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  • I haven’t been playing my best, which means I’ve been losing balls on the golf course. When I notice this phenomena I stop playing my stock ball, the Titleist ProV1. Instead I hit the Srixon Z-Star because they are still a premium ball, but usually a little cheaper than the Titleist ProV1. Chipping and pitching are the strongest parts of my game. I use a Titleist SM6 in the lob wedge which I use for most of my chips, and Cleveland wedges for inside 100 yards. However, I noticed that when I switched to the Srixon Z-Star, my chips would […]

    Select Your Ball According to Your Wedges

    I haven’t been playing my best, which means I’ve been losing balls on the golf course. When I notice this phenomena I stop playing my stock ball, the Titleist ProV1. Instead I hit the Srixon Z-Star because they are still a premium ball, but usually a little cheaper than the Titleist ProV1. Chipping and pitching are the strongest parts of my game. I use a Titleist SM6 in the lob wedge which I use for most of my chips, and Cleveland wedges for inside 100 yards. However, I noticed that when I switched to the Srixon Z-Star, my chips would […]

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  • Fairway Golf USA is getting ready for the U.S. Open. This year the U.S. Open is going to be played at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin. The course is set up perfectly for U.S. Open conditions: long, firm fairways, many fairway bunkers, little to now trees and THICK ROUGH. With such conditions, players are likely to make a few equipment changes in the bag.   Although 7800 yards may sound long, you have to consider things like ball roll out and wind conditions. In the past, the common trend for PGA Tour players is to add hybrids and higher bounce wedges. […]

    Fairway Golf USA prepares for the U.S. Open

    Fairway Golf USA is getting ready for the U.S. Open. This year the U.S. Open is going to be played at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin. The course is set up perfectly for U.S. Open conditions: long, firm fairways, many fairway bunkers, little to now trees and THICK ROUGH. With such conditions, players are likely to make a few equipment changes in the bag.   Although 7800 yards may sound long, you have to consider things like ball roll out and wind conditions. In the past, the common trend for PGA Tour players is to add hybrids and higher bounce wedges. […]

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  • Happy Masters Week! We have a WedgeWorks opportunity straight from Bob, A.D. & the tour. On April 6th, 2016 Titleist will launch the 64° T Grind Limited WedgeWorks wedge. The 2016 64° T Limited – available in 64° loft and 6° of bounce– is the result of Bob Vokey & Aaron Dill’s work with tour players preparing for the first major championship of 2016. The unique conditions players face at Augusta National include fast, elevated, undulating greens & tight fairways requiring the use of loft and trajectory to stop the golf ball close to the hole. The 64° T provides the extra loft, […]

    Limited Edition Titleist 64° T-grind wedge

    Happy Masters Week! We have a WedgeWorks opportunity straight from Bob, A.D. & the tour. On April 6th, 2016 Titleist will launch the 64° T Grind Limited WedgeWorks wedge. The 2016 64° T Limited – available in 64° loft and 6° of bounce– is the result of Bob Vokey & Aaron Dill’s work with tour players preparing for the first major championship of 2016. The unique conditions players face at Augusta National include fast, elevated, undulating greens & tight fairways requiring the use of loft and trajectory to stop the golf ball close to the hole. The 64° T provides the extra loft, […]

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