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Tour Edge Exotics CB4 Tour

Many clubs from the Exotics line are making their way into the bags of the best players, thanks to their performance and looks. Complementing the titanium face is an optimal center of gravity that produces...

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Srixon Z-Star

With two weight ports (and four weights) and an adjustable hosel, the driver accommodates 84 possible ball-flight configurations. That can get a bit confusing, so the company offers a smart-phone app that will help you...

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Mizuno MP-53

Good players can always count on Mizuno to deliver irons with classic looks that inspire confidence, whether in the bag, at address or during the swing. While looks and feel are important, the company also...

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Cleveland Mashie

Underlying its retro cosmetics and old-school name, the Mashie is a thoroughly modern club with plenty of technology that will help all players. The game-improving features include the club’s reduced weight (30 fewer grams), a...

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Callaway RAZR Hawk

The company teamed with Italian automaker Lamborghini to developer a lightweight carbon composite that allows for precise calibration, to within a thousandth of an inch. Used on the crown and sole, the material is extremely...

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Adams Idea Tech V3

The company that was at the forefront of bringing hybrids to both the tours and the masses continues to make improvements to its game-changing clubs. Its latest version has a four-way cambered sole with recessed...

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TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0

At 279 grams, the club is the lightest driver in the company’s history. The low overall weight and long (46½ inches), ultralight (48 grams) shaft help to create speed, which is the club’s primary mission....

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My Round pg1

As a golf teacher, I have found that the best way to be better at what I do is to be constantly learning. I am lucky enough to have had Harvey Penick as a long-time...

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My Round pg6

On the 18th tee, Jack was up by two strokes. I had kept score in my head, but didn’t think Jack knew where our “match” stood. I couldn’t have been more wrong.

I did hit two...

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My Round pg5

From that point, the sense of competition between us grew. Neither of us said so, but it was clear we were engaged in a match. Despite this underlying tension, I enjoyed every minute of watching...

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