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Ball Review: Kasco Rockets

Introduction: Kasco's packaging says that these golf balls have a "proprietary multi-layer technology... that deliver outstanding disctance, spin, and feel for the ball control today's golfers demand." In fact these are the world's first 4-piece multi-layer ball and are designed to maximize distance while also maintaining spin control. "T ...
by Tim Turner.

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Ball Review: Wilson Smart Core Balata Distance

Introduction: The new line of Wilson golf balls make a heady promise, that these golf balls actually can "think" their way around a course. They respond to harder swings by increasing distance, and softer shots respond with better feel around the greens. The balata distance balls go one step further and claim to offer the distance of a tw ...
by John Kim.

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Glove Review: The Gluv

Introduction: What equipment matters do you consider as you try to improve your game? Certainly most golfers' replies would include the flex of their shafts, the lie and loft of their clubs, the compression and the spin of their golf balls, even the grips on the clubs themselves. A few will talk about shoes and spikes, and there are some ...
by John Kim.

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Iron Review: Callaway x-14 Irons

Callaway x-14 irons by John Kim - For a long time, Callaway was my least favorite iron. The heads looked so bulky, the offset was too big, there was only a single standard shaft for the clubs, (unlike the firm, regular, etc. models others carry) ….I had a zillion reasons why I would not join the Callaway bandwagon. Well now with the x-14 s ...
by John Kim.

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Iron Review: LIQUIDMETAL Irons

LIQUIDMETAL Irons These clubs are nice looking with cobalt blue shafts and LIQUIDMETAL cavity-back clubheads. This brand has a big reputation on the West Coast but is not as well known on the East Coast possibly due to the price.

The Good: These irons helped my swing dramatically. They are so solid on contact. There's very ...

by John Kim.

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Iron Review: Mizuno T-zoids: True and Pro

Mizuno T-zoids: True and Pro - These clubs might be the "hottest" thing on the market right now. Numerous touring pros play them and you can't argue with Mizuno's track record. (As they say, the #1 iron on tour in terms of number of bags and top ten finishes)). These clubs are sharp, both in design and appearance. The trues are blades, ...
by AtlantaGolfer.com.

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Iron Review: Ping ISI-K

Ping ISI-K – The first major purchase of my golf career was a set of Ping ISI-K irons a few years ago. These clubs set up well behind the ball, and the always present Ping quality was there. Still, something about these clubs and I never did quite mesh. I was measured and fitted with all the right specs, so it wasn't a poor fit, it just w ...
by John Kim.

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Iron Review: Taylor Made Burner Tour

Taylor Made Burner Tour – Very nice clubs, both in design and performance. Definitely designed for better players, these clubs can do all that you ask them to, but you have to do your part. Want to hook it 30 yards around that irritating tree? No problem. Knock-downs and high floaters are also available. But a mis-hit can hurt your hand ...
by John Kim.

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Iron Review: Titleist DCI

Titleist DCI - Though word is that Titleist is phasing out the popular 962 models for the new 990s, the core club design remains pretty much the same throughout the DCI series, and it is impressive. I recently purchased a set of the DCI 962s and could not be happier. These clubs will let you know how your game stacks up immediately. Good ...
by John Kim.

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Lamkin Expands 2012 Grip Collection with New Models for Wedg

CONTACTS:
Kelly M. Mooney Kerri Kauffman
This Just In PR & Marketing Lamkin Grips
503.722.4080 or 801.450.1009 619.661.7090 x113
kelly@tji-inc.com kkauffman@lamkingrips.com


Lamkin Expands 2012 Grip Collection with New Models for Wedges, Adjustable Clubs and Loads of Style New Golf Grip Line Delivers Customization, Color and Confidence for Ev ...
by Kelly M. Mooney Kerri Kauffman.

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Putter Review: Clique Putter

Clique Putter: - After a recent round at Cobblestone, I entered the clubhouse complaining to anyone who would listen about my putting. By sheer chance, golf club designer Paul Cunningham was in the pro shop talking to one of the staff about his newest line of putters. After a brief introduction, he guaranteed me his was the finest putte ...
by John Kim.

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Putter Review: Odyssey Rossie II

Odyssey Rossie II: I get a chance to play with several different putters and it always seems that I come back to good ol' reliable. Well, not that's it THAT reliable, but it's as good as I've found. Odyssey claims that it has the most wins every year on every tour, and well, the numbers seem to back it up.

The Good: The scoring ...

by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Adams Tight Lies

Adams Tight Lies – Probably the most heavily marketed fairway wood of all-time, how could any self-respecting golfer at least not give this club a try? Despite the company's claims that the shallow face makes it an easier club to hit, the smaller face actually bothered me at first. There is not any type of alignment aide on top, so be sure ...
by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Callaway Big Bertha Steelhead

Callaway Big Bertha Steelhead – I've always subscribed to the adage, "If it isn't broke, don't fix it." So why did Callaway take the most successful woods of all time and scrap them in favor of the new look steelheads? Well, I'm sure the gurus at Callaway know more about golf and the market than I do, but they didn't impress me much with ...
by John Kim.

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Wood Review: LIQUIDMETAL Driver

LIQUIDMETAL Driver: - This driver is not as well known on the East coast but has a big reputation on the West Coast for being one of the best, if not the best, driver on the market today. The large clubhead is blue in color and the clubface has a mirror metal shine. It's very sleek and stylish looking, but yet is very light to hold. I ...
by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Mizuno T-Zoid Forged

Mizuno T-Zoid Forged So I'm out at the range on an all-day practice session, when a friend of mine approaches me to show off his new driver. I'm not impressed. I have a new driver of my own and I'm hitting it square and long. In fact, I'm one-hopping them to a fence 270 yards away. (Yeah, it was a bit downwind.). He urges me to hit h ...
by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Orlimar Tri-metal 3 Wood

Orlimar Tri-metal 3 Wood In my constant battle to find a 3 wood I feel good about, we've come to one of the most popular and still fastest growing clubs out there. The orlimar tri-metal has gone from an informercial "gimmick" club to the most carried fairway wood on both the PGA and Senior PGA tour. You know those guys aren't going to ca ...
by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Ping Tisi Driver

Ping Tisi Driver Ever wondered what a volkswagon on a stick might look like? Well, check this club out. The biggest head I've ever seen! But there's no room for pictures on your scorecard, so the big question is….does it help you hit the ball better off the tee.

The Good: The club hits solidly, for distance and accuracy. It ...

by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Taylor Made Ti-Bubble Burner 2

Taylor Made Ti-Bubble Burner 2 - A good friend of mine is a club representative for Taylor Made, so many of my friends use this club. I have hit with them quite a few times and must admit, it's a very good club. Though it performs quite well, it just seems a bit bulky to me, and I'm not a big fan of how the big head sets up behind the ba ...
by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Titleist 975D Driver

Titleist 975D Driver: - The club that made Justin Leonard and Davis Love III finally switch to metal head drivers. This is a very popular club for top professionals and for good reason. If you have a great swing, this is a great club. Keep in mind the caveat there, it's very important. "If you have a great swing...." I talked to a man ...
by John Kim.

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Wood Review: Yonex Super ADX

Yonex Super ADX – Prior to entering a golf tournament a couple of years ago, I entered a golf shop and told a friend I wanted a titanium driver. We set up all the computer gadgets to test swing speed and ball flight and hit half a dozen drivers. None seemed to stand out to me at the time until he got to the very last one. He actually had ...
by John Kim.

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