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FREE UPS 2nd Day Air Shipping Holiday Promotion!!!

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

Christmas is right around the corner and starting tonight, we are offering FREE 2nd Day Air Shipping for orders over $75!!!  This offer is only valid for online orders and we cannot reimburse or refund any shipping charges prior to this promotion.  Personalized golf balls as well as custom and special orders will not be able to be shipped 2nd day but rather UPS Ground.  In the event that we cannot fulfill order because the item is out of stock or is backordered, we will notify you within 24 hours via phone and email to let you know your order status and will ship those items via UPS Ground when they become available.  If you have waited until the last minute to shop for that special someone, take advantage of our FREE 2nd Day Air promotion today!  This promotion will expire on December 20th, no exceptions.  Happy Holidays!

Spotless Swing Towel

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Want a new golf towel that does a little more than the average bear?  If so, I would definitely check out the new Spotless Swing Towel!  The Spotless Swing Towel is a high performance golf towel that features two different fabrics to rid away dirt and debris and the other to dry and shine.  The Spotless Swing Towel’s exclusive Microbrush Fabric cleans deep into the grooves of your clubs and on the flip side, the Microfiber fabric absorbs %600 of its weight in dirt, grime, and water.  I own a couple of these towels and they are by far the best towel you can buy.  The Microbrush Fabric gets most of the mud and dirt out of the grooves and the Microfiber material does a great job of drying up the surface.  If you are in the market for a new towel, I highly suggest giving the Spotless Swing Towel a try! 

Spring Ahead Golfing Tune-Up

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

The birds are chirping, the tulips are poking through the ground, and the Masters is only a few weeks away meaning Spring has finally sprung!  Golf season is upon us and like many of you out there, I cannot wait to hit the links.  However, before I do, I like to start every golf season with a much needed tune-up and I feel that most golfers would definitely benefit.  Before I even touch my clubs, I like to begin each season with a little body and swing maintenance. (more…)

What are the new rules that have confused tour professionals?

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

The USGA and The Royal & Ancient (R & A) introduced rules this January aiming to stop tour professionals from imparting excessive spin on balls while playing out of rough, long grass. (more…)

Why is it a wide idea to opt for custom-fit golf equipment?

Friday, January 29th, 2010

Rapid technological advancements have greatly enhanced golf equipment. In keeping with your style and level of play, you may require some expert help to draw the most out of your golf accessories purchase. (more…)

What are the things to be considered while buying a golf cart windshield?

Friday, January 29th, 2010

The basic purpose of a golf cart windshield is to shield a player against the gushing wind. But this handy accessory does more than that depending on the enhancements and features you seek! There are different types of windshields available. (more…)

Why does Ernie Els, a tireless globetrotter, is keen to curtail his travel schedule?

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

Ernie Els came to a small Pacific Ocean island all the way from Florida for launching his 2010 PGA Tour season. Even for a tireless globetrotter like Els, it appears like a really long way to make it for just one tournament, namely the Sony Open. (more…)

A look at the field of players for Masters this year at Augusta National

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

In the field of more than 90 players who have been duly invited to the Masters this year, the tournament announced have included a total of 16 aspiring newcomers. The tournament is to be held from April 8 to 11 at Augusta National. (more…)

Bushnell Pro 1600 Slope Edition Review

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Continuing in the Bushnell line is the Bushnell Pro 1600 Slope Edition. This is a slightly different model design than the V2 Slope model. The pro 1600 measures distances based on the degree of elevation change. (more…)

Bushnell Tour V2 Rangefinder Slope Edition Review

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Continuing in the new line of Bushnell Rangefinders is the Tour V2 Slope Edition model. This model will be able to locate any flag on any green with a precise pinseeker yardage. (more…)