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Just saw the wreaths and holly at an airline counter, so the retail establishment can’t be far behind. And while it may seem early, we all know how holiday shopping time can just evaporate.
Titleist has updated its popular AP iron models. The multi-material irons, both dual cavity designs, will incorporate more tuned-in feel features, Titleist says.
In an industry where buzz means so much, equipment companies are becoming more aggressive with product introductions.
A putt that doesn’t hop, skip, jump and otherwise annoy on the way to the hole? That would be utopian.
FootJoy has been busily remaking its golf shoe line, moving on from the lamentable but necessary closing of its Classics operation in Brockton, Mass.
If you could condense the story of modern premium irons to one phrase, it would be this: classic shapes jammed with technology.
Data from 40,000-plus fittings has convinced the ball barons at Bridgestone Golf that more golfers a
The PGA Tour has entered its Fall Series, a time when many players will be testing new equipment in anticipation of the 2010 season.
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