Category: Golf

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Guide to Regripping Golf Clubs

In the modern high-tech golf landscape, it is easy to be overwhelmed by the barrage of new weaponry coming into the marketplace. But instead of sifting through all the information available on space-age metals...

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Company History: Cobra Golf

Before 1938 when the golfing powers-that-be decided that players could carry no more than 14 clubs, there were scores of different golf clubs each designed to do something different to the golf ball. Golfers...

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Company History: Wilson Golf

The last time a player reached into the hole and pulled out a Wilson golf ball after winning a major title was Padraig Harrington at Oakland Hills in the 2008 PGA Championship. In fact,...

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Company History: Volvik Golf

When Volvik was founded in 1980, the company became the dominant supplier of golf balls in its home country of South Korea. There, they developed their reputation of distributing inexpensive golf balls, and they...

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Guide to Draw and Fade Golf Shots

The hardest shot to hit in golf is a straight ball. To produce a perfectly straight shot, the club must be swung exactly down the line of flight towards the target, and the club...

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Company History: Srixon Golf

Ian Fleming gained fame as the creator of the post-World War II spy with a license to kill, James Bond. The spymaster died in 1964, but his iconic character has lived on for more...

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The Invention of Golf: Who, Where and When?

Do you know who invented golf? If not, you’re not alone – no one does for sure. Ancient Romans playing controlled fades around Corinthian columns. Chinese hackers practicing chip shots off the Great Wall...

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Company History: Bridgestone Golf

When modern golf balls began being constructed with yards of rubber bands on the inside, the world’s largest rubber manufacturers – tire makers – quickly got into the game. Goodrich, Goodyear, Firestone, Dunlop, and...

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What are “Tour” Golf Balls?

“Drive for show, putt for dough” may be the most time-worn old saying in golf. It also might be the truest, especially when choosing a golf ball to play. The relentless push of technology...