most advanced driver ever. Only 310g, fully assembled with Speedline airfoil technology and […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 23rd, 2012

Check out Hireko Golf’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt discussing driver loft and how it affects your game.

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One of the very good questions I receive is in regards to the suggested playing length of the Acer XF Thriver versus that of a 3 wood.  Both the XF Thriver and the matching XF 3 wood have a spec weight of 210g but the recommended playing length is a 1” difference.  This begs to […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 23rd, 2012

After the heart-wrenching loss by Adam Scott over the weekend, I hope the USGA paid attention and sees that a putter anchored to the body does not give a competitive advantage. Long putters have been around far longer than oversized titanium drivers, hybrids, cavity back irons, rangefinder, etc. all of which provide more of an […]

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Rob Altomonte on July 17th, 2012

These soft, tacky grips have a uniquely distinct feel. The ST1 features an embossed pattern providing traction in strategic areas and enhanced control. ST1 belly putter grip is 21 inches long. Pre-Order Now! Arriving End of July, 2012. UST-Mamiya ST1 Belly Putter Grip $14.99 ea.

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The new Aldila RIP Phenom incorporates Aldila’s Tour proven RIP Technology with a unique shaft design to create a new and innovative flex profile for maximum distance and control. We call this Hyberbolic Flex Technology. It features a stiff tip section for optimal launch and spin control with a very firm butt section for an […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 16th, 2012

Due to the popularity of belly putters, Hireko has added another option to the fold. It is actually a modified version of the Bionik 207 we brought earlier this year. The new belly version shares several similarities such as the bold alignment lines and dots atop of the crown for alignment, the milled aluminum insert […]

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