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TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT IRON FITTING

You signed up for an iron fitting. Smart. Getting fitted is something we preach relentlessly at MyGolfSpy. When it comes to finding the best-performing gear for your game, it’s an absolute necessity. Now what? We’ve compiled our best tips, based on experience, to help you get the most out of your fitting. Like anything else, it helps to have a game plan. Before we dive into specifics, let’s state the obvious: You’re the customer. Yes, the fitter is providing a service but too many golfers show ...
Tags: Sport, United States, Golf, Manhattan, Taylor, Maya Angelou, Kyle, Vancouver British Columbia, Mizuno, UST Mamiya, Honma, News & Opinion, Fujikura Mitsubishi, True Spec Club, Kyle Honma, Taylor Hull Honma


Shaft Review – UST MAMIYA ‘THE’ ATTAS

By its own admission, UST Mamiya has become more of a graphite iron shaft company in recent years. Its primary focus has been on the development of the Recoil, which has exploded to become the game’s most popular graphite iron shaft. With the recent success of its Helium driver shaft, however; it sees an opportunity to insert itself back into driver shaft discussion – and any discussion of UST Mamiya Driver shaft technology likely begins with the ATTAS line. That’s because, as much as anything e...
Tags: Japan, US, Sport, Product Reviews, Golf, Dell, UST, Billy Horschel, Shaft Reviews, ATTAS, UST Mamiya, Golf Industry 's Leading Custom Fit Club Company, Cool Club, UST Mamiya Driver, Billy Horshel, ATTAS Coool Comparisons


First Look: Callaway Sure Out 2

Greetings class. We’re going to start today’s story with a little group exercise. Everyone who makes their living playing golf for money, raise your hands. Good, good – you guys are excused. See you next time. Next, everyone who is a high performing, competitive amateur – you’re excused as well, as is anyone who’s a mid- to low-single-digit handicap or better and who practices at least three or four times a week. Actually, the only people who need to stay are those of you who play golf for fun, ...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Cleveland, Callaway, Hogan, KBS, New Releases, UST Mamiya, Callawaygolf, First Callaway, Fujikura Women 's


First Look: Callaway Sure Out 2 Wedge

Greetings class. We’re going to start today’s story with a little group exercise. Everyone who makes their living playing golf for money, raise your hands. Good, good – you guys are excused. See you next time. Next, everyone who is a high performing, competitive amateur – you’re excused as well, as is anyone who’s a mid- to low-single-digit handicap or better and who practices at least three or four times a week. Actually, the only people who need to stay are those of you who play golf for fun, ...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Cleveland, Callaway, Hogan, KBS, New Releases, UST Mamiya, Callawaygolf, First Callaway, Fujikura Women 's


Korean Upstart Diawings looks to make an impact with Single Length Irons

Golf is a conservative game by nature. It is on the player to stick to the rules and to be honest with himself. Fundamentally, this centuries-old game hasn’t changed very much, but the same can’t be said for golf equipment. Golf has evolved from persimmon heads and hickory shafts, and the volume of innovations in golf technology over the past 30 years is mind-boggling. Over the past few months, one particular type of golf equipment turned heads on the PGA tour, thanks to Bryson DeChambeau. Techn...
Tags: Facebook, Japan, China, US, Sport, Canada, Pga, Golf, Korea, Ncaa, North America, Irons, James, Mamiya, Bryson DeChambeau, Bryson


First Look – Tour Edge’s Affordable Hot Launch 3 Hybrid

Last week's PGA Show had little to offer in the way of fresh and compelling new ideas. That said, one could argue if any OEM produced a discernable vibe layered with newfound optimism and dare I suggest, excitement, it was Tour Edge. It's not often an OEM focuses marketing efforts on a second-tier product, but that's exactly the approach Tour Edge is taking for 2018 with its Hot Launch 3 line of equipment. The proposition is simple, the price affordable and yet it's a space in which few, if any,...
Tags: Sport, Golf, John Craig, New Releases, PGA Show, UST Mamiya, Carpenter Steel, Hot Launch Hot Launch


You Won't Find Many Forged Irons Like This One

By John Barba Bridgestone always has an attention-getting booth at the PGA Show, and this year's was no different. Gorgeous setup, lots of equipment, bags, balls and other gear on display, a way-cool copper pipe golf ball merry-go-round, plus the obligatory Bridgestone ball fitting stall, with long lines of golfers waiting to find out which Bridgestone ball is for them. Bridgestone is a self-described "challenger" brand - challenging for consumer top-of-mind, challenging for retail space, a...
Tags: Asia, Japan, UK, Donald Trump, Golf News, Wilson, Sgi, JGR, Callaway, BRIDGESTONE, Snedeker, Brandt Snedeker, Bertha, Taylormade, Ping, Kinchen