Author: Jeane Derouen

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Hybrid Golf Clubs Explained

Hybrid Golf Clubs Explained By definition, a hybrid is “a thing made by combining two different elements.” In golf, those two elements combined to create a golf club with the best playability characteristics of...

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Company History: Callaway Golf

The History of Callaway Golf The buzzword in today’s business world is “disruptor.” Investors are all on the lookout for the next idea that will revolutionize an otherwise business-as-usual industry. The founder of Callaway...

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The Importance of Golf Alignment

You’ve worked hard to master the fundamentals of golf. The correct grip has become automatic. You take a moment to insure proper posture before each swing. You pay attention to ball position. Settling into...

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Company History: Titleist

Until Coburn Haskell and Bertram Work showed up on the golf scene in 1889, the game had been played for the better part of 400 years with balls fashioned from boiled goose feathers stuffed...

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Golf Shafts – Fitting and Flex Explained

One of the most common things heard from touring professionals about the mistakes they see amateurs making is that the average golfers are not playing the right golf clubs for their games. When pros...

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Wedge Grind and Bounce Explained

In an average round, a PGA Tour professional will hit about 12 greens. That leaves plenty of work for the short game. Depending on that week’s course a pro will carry three or four...