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Taylormade R9 Fairway wood designed by FCT

14th February 2011
Another great looking addition to the golf club market is the 2009 TaylorMade R9 Fairway Wood. Along with some nice looks the R9 Wood range is fitted with Flight Control Technology, allowing golfers to change the face angle, loft and lie. The new R9 and R... Read >
Author: golfdiscountsale

The TaylorMade Burner Rescue hybrid utility clubs review

01st February 2011
The TaylorMade Burner Rescue hybrid utility clubs feature a substantial steel club head that's 7% larger than TaylorMade's Rescue Dual hybrid with a 13% bigger footprint. That promotes a high MOI for terrific forgiveness and long, straight results on off-... Read >
Author: golfdiscountsale

Monorail Sole Designed Nike Sasquatch Fairway Wood

27th January 2011
The Nike Sasquatch Fairway Wood features Monorail Sole Design which cuts through all types of lies. Weight has been added to the perimeter of the Power Bow to move the center of gravity back and offer a higher MOI. A new steel face provides a larger and h... Read >
Author: golfdiscountsale

Ping Rapture Iron Set vs Ping G10 Iron Set

26th January 2011
This new wrap style grip utilizes a soft rubber compound for enhanced feel, similar to the 703 grip. Fine satin finish gives the Rapture Iron a deep, rich look while providing exceptional durability. The "polished" back weight and graphics badge add to th... Read >
Author: delia

Mizuno JPX E500 Iron Set's Review

11th January 2011
Today I will talk about the Mizuno JPX E500 Iron Set . It comes as a 5-PW set standard with Nippon NS Pro 950GH. Mizuno HT Graphite shafts and addional clubs are availabe at an extra cost. The UDS technology enhances stability and maximizes the energy ... Read >
Author: delia

Do You Like TaylorMade R7 XR Driver?

29th December 2010
Whether you are looking for a good golf clubs? Today, I will recommend you a club. It is one of the rarest drivers in the US--- TaylorMade R7 XR Driver.This is a Japan only release and is considered by TaylorMade Japan to be their "Super Premium" driver. ... Read >
Author: delia

Excellent TourStage BridgeStone ViQ Irons

28th December 2010
Tourstage introduces its all new Bridgestone ViQ irons for 2010. Completely redesigned and packed with technology, the new TourStage Bridgestone ViQ is aimed at the average golfer looking for max distance performance and forgiveness in a mid to larger siz... Read >
Author: golfdiscountsale

Review On Callaway Warbird Irons

19th December 2010
In my eyes, Callaway Warbird Irons combine many of the same patented Callaway Golf core technologies used in earlier X-Series models with a traditional head shape, size and high polish finish. A deep 360-degree undercut channel moves weight to be moved to... Read >
Author: delia

Taylormade R9 Driver Instructions How to Configure the FCT and MWT Settings

08th December 2010
Taylormade Golf has combined two of their best customization features, FCT and MWT, into one golf club. First we’ll give basic definitions of each with detailed instructions to follow. There are four main FCT (Flight Control Technology) options, N, ... Read >
Author: Joe

Belt and buckle bling

03rd December 2010
One of the best tips we can get from a PGA pro is to swing the golf club in a way that your belt buckle ends up pointing at the target in generating a proper hip turn. Watch any Tour pro and notice how they finish their swing balance with the buckle facin... Read >
Author: delia

Asian Fashion blockbuster match color imagination blooming like flower

02nd December 2010
[Guide language] In the autumn that less lightsome, how to break out of Japanese fashion dress trap, and no longer be surrounded by black, white and grey? Quickly take out palette of Paul Gauguin, Frida and Picasso, sprinkling you color match imagination.... Read >
Author: fashionboy

Some Points You should Consider before Buying Golf Clubs

05th October 2010
A common myth is that the higher the price of a club, the better your game will be: "This club cost me $799.00, I must be playing great now!". Just think about it, are drivers really worth $600 to $1000 and iron sets $1500 to $3,000? The big manufacturers... Read >
Author: golfclubs88

Things to Know Before Buying a Color Sorter

17th September 2010
A color sorter comes handy in food processing units and export firms. Dehydrated vegetables, discolored grains of rice, wheat or pulses can be sorted quickly with these automatic machines. In grain processing mills, color sorter can be effectively used to... Read >
Author: robin singh

Ping K15 Driver VS Ping G15 Driver

15th September 2010
Ping K15 Driver VS Ping G15 Driver Ping K15 Driver The Ping K15 Driver has an elongated head design that combines with an external weight pad to position the center of gravity for higher launching and longer carry drives. It is engineered wi... Read >
Author: mygolfwholesale

The Benefits of using Hand weights for Fitness Strength Training

09th September 2010
People who happen to be aware with regards to the present information in the fitness strength training community, they may well have learned that dumbbells are really crucial. Certainly, weights, hand weights and workout weights aren't new at all to the h... Read >
Author: Nolan Sharp
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