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Miura Irons: Forged and Forgiving

Most of the golf clubs played by most of the world’s golfers make use of relatively new technologies that allow manufacturers to move weight around in the head as a way of enhancing forgiveness. In irons, these methods replaced forging, which was how metal clubs were made back to their earliest days. Over the last few decades, forged irons still found adherents, especially better players who appreciated their solid feel. But the clubs’ small heads...

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Vice Golf: Vice Is Nice

This new company wants to change the way you buy premium golf balls—and save you lots of money, too

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Titleist: If It’s Fall 2014, It’s Time For New Woods

Titleist’s new metalwoods are right on time—and right for your game

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Get in Gear | Degrees of Separation

An often-overlooked component of clubfitting is set make-up, the progression of loft from one club to the next. It’s important to every kind of golfer.

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