Equipment: Hybrids / Utility Woods
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 July 2014 04:43 Tuesday, 08 July 2014 04:04
Dr. Barry Lotz (iG)
The SLDR name has been synonymous with TaylorMade's "Loft Up" message since the launch of the SLDR driver in August, 2013. Excuse the acronym. The SLDR, pronounced SLIDER, is actually the name given to this driver period. It refers to the slider track on the bottom of the TaylorMade SLDR Driver, which allows the weight to be repositioned to encourage a fade or a draw. Following the success of the original, the SLDR S is the latest in this series of clubs -- promising "distance for all". The S is for the club's new look – a silver matte crown paired with black accents.
Last Updated on Saturday, 05 July 2014 02:01 Saturday, 05 July 2014 01:32
PHOENIX, Arizona — With an emphasis on significantly increasing ball velocity and accuracy through a combination of advanced aerodynamics, plus new face designs and materials, PING introduced the G30 series — the company's latest innovations that provide golfers measurable distance gains without sacrificing key performance attributes such as control and forgiveness.
The G30 series includes two driver options — standard and SF Tec (Straight Flight Technology) — along with fairway woods, hybrids and irons. The product line can be pre-ordered beginning today at PING-authorized golf shops around the world.
Last Updated on Thursday, 08 May 2014 03:29 Thursday, 08 May 2014 03:26
CARLSBAD, California — TaylorMade Golf has announced SLDR S, their newest SLDR model engineered to provide distance for golfers of all abilities and swing speeds through high-lofted metalwoods.
The SLDR S line features a low forward center of gravity (CG) placement wherein weight is re-located to the front of the head to promote faster ball speed, a higher launch angle and a lower spin-rate.
Last Updated on Thursday, 01 May 2014 01:31 Thursday, 01 May 2014 01:28
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, California — By popular demand, KZG has expanded its H370 hybrid line to include a new 34° loft option.
At 34°, this H370 is a true representation of a utility club. With a low center of gravity, the H370 produces high-launching golf shots with optimal spin to stick it close. The sole design and rounded leading edge provide an effortless transition through rough and fringe which makes this club ideal for chip shots just off and around the green.
Last Updated on Monday, 14 April 2014 21:46 Monday, 14 April 2014 21:39
CHICAGO, Illinois — Like fingerprints, every golfer is unique with an individualized swing and approach to the game. With varying setup preferences, ball striking consistency, and ball flight control, there's no one-club-fits-all model for selecting irons and woods. That's the idea behind the new and improved twelve-club Online Club Fitter from Wilson Staff.
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