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Common Courtesy on the Golf Course

Common Courtesy on the Golf Course

If you’re a casual weekend golfer, you probably learned the game the way most weekend golfers do – you tagged along with friends who enjoyed it, were told “Just do what we do,” and off you went. This is a time-honored indoctrination into the world of golf, but when it’s just a bunch of friends hacking away once a week, one aspect that’s often underemphasized is the importance of common courtesy on the course.

Golf Goodies: Choosing a Laser Rangefinder

Golf Goodies: Choosing a Laser Rangefinder

Even the best drivers, irons and putters aren’t worth much if you can’t figure out just how far your ball has left to travel. Old fashioned golfers still pace out their shots, measuring the hole they’re playing by stepping it out — but this practice is both cumbersome and slow, especially when other players are waiting for their turn to tee off. Today’s golfers have other ways of measuring their shots, including the use of laser rangefinders.

Club Review: Cleveland Classic 290 Driver

Club Review: Cleveland Classic 290 Driver

The Cleveland Classic 290 driver has been compared to a wrecking ball on a stick for its sheer power and solid sound. If you’ve been playing a springy faced modern club for any amount of time, this club will take some getting used to, but the penetrating ball flight and surprisingly forgiving face may make you want to trade in your adjustable driver for something a little sexier.

Choosing the Best Putting Grips

Choosing the Best Putting Grips

No matter how good your putter is, there are going to be days when you just can’t find the cup. When those days stretch into weeks, you may start thinking about replacing your club with a different model, or just giving up putting all together. Never fear, fellow golfer, sometimes all you really need in these situations is a new putting grip.

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