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  • The 2017 Callaway Epic and Epic Subzero had ground breaking technology. The Jailbreak bars increased customers ball speed on average by 3 mph which translates to about 10 yards. The titanium bars behind the face really do provide better energy transfer. Distance is great, but I noticed that the Callaway Epic drivers were not forgiving. In order to get a good shot out of it, you have to had hit the ball between the two titanium bars. If you didn’t, then you were left with a rinky-dink shot. When our Callaway Rep stopped by with the new drivers, I was happy […]

    Callaway’s Rogue and Rogue Subzero NEW for 2018

    The 2017 Callaway Epic and Epic Subzero had ground breaking technology. The Jailbreak bars increased customers ball speed on average by 3 mph which translates to about 10 yards. The titanium bars behind the face really do provide better energy transfer. Distance is great, but I noticed that the Callaway Epic drivers were not forgiving. In order to get a good shot out of it, you have to had hit the ball between the two titanium bars. If you didn’t, then you were left with a rinky-dink shot. When our Callaway Rep stopped by with the new drivers, I was happy […]

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  • Here at Fairway Golf, we have tested the latest and greatest golf products many times. There are very few instances when a new demo impresses us, but the Vertical Groove Driver blew us away. Now before you stop reading this blog, hear me out and try not to think of John Daly. 🙂 When I first saw the Vertical Groove Driver (the VGD), I immediately thought, “Wow, just another cheap start-up trying to show that being different is cool.” I mean, vertical grooves on a driver? I imagined the grooves grabbing the ball even harder and promoting a slice or […]

    EQUIPMENT SHOCKER: Vertical Groove Driver

    Here at Fairway Golf, we have tested the latest and greatest golf products many times. There are very few instances when a new demo impresses us, but the Vertical Groove Driver blew us away. Now before you stop reading this blog, hear me out and try not to think of John Daly. 🙂 When I first saw the Vertical Groove Driver (the VGD), I immediately thought, “Wow, just another cheap start-up trying to show that being different is cool.” I mean, vertical grooves on a driver? I imagined the grooves grabbing the ball even harder and promoting a slice or […]

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