Archive for September, 2017

Golf Cartoon #313

Sep 22nd
2017

Titleist introduces the new DT TruSoft golf ball

Sep 21st
2017

(Shared from GolfPunk)

Titleist has introduced the new DT TruSoft golf ball which has been designed and manufactured to provide a soft feel to their shots.  It has been designed with a fast, very low compression core and soft pure ionomer cover – the softest core construction and ionomer cover blend Titleist has ever used.  The new core and cover work together to provide a uniquely soft feel and sound, while delivering very low spin in the long game for distance and short game spin for playabiity into and around the green.  With a 376 tetrahedra dimple design an aerodynamically consistent flight is promised.

“DT TruSoft is the latest generation of Titleist’s soft compression core and cover technology. In each of our past three introductions of DT models, we have continued to provide golfers with softer and softer feel,” said Michael Mahoney, Director, Titleist Golf Ball Product Management.  But wait, there’s more…

Rory McIlroy | Sunday School

Sep 20th
2017

Heading into the 2016 TOUR Championship, Rory McIlroy was sixth in the FedExCup standings, and capturing the FedExCup trophy was an improbable thought. In Sunday School, we look at the defining moments of the final round at East Lake, and how probability had an impact on McIlroy’s win.

Golf Books #288 (Feeling Naked on the First Tee: An Essential Guide for New Women Golfers)

Sep 19th
2017

Finally a book that will boost the confidence of a new woman golfer, written by someone who knows how it feels!

Packed with helpful hints, Feeling Naked on the First Tee explains parts of the game that other golf books don’t talk about, in language the beginner can understand.

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Publication date: Revised 2007 edition (December 10, 2007) (source)

Golfclub Bludenz-Braz, Austria

Sep 18th
2017

Fascination golf between the Lake Constance and the Arlberg, in the heart of the Bludenzer Five-valley-star. The unforgettable mountainous panorama, the change between soft meadow areas and high alpine landscape form an ideal ambient for relaxing quiet and concentration for golfers of all levels. But wait, there’s more…

Villamartin Golf, Spain

Sep 17th
2017

Source: blogjustteetimes.com

Golf Cartoon #312

Sep 15th
2017

Adidas Stepping out with the new Tour360 golf shoes

Sep 14th
2017

Keep yourselves nice from October with the new adidas TOUR360 golf shoes. BOOST technology with increased stability. Plus they look the business…(Shared from GolfPunk)

The new TOUR360 features subtle, yet significant changes from the previous model – the TOUR360 BOOST: a new outsole top plate, SPRINTSKIN™ technology, classic toe-down appearance, new premium heel execution, and increased outsole flexibility make it one of adidas Golf’s best shoes on the market.

“Our quest to create the perfect golf shoe just got one step closer with this new TOUR360,” said Masun Denison, global footwear director, adidas Golf. “Our original TOUR360 BOOST rose to being the best-selling shoe in the U.S. market last year, so we know golfers are going to appreciate these updates that we’ve made to what was already a great product.”  (more…)

Adventures in Golf: Prison Golf

Sep 13th
2017

Angola Prison in Louisiana is situated on a massive piece of property. What to do with all that space? Build a golf course.

Golf Books #287 (Arnold Palmer: Homespun Stories of the King)

Sep 12th
2017

About 40 miles east of Pittsburgh is the small town of Latrobe, Pennsylvania, a place Arnold Palmer called home for the entirety of his lifetime. “It is impossible to understand Palmer without first understanding Latrobe,” Jim Nantz once said.

The world knew Palmer as The King. The Palmer Latrobe knew was funnier, goofier, saltier, and less grandiose than the one justifiably loved around the globe.

While the recipe for a classic Arnold Palmer Tea calls for one part lemonade, three parts tea, a more suitable blend might be three parts beer, one part champagne–at least when it comes to encapsulating the man those closest to him knew.

In Arnold Palmer: Homespun Stories of the King, journalist, Latrobe resident, and accidental Palmer insider Chris Rodell draws upon over 100 interviews with the golf great conducted over 20 years, providing an intimate, charming, and at times irreverent glimpse at the icon outside the spotlight. Interspersed with fascinating insight into Palmer’s dominance on the course, what emerges is a singular portrait of a true legend that no golf fan will want to miss.

Publication date: May 15, 2018 (source)

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