INTRODUCTION During my daily scouring of the internet, I scrolled upon an amazing golf mat. As I looked closer, I saw the mat was set up with playing cards for landing spots. GENIUS! I didn’t wait much longer before reaching out to 2Skills to learn a little more about the company and see about a … Continue reading 2SKILLS REVIEW BY JASON TENZER
“It’s awesome mate! For the elite and for kids too, my boys love it. It’s teaching them the correct alignment…Thanks for the mat and looking forward to making more putts!!” – Marc Leishman – PGA Tour Pro
“You’re going to like the way you play, we guarantee it” – Oren & Ed
50 Words or Less The Tour Edge HL4 driver offers golfers huge value. Great forgiveness. Light and easy to hit. Low spin. Custom fitting options at $200.
The Callaway Apex 19 hybrid delivers strong performance in a clean, compact head design. Don’t be afraid of its ‘players’ designation.
I love to look for different equipment to review, everyone out there is always reviewing the latest driver, putter, ball etc. I happen to find a company making a unique set of irons, the Walking Sticks Golf Clubs, LLC company is making a set of irons like I have never seen before. Most standard sets of irons consist … Continue reading THE ADJUSTABLE IRONS: WALKING STICKS GOLF CLUBS
INTRODUCTION I was introduced to Sparms America by the National Sales Manager. I have seen golfers on the local dog track as well as professionals on the LPGA and PGA tours wearing sun sleeves. I always considered them to be too warm to wear in the heat, so I never looked into them. I’m guessing … Continue reading Sparms Product Review By Jason Tenzer
50 Words or Less The TaylorMade P7TW irons allow regular golfers to play Tiger Wood’s irons, whether they have the game or not. Beautiful, traditional looks. You will need your A game – and a lot of cash – to play these.
By: Zack Buechner 50 Words or Less The Taylormade M6 irons are large profile game improvement clubs that use a Speedbridge across the cavity to create a hot face and tons of distance. Its wider and bigger for a larger sweet spot and packs plenty of forgiveness.
Overlooked…Until Now There may not be a more overlooked piece of golf equipment than the wedge shaft. Even good players and golfers who are into their gear often can’t tell you what shafts are in their wedges. Does it matter? It’s just a wedge shaft, it can’t affect performance that much, right?