Stay Warm and Dry with Mobile Warming Gear! The Taylor Vest from Mobile Warming Gear is a new addition to the 2015 collection. Equipped with Touch Button technology, you are able to adjust temperature settings quickly and easily between 4 different temperature levels. To start using the warmers, simply plug the rechargeable battery into the connecting wire in the vest's outside right pocket. From there, turn the battery on by holding the power button for 3-5 seconds; and adjust the temperature using the touch button on the outside of the vest below the right pocket. Each time you press the external temperature button, the temperature will adjust and the colored glow lite indicating that the warmers are turned on will change colors to visually show the selected warming level. No matter how cool or cold the weather, you'll be able to enjoy the game with the new Taylor Vest from Mobile Warming Gear. Touch Button technology Colored light within button indicating warming level Rechargeable battery 4 Power levels for warmers Full zip Adjust temperature settings Lifespan of 500+ charges with proper care and storage Battery Settings: 100% Power Setting - 135°F - Can be used 2.5 hours 75% Power Setting - 120°F - Can be used 3 hours 50% Power Setting - 105°F - Can be used 5 hours 25% Power Setting - 90°F - Can be used 10 hours Apparel Care Cleaning Instructions: Disconnect and remove the battery from the garment. Machine-wash on gentle or delicate cycle using warm water (water temperature below 50 degrees Fahrenheit) and a mild detergent. NOTE: Do not use bleach. Do not tumble dry, iron, or dry clean. Remove from washer and hang to air dry. NOTE: Do not wring out or twist the garment, this will damage the heating elements. Battery Care Usage: Recommended power setting of 50% is sufficient for indoor temperatures around 50-64 degrees Fahrenheit. For use outdoors in lower temperatures, setting the power to 75% to 100% is sufficient. It is not recommended to use the 100% power setting indoors for an extended amount of time because it may cause overheating and bodily discomfort. In extremely cold conditions where 100% power is needed, be aware the battery will lose power after 3 hours. It is highly recommended to purchase an extra battery for extreme cold conditions. Storage: Disconnect the battery pack from garment when not in use because even when it is turned off, the garment will continue to slowly drain power from the battery pack. It is important to maintain at least 25% of the battery's power when not in use. Failure to do so will result in performance problems and reduced battery life. Warning: Do not attempt to disassemble or alter battery. Do not allow battery or charger to come into contact with water or other liquids. If water or other liquids enter the battery interior, immediately unplug the battery from garment. Continued use of the product may result in fire or electrical shock. Do not expose battery to direct flame or heat, as the battery may explode. Recycle batteries in accordance with local regulations. [embed]http://youtu.be/awsn4mKdM6s[/embed]
Modern Muscle Technology is Here! This week, the Discount Golf World Pro examines the Nike Vapor Irons to highlight some of their key features. the Nike Vapor Pro Irons are positioned as the replacement for the traditional blade. These irons produce approximately 1.7 yards more distance and feature an MOI that is ten percent higher than the VR Pro Blades they replace. The main technological advantage provided by the Vapor Pro design is what Nike calls a “modern muscle.” This design incorporates tungsten plugs that significantly improve the CG location of the club by moving it closer to the center of the clubface. Unlike traditional blade designs, which feature a CG that’s closer to the hosel, the Vapor Pro and its modern muscle design provide the best results when the ball is struck in the middle of the clubface and produces improved results on shots struck off-center. The Nike Vapor Pro Combo Irons, which fit nicely between the Pro and the Speed, also utilize the modern muscle design to provide a combination of precision and ball speed. Like the Vapor Pro, the Pro Combo irons feature a CG closer to the center of the face, making them both more precise and more forgiving than past Pro Combo models. The Nike Vapor Speed Irons are aimed at players who want maximum distance and forgiveness, simply. Nike’s modern muscle design moves the CG closer to the center of the clubface and lower and deeper in the clubhead to provide a combination of this new CG location with very thin clubfaces and lighter, longer shafts. The result, high launching shots with maximum carry distance. Shop for the Nike Vapor Irons at Discount Golf World. [embed width="640" height="360"]http://youtu.be/5Pgv3ThsO1I[/embed]
Powered by Modern Muscle Technology Building a better iron starts with listening to the voice of the athlete. At The Oven, Nike's meticulous process of collecting insights and implementing feedback from the world's best athletes has been the driving force behind the development of the Vapor Iron family and Modern Muscle. "We had this idea, if we moved the CG towards the center of the face that it would have more impact and more mass right behind the golf ball. And it worked. I was able to hit that ball a little bit further, it came off more solid, and the amazing thing is the ball flew better." - Tiger Woods Modern Muscle technology is available in all three members of the Nike Vapor Iron Family - the Vapor Pro, Vapor Pro Combo and Vapor Speed. Because no matter what conventional wisdom might say, there's always better. Tiger's future irons, the Nike Vapor Pro Irons are positioned as the replacement for the traditional blade. These irons produce approximately 1.7 yards more distance and feature an MOI that is ten percent higher than the VR Pro Blades they replace. The main technological advantage provided by the Vapor Pro design is what Nike calls a "modern muscle." This design incorporates tungsten plugs that significantly improve the CG location of the club by moving it closer to the center of the clubface. Unlike traditional blade designs, which feature a CG that's closer to the hosel, the Vapor Pro and its modern muscle design provide the best results when the ball is struck in the middle of the clubface and produces improved results on shots struck off-center. The Nike Vapor Pro Combo Irons, which fit nicely between the Pro and the Speed, also utilize the modern muscle design to provide a combination of precision and ball speed. Like the Vapor Pro, the Pro Combo irons feature a CG closer to the center of the face, making them both more precise and more forgiving than past Pro Combo models. The Nike Vapor Speed Irons are aimed at players who want maximum distance and forgiveness, simply. Nike's modern muscle design moves the CG closer to the center of the clubface and lower and deeper in the clubhead to provide a combination of this new CG location with very thin clubfaces and lighter, longer shafts. The result, high launching shots with maximum carry distance. Check out all of the Vapor Irons at Discount Golf World.
Do you have any specials on cart bags? This week, the Discount Golf World Pro examines the Ogio Chamber Cart Bag to highlight some of its key features. The cart bag includes 14-full length dividers with a special Diamond Performance top that prevents your clubs from rattling into each other, a torque strap, and a zipperless ball pocket. Shop for the Ogio Chamber Cart Bag at Discount Golf World to save $110 off of the original retail price. Check out the video to learn more:
How do I know which golf ball is best for me? Discount Golf World Pro Kory is back at it again. This time he talks about choosing a golf ball while highlighting three different balls from Srixon. Important factors include spin, feel, your handicap as well as cost. Shop for Golf Balls at Discount Golf World. Check out the full video here:
Which putter is best for me? Well, according to Discount Golf World's pro Kory, it depends on your stroke. He highlights the Odyssey White Hot Pro as he discusses the important factors of shaft orientation (heel-shafted versus center-shafted) and weight distribution (toe-hang versus face-balanced). Check out the video for the full answer: Show DGW's full selection of putters!
I just got a new adjustable driver, how do I select the best loft setting? Discount Golf World Pro Kory highlights the TaylorMade SLDR Driver as he explains the benefits of adjusting the loft setting and weight distribution of your driver. It may take a few rounds of experimentation to work out what is best for your swing, but you should gain a few more yards off the tees and hit a few more fairways. Check out DGW's drivers at http://bit.ly/loftup See the video:
Which wedge is right for my game? We get variations of this question frequently. Our in-house golf pro is here to help you choose the right wedge bounce. If you need further assistance, do not hesitate to contact us. Discount Golf World: There is nothing in golf we don't do! Shop our Wedges: http://bit.ly/FTF-Wedge-Bounce See the video:
Patrick Reed was struggling. By the end of April 2013, he’d entered 13 PGA Tour events and had missed the cut eight times. Save for a 7th place finish at Pebble beach in February, his first full season on Tour was horrific. In fact, from mid-march through the end of April, Reed had missed the cut in 5 of 6 tournaments and finished t71st—almost dead last--in the only event in which he’d managed to play the weekend. With the truncated 2013 season half over, Reed made the switch to Callaway in May. Since then, he’s missed only one cut and garnered 4 top ten finishes, including his first ever victory at the Wyndham Championship, and earned over $1.6 million and enough FedEx Cup points to begin the playoffs at number 22 in total points earned. Reed’s change to Callaway in May resulted in stellar play ever since, and in July he added the new FT Optiforce 440 Driver and Mack Daddy 2 Wedges to his bag. Entering the FedEx Cup playoffs, he’s one of the tour’s hottest players with top tens in his last three starts. In winning the Wyndham Championship, Reed was 1st in Greens in Regulation, 5th in putting and 11th in driving distance. We can’t tell you definitively that Reed’s game turned the corner with Callaway, but the stats don’t lie…and they would indicate the equipment change propelled his season in a new—and highly lucrative—direction. Here’s Patrick Reeds Bag; DRIVER: Callaway FT Optiforce 440 (9.5 degree) with an Aldila Rogue shaft IRONS: Callaway X Forged (2-iron bent to 15 degree, 2- and 4-irons) and Callaway Razr X MB (5-PW) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts WEDGES: Callaway Mack Daddy 2 (50, 56 and 60 degree) with True Temper Dynamic Gold shafts PUTTER: Odyssey White Hot Pro #3 BALL: Callaway Hex Chrome+ You'll find Patrick Reed's Callaway equipment and much more at DGW.
Jim Furyk attributes his first round lead at the 2013 PGA Championship to his improved putting and his driving accuracy. Furyk needed just 29 putts, including a 40 foot bomb, en route to his first round of 5 under par 65 at Oak Hill Country Club, site of the year’s final major. Furyk made six birdies on the day against a lone bogey on his final hole. His 65 leaves him tied at the top of the leader board with Adam Scott. Furyk used an Odyssey Versa No. 1 Wide Putter to fashion his best opening round at a major since 2009. Critical to his success on the greens was his play from the tee. Oak Hill is brutal on the best of days, and next to impossible if you’re playing from the rough. Furyk featured the new Callaway FT Optiforce 440 Driver to “hit a bunch of fairways,” which led to hitting 15 greens in regulation. That, in turn, offered an abundance of birdie opportunities. You’ll want to watch all the action today from Oak Hill Country Club, and while you’re at it, you can check out Furyk’s FT Optiforce Driver and Odyssey Versa No. 1 Wide Putter at DGW.