What to Wear: Quagmire Golf Spring 2011 Preview

[singlepic id=1663 w=489 h=320 float=] [nggallery id=191] Quagmire Golf is about having fun on and off the golf course, and their Spring 2011 line really epitomize style and functionality. From ColorFusion golf shirts to fun plaid reversible shorts, and golf shirts. Quagmire Golf has something that will appeal to most golfers. We caught up with Quagmire Golf’s Geoff Tait at the 2011 PGA Merchandise show, to see what Quagmire...

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First Look: TaylorMade TR3 True Path Putting Trainer

Face angle and putter path are both important in successful putting. The most common paths are either straight back/straight through or arced path that’s inside-to square-to inside. To help the amateur golfer practice the perfect putting path, TaylorMade designed the TR3 True Path putting trainer. Watch this video of Gregg Hemphill, Vice President of Marketing/Communications, talk about the features of the True Path putting...

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First Look: RoboPutt

Golf is a sport where muscle memory is an important part of the learning process and improving your game. One area where muscle memory is very important is the putting stroke. How would you know what the perfect putting stroke feels like and consistently repeat it? You could buy countless putting training aids or take lessons with a PGA Professional. But what if you could just go to your local driving range and take putting lessons...

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What to Wear: Kikkor Golf

[singlepic id=1654 w=489 h=320 float=] Last year at the Masters, Fred Couples was seen wearing street inspired golf shoes during the tournament that caused quite a bit of buzz. Couples was wearing what looked like gym shoes on the golf course, which is unheard of at that level. Much like the buzz Couples created, so did Kikkor Golf, at the 2011 PGA Merchandise Show, with its line of street inspired golf shoes for the younger player....

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What to Wear: Scheyden Eyewear

[singlepic id=1645 w=489 h=320 float=] [nggallery id=189] Club Glove is known for its popular line of golf travel bags and luggage, but did you know they also make eyewear? Scheyden Precision Eyewear is a boutique line of handmade eyewear manufactured in Fukui, Japan, known for making some of the finest eyewear in the world. Watch this video of Jeffrey Herold, President of Club Golve/Scheyden Eyewear talk about the backstory of...

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