Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2015

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1. What’s The Difference? TaylorMade SLDR, SLDR S & SLDR S Mini Drivers

Since its debut, the SLDR 460 driver has received some positive, if not interesting, attention. The driver quickly morphed into a 430 version, geared toward the advanced golfer. TaylorMade’s SLDR engineering is based upon a low and forward…(Read More)

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2. TaylorMade Iron Comparison: SpeedBlade vs RocketBladez

Alright, alright, I get it. You’re looking at the SpeedBlade irons asking yourself how TaylorMade could’ve produced a longer, straighter iron a year removed from the RocketBladez? Well, they found a way to do it! The SpeedBlade IS just that; longer…(Read More)

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3. TaylorMade Iron Comparison: SLDR vs SpeedBlade

SLDR Iron 18 months removed from the introduction of the Speed Pocket technology in irons, TaylorMade has released its fourth model, the SLDR. This iron is packed with major technology advancement. The Speed Pocket has been re-vamped and now features…(Read More)

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4. Callaway Driver Comparison: X Hot vs X2 Hot

The Callaway X Hot driver lived up to its name with higher ball speeds for all golfers. How exactly did they do it? Well, Callaway combined two of their best technologies: a Speed Frame Face and the innovative Forged Cup…(Read More)

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5. What The Difference? TaylorMade RSi 1, RSi 2 & RSi Tour Preferred Irons

TaylorMade is welcoming three new iron sets to its already impressive lineup. The RSi 1, RSi 2, and RSi TP. Each iron offers slight, subtle differences geared toward a different kind of player. While they may look different, they’re all…(Read More)

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6. TaylorMade Driver Comparison: R15 vs R15 TP

The TaylorMade R15 driver and TaylorMade R15 TP driver share all the same clubhead attributes. They both have a 460cc clubhead that features the new Front Track system with two adjustable weights, weighing 12.5 grams each. They also share TaylorMade’s…(Read More)

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7. Everything You Need To Know: Mizuno MP-1, MP-H5,. JPX-850 Forged & JPX-80 Irons

Mizuno is the leader in golf performance and customization. They’re all about performance and that’s why the name Mizuno brings high standards and the new irons for this year don’t disappoint. They’re adding two new iron sets to the game…(Read More)

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8. What’s The Difference? Cobra Fly-Z+, Fly-Z, & Fly-Z XL Drivers

With three different Cobra lines to choose from (Fly-Z+, Fly-Z & Fly-Z XL) in 2015, how do you know which line is right for your game?  This is a question that has troubled golfers before, but we’re here to shed some…(Read More)

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9. Callaway Driver Comparison: Big Bertha vs X2 Hot

With Callaway releasing two different model lines with their drivers this year, how do you know which one fits your swing? We’ll take a look at the major differences between the two clubs and help you make an accurate selection…(Read More)

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10. Ping Driver Comparison: G30 vs G25

A popular debate each year – what’s the difference between the new driver versus the previous generation? We’re here to give you our perspective on the differences and what it really means for your game. Today’s comparison is between the Ping…(Read More)

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Alan Unruh, PGA

Alan Unruh is a Class “A” member of the PGA of America, and holds PGA Certifications in General Management, Golf Operations and Player Development. With these certifications, he is among the 1% of PGA members that hold multiple PGA Certifications. He has a profound passion for the game of golf along with extensive experience and knowledge regarding planning and strategy for golf operations, rules of golf, tournament operations and golf swing fundamentals. Alan has also played a crucial role helping manage multiple high profile tournaments throughout his career including the USGA Women’s U.S. Open, PGA and LPGA Tour events, and multiple NCAA and AJGA events.

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