Plenty of incredible clubs have been manufactured by Cobra over the years. If you always cruise the new releases, it may be time to consider buying used. From increased selection to access to beloved, but cancelled technology, there are lots of reasons to choose used.
Golf gadgets are always a popular gift idea. 3balls has a huge selection of rangefinders and swing analyzers — let us show you just a few in part 3 of our holiday golf gift guide.
We’ve got plenty of gear, including top-of-the-line bags to keep your favorite golfer organized. Take a walk with us down through the aisles of 3balls.com and find exactly what your golfer’s dreaming of this holiday season.
Golfers can be notoriously hard to shop for — after all, you can only have so many golf ties before the closet bursts. That’s why we wrote this three part holiday gift guide! It’s chock full of great ideas for every golfer on your list, no matter what their handicap.
The SLDR drivers have taken the LPGA by storm, but they have a lot to give the average golfer, too. The SLDR’s one of those rare drivers that’s suited to all levels of play: it’ll add yards to an already great swing or help you learn the game from ground up.
You don’t have to spend a fortune on clubs to get in on some of the best clubs the game has to offer. There are great advantages to buying used clubs, not to mention there is generally a much wider variety of choices in gear.
When you’re the manufacturer of Tour-proven golf gear, manufacturing a hybrid club and putting it in the hands of pros sends a message. No longer are hybrids reserved for weekend golfers who can’t swing an iron — they’re helpful tools for golfers at every level of the game.
The newest driver tech seems to roll off the assembly lines faster and faster every year, leaving lots of barely used golf clubs hanging around waiting for a game. You may be surprised how many practically new drivers are traded in — including the TaylorMade SLDR.
This year’s Driver Derby is nearly over and among the leading drivers is the Titleist 913D2. These drivers aren’t designed for beginners, but they’re far from typical Tour fare — in fact, the D3 is more commonly considered the pro-level club in this family. Find out why the D2 is getting a piece of the spotlight this year.
TaylorMade had no idea what a hit they had in store with the SLDR driver, but they didn’t waste any time creating a model for almost every golfer imaginable. Whether you’re looking for game improvement, a tour grade driver or something different, the SLDR family has what you’re hunting for.