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The Review of Nike SasQuatch Sumo 4950 Driver

04th August 2011
When we first scheduled our Nike SasQuatch (SQ) review back we did not know Tiger Woods would have won the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool less than two weeks prior after pulling his SasQuatch Sumo 4950 Driver only once in competitive play. Only a f... Read >
Author: yukilee

The famous Callaway X-22 Irons

31st May 2011
Callaway golf clubs can be seen on every golf course, why these Callaway stars so famous and so easy to see? Phil Mickelson, Nicholas Thompson, James Nittes, Ernie Els, Mathew Goggin and Annika Sorenstam, all of them are the users of Callaway clubs. they ... Read >
Author: tingting

Most Famous Putters Part Two

30th July 2010
Most Famous Putters Part Two Number Four: Wilson 8802 Arnold Palmer made it famous, but one of the best putters of all time - Ben Crenshaw - elevated the Wilson 8802 to a special place in golf's history. Nicknamed "Little Ben," Crenshaw's 8802 ... Read >
Author: mygolfwholesale

Golf Tips on Hitting Solid Irons

04th July 2009
To improve iron play fast-and chop strokes off your golf handicap-look to your hands. It's hard to hit quality shots if you don't use your hands correctly. As a serious golfer looking to improve, you must learn what role your hands play in hitting iron sh... Read >
Author: Jack Moorehouse

What to Expect When Buying for the Masters Golf Tournament

01st April 2006
Welcome to Augusta, Georgia, Home of the Masters Golf Tournament. Augusta is a small city south of Atlanta whose residents fiercely guard their city's claim to fame. Every year, the first full week of April, the city becomes host to the Master's Golf Tour... Read >
Author: Amanda Gooch

Tiger Woods or Bobby Jones: Who's the Better Golfer?

31st August 2005
If you're a golfer, or even have a passing interest in the great sport of golfing -- a sport where you hit a little white ball with a club and try to get that small sphere into an equally tiny 4 and 1/4 inch cylinder in the ground -- then you undoubtedly ... Read >
Author: David Mark
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