You can count on it that Abacus will continue to make an impact in the golf apparel market of the United States. Based out of Sweden and well known among Europeans, Abacus is the golf pearl of the apple coast. Abacus golf apparel is known for its function, comfort, modern look, and on-or-off the course versatility.... Read More...
Callaway is known for their cutting edge technology as they need to meet the demands of the best players in the world. For a classy look on the fairway or around the resort, pair khaki pants and a slate blue shirt with brown accessories.... Read More...
Having trouble getting it up? You won’t when you’re hitting the ball with Tour Edge’s newest fairway wood – The Exotics Trilogy Rail Fairway Wood is, by far, the easiest-to-hit fairway wood ever introduced.
Christmas Tees – What better way for a golfer to say Ho Ho Ho? A small price can make a big statement on a tiny tree in the golfer’s office or in a traveling family’s hotel room or especially on the big main tree anywhere. So economical, you can tie them to the package bows. This was a dad’s idea crafted for friends and turned into a little family business. Order them at www.foretheloveofgolf.com.
The Rope It offers the most realistic full swing shot you can achieve in your own backyard. Hitting nets are expensive and annoying, while practice balls don’t feel real. You could even argue that The Rope It offers a better experience than a hitting net because of the visual response of the balls flight. As a golfer using The Rope It you can tell if you push or pull your shot, skull or hit it fat, and there is even some feedback on slices and hooks. Setup of this Gimmie Featured Product takes less than a minute. Better yet, The Rope It is so light and compact that it can be taken anywhere. For example, the golf course that doesn’t have a driving range as a warm up tool.
Let me preface this by saying that by no means am I a "gear freak" or know about all of the ins and outs of golf ball manufacturing and technology. But I know enough to feel the difference between a Pinnacle and an NXT and I'd even go as far to say that I can tell a difference between an NXT Tour and a ProV1.
There’s a story making the rounds the sales of wedges with “square or box” grooves have been strong in anticipation of the imposition of the new rule from the United States Golf Association. In essence the rule, which is already being adhered to by all the professional tours, says pros may not play irons (those with more loft than a five-iron) that have box grooves because they give too much control to iron shots especially hitting from the rough.