April 2008

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Now Playing: Heavy Putter Goes Deep Like an Oscar-winning movie, Boccieri Golf’s newest line of putters isn’t afraid to call itself heavy and deep. But golfers who use them won’t be sobbing into their playing partners’ shoulders anytime soon. (Although they may get an unexpected workout in the process.) Steve Boccieri first introduced his Heavy Read more…

May 2008

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Now Playing: Cleveland VP Milled When it comes to putting, nothing beats solid fundamentals. However, in the past, many putters weren’t designed to help golfers achieve a proper setup. All that changed late last year when Cleveland introduced their VP series. Utilizing something Cleveland calls “Dual Axis Alignment,” the VP helps golfers set up to Read more…

February-March 2008

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Now Playing: Sight Lines Adaptability is all the rage in golf these days, which is something Bruce Sizemore, Jr., Chief Designer and Cofounder of the Sizemore Collection, understands. His XM putters ($349) feature interchangeable alignment aids (both parallel and perpendicular optical alignments) so golfers can choose an aid that fits their eye. Sizemore’s putters also Read more…

November-December 2007

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Now Playing: Cleveland VP Putters When it comes to putting, nothing is more important than proper alignment. If you’re misaligned, your likelihood of sinking a putt greatly diminishes, no matter how smooth and repetitive your stroke may be. According to Cleveland Golf, the key to becoming proficient at aligning putts first requires that your eyes Read more…

September 2007

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Now Playing: Zip It! Looking to add a little zip to your short game? Cleveland’s new CG12 wedges feature “ZIP Groove technology.” Translation: the biggest milled grooves ever found on a Cleveland wedge. A proprietary coating to each groove protects the face during the sandblasting process, a step that maintains the grooves’ integrity. The result? Read more…

July 2007

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Now Playing: Back In Black Finally! We’ve been waiting for a 460cc version of the r7 Quad for a couple years now, and this year the people at TaylorMade Golf answered the call. For starters, the new r7 Superquad ($399) is not only the best adjustable-weight driver the company has ever produced, it’s also the Read more…

June 2007

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Now Playing: Nickent 4DX Nickent continues to ride high after the stellar West Coast swing of Tour player, Jeff Quinney. But the red-hot Nationwide grad’s top 10 finishes shouldn’t be your only exposure to this great brand. The recently released 4DX driver uses Tungsten-polymer XW weights to achieve optimal weight characteristics for golfers who either Read more…

May 2007

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Now Playing: The Heat Is On! New for 2007, TaylorMade is proud to announce the return of the Burner Series, replete with a handful of new options for the player seeking to maximize distance. Among the stable of new Burner stuff is a driver, fairway wood and hybrid, as well as a few options in Read more…

April 2007

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Now Playing: PING Redwood PING putters dominated golf for much of the ’70s and ’80s with putter designs like the Anser that set the standard for all heel-toe-weighted models that followed. In recent years, PING’s engineers have continued to develop new concepts and technologies, which have included extreme MOI mallets as well as a variety Read more…

February-March 2007

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Now Playing: Skycaddie SG4 Have you ever wanted every course you’ve played (and are going to play) at your fingertips? Now you can, thanks to the all-new SkyCaddie SG4 ($349), the most state-of-the-art SkyCaddie yet. Featuring a sleek new design, the SG4 features SkyGolf’s patented IntelliGreen technology, enabling golfers to measure the full depth and Read more…

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