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TaylorMade Driver Comparison: SLDR 430 vs R15 430

SLDR 430 Driver When the TaylorMade SLDR 430 driver was released it was the lowest launching, lowest spinning clubhead available. It has a 20-gram moveable weight located on the sole that can be adjusted to promote a draw or fade.

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TaylorMade Driver Comparison: R15 vs R1

Which Taylormade driver suits you best? The TaylorMade R1 driver was a revolutionary driver packed with cutting edge technology for its time. Fast forward and TaylorMade is now producing the R15 driver. Let’s take a look and see what kind

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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

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There are many thoughts on the role Millennials have in golf. Here are 3 good articles on different roles: Socializing it: http://bit.ly/2yrEwWc..

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When and Why to Take a Mulligan in Golf - GlobalGolf Blog

[Blog] For #NationalMulliganDay, we fill you in on when and why to take a mulligan on the course. http://bit.ly/2xOrmjm

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