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Get Your New Titleist 913D Driver Today

The day for delivery of the much anticipated Titleist 913 Driver draws near. Titleist begins shipping the new 913s today, November 1, 2012.. If you haven’t ordered yours, you’ll want to. Trust me when I say that this. The 913s are far and away the best Titleist driver made to date. Read the rest of this entry »

TaylorMade RocketBladez Innovation: It’s Real and It’s Here

For weeks golf geeks everywhere have been speculating about TaylorMade’s teaser ad featuring Sergio Garcia and a tag line suggesting he was about to get “freakishly longer.” Today, TaylorMade released its “secret” to the public with the announcement of the new RocketBladez Irons. TaylorMade says this new design is a “once-in-a-lifetime innovation that revolutionizes iron performance.” Read the rest of this entry »

Play Golf All Year With New Nike Outerwear

Fall is here, and for those who live in a four season climate, or in a place where the temperatures fluctuate greatly, that means some of the best golfing weather of the year. Cool, sunny days and firm, fast conditions make for great golf. There was a day when most of us would hang up our clubs following Labor Day and not play again until late March or early April. The reason we used to quit when the weather turned? There was no such thing as cold weather apparel–at least for the golfer. Anyone who played cool or cold weather golf back in the day knows that the clothing was simply not conducive to enjoying a round. Heavy, bulky sweaters and jackets made swinging a golf club a chore. A lack of wind-resistant fabric allowed the wind to cut through even heavy wool sweaters, dissipating the warmth offered by all those layers.   Today, golfers are fortunate to have lightweight, warm, breathable and wind resistant fabrics that make golfing in cooler, and even cold temperatures a much more enjoyable pastime. Consequently, there is no longer any reason to hang up the clubs for the winter. Nike Golf wants you to keep playing golf–all year long. Read the rest of this entry »

Game Improvement Irons From Mizuno–Who Knew?

If you’re a golfer grown accustomed to the forgiving nature of perimeter-weighted cast irons, Mizuno has something truly new for you. Yes, that’s right; I said Mizuno. The company best known for its pure blades and muscle-back “player’s” irons has upped their game, and quite possibly yours, with the introduction of four new iron sets. Read the rest of this entry »

Get Longer For Less: The New TaylorMade RocketBallz Bonded Driver Review

If you’re like me, you may have been intrigued when you learned TaylorMade was introducing another model in the line of RocketBallz drivers. The latest offering is called the

Let’s (Not) Talk About the Ryder Cup

When my son was a young boy, he was an avid fan of the Kansas City Chiefs and the Chicago Bears. We would typically attend one Chiefs game each year at Arrowhead Stadium, and my son, having experienced the spectacle that can be a Chiefs home g purchase cialis online uk ame, became particularly rabid in his love of Kansas City. He dressed in a Chiefs uniform for Halloween, and would wear the helmet during each Kansas City telecast.   As any Chiefs fan will attest, it can be a frustrating experience, as the Chiefs have a history of great pre-season expectation followed by erratic performance during the season itself. I recall one particular Sunday when the Chiefs were involved in a close, back-and-forth game with their hated rivals, the Los Angeles Raiders. The Chiefs had numerous opportunities during the fourth quarter to take the lead, but seemed to self destruct during each offensive series. My then eight-year old son, seated on the couch with helmet securely strapped to his head, would jump up whenever a play went awry, the offense stalled, or the officials made a questionable call, and yell at the offending player or official. Of course, to his eight year old fanatically loyal mind, any call against the Chiefs was an abomination and an insult to right thinking people of sight everywhere who could clearly observe that “THAT WAS NOT HOLDING!” Read the rest of this entry »

The 2012 Ryder Cup (Un)Official Team Bios

The Ryder Cup began today with the first group of foursomes teeing off at 7:20 a.m. In the week or so just ended, the golf press has been filled with speculation about pairings and debate over which team is the stronger of the two. That specul buy cialis without prescription ation and debate attempts to divine meaning from statistics, historical Cup performance and course set-up in order to predict the winner. Inevitably too, the lead up to The Cup included the biannually-regurgitated theory that the reason the Euros have won so many of the recent Ryder Cups past is because of their camaraderie and team unity.   While all that is of interest to Ryder Cup fans and golf junkies like me, in the end I really don’t care. I don’t care because the Ryder Cup always seems to come down to putting. The team that putts best wins. And why wouldn’t that be the case? The 24 golfers assembled at Medinah Country Club are among the best in the world, featuring 9 of the top 10 and 17 of the top 20. The second worst Official World Ranking among all 24 is Martin Kaymer, a Major champion and former world #1. So you’ll forgive me when I place little credence in speculation about team unity, desire and other nebulous concepts, particularly the stuff about ball-striking. While there’s a difference even among these guys in pure ball-striking ability—give me Tiger or Rory any day versus Ian Poulter in that category—such, as we might note from Tiger’s 13-14-2 Cup record versus Poulter’s of 8-3-0, doesn’t necessarily translate to Ryder Cup success. Read the rest of this entry »

I’m a Sned Head™

I imagine Lee Westwood woke up this morning in a rather bad mood, having just finished dead last at the Tour Championship that concluded yesterday. The Ryder Cup is this week, and Westwood can’t be encouraged by his 15 over par performance a cialis buy online t East Lake during the PGA Tour finale. I would like to think his mood improved somewhat when he remembered that he made $128,000.00 for his efforts and a $500,000.00 FedExCup bonus for finishing tenth in the final Cup standings. I don’t know about you, but I’d be hard pressed to find anything wrong in my world on any Monday that found me $628,000.00 richer. Read the rest of this entry »

Play Well or Stay Home: Ryder Cup Decisions Hinge on Deutsche Bank

Jose Maria Olazabal finalized the European Ryder Cup team Monday by announcing Ian Poulter and Nicolas Colsaerts as his two Captain’s picks. In the end, there was no drama regarding these picks, and no real choice to be made, as both Poulter order viagra and Colsearts were obvious. It couldn’t have been easier for Olazabal.   In contrast, US Captain Davis Love might be feeling a bit confused this week. Thanks to the rule changes made by the PGA at the request of Paul Azinger when he captained the squad in 2008, Love has until September 4, the day after the Deutsche Bank Championship concludes, to select not just two but four Captain’s picks to add to his team of eight already qualified via points. The idea was to give additional picks, and additional time, so the US Captain could load up on hot players going into the Cup. That was a great idea, but it has to be making Love lose just a bit of sleep–at least it should. Read the rest of this entry »

Ryder Cup Decision Time For The Euros

There was great news this week for fans of the Ryder Cup, scheduled to begin September 25, 2012. Sergio Garcia, with his win at the Wyndham championship, locked up his spot on the European squad. That’s not great news for fans of team USA necessarily, particularly coming on the heels of Ian Poulter’s finish at the PGA. Both Sergio and Poulter will in all likelihood be playing for the European team and both clearly love and excel at that event.   Sergio missed making the team in 2010, but such was his desire to be involved that he agreed to serve as an assistant, a position usually reserved for a veteran, past his prime. I don’t know about you, but I missed Garcia at the Ryder Cup. Whether you love him, or love to hate him, it’s always been clear that Sergio cares passionately about the Ryder Cup. So in 2012, a year when he made some curious comments that sounded suspiciously as if he’d given up trying, it’s good to see that the Ryder Cup at least continues to stoke his competitive desire. I think he will be formidable. Read the rest of this entry »
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