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We will always remember

Posted by Carol Suh on

We will always remember. We will never forget. 20 years later, I'm still grappling with the enormity of the actions that took place that day. Actions that we may never hear or know of. Those who survived and those whose time was cut short. Those who became heroes.  We will always remember. We will never forget. The day, the destruction, the aftermath. The resilience, the resolve, the hope. In the memory of these, we will will carry on.

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Golf Grips are hard to find these days..

Posted by Carol Suh on

If you've been searching for your favorite golf grip without luck, you're not alone. Several grip manufacturers are having prolonged production issues that make it hard to keep up with the unprecedented level of demand we are seeing. In addition, any products brought into the US may also experience severe import delays. Golf continues to be one of the most accessible sports during the pandemic given that it's outdoors and social distancing is built into the game, so it's unclear how long this golf grip shortage will last. We are continuing to work with all our grip manufacturers to better forecast supply in the coming...

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UV Resistant Golf Grips | What You Need to Know

Posted by Oliver Price on

IS THE SUN SHORTENING THE LIFE OF YOUR GRIPS?It's common knowledge to replace your grips 2x a season*. But the reason for this isn't as commonly known. Most grips can't last as long as you'd like partly because of exposure to the elements and the breakdown of materials over time. Also, the more you swing your clubs, the weaker the grip material becomes due to normal stress, and wear-and-tear. But did you know, the exposure to UV rays is also a major factor in how quickly a grip breaks down. UV rays are a type of powerful radiation that over time, breaks...

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Wedge Shafts: 3 Reasons You Need a Specialized Wedge Shaft

Posted by Lynn Berkowitz on

Many players use the same iron shaft in their wedge clubs. But here are 3 reasons why you might want to consider a specially designed wedge shaft for your high pitching clubs, and how they can help your game.   #1) Your wedge game is about accuracy Playing the same shaft as your irons in your wedge clubs may downplay the importance of your wedge game. When you're making your approach shot, you want your wedge to perform with as much precision and accuracy as possible. Getting the ball closest to the pin is the goal. With the USGAs 2010 regulation...

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Why golf grip size does and doesn't matter

Posted by Carol Suh on

  Golf grip sizing can be confusing. Let's start with what the sizing terms actually mean. Standard is usually defined as the diameter of the grip (at the butt end) being around 1". This isn't a hard and fast rule. But most grip manufacturers generally follow this sizing for Standard grips.   All other grip sizes are created relative to Standard. Midsize +1/16" over Standard Oversize/Jumbo +1/8" over Standard Undersize -1/64" or -1/32" under Standard   SETTING UP YOUR SHOT FOR SUCCESS Before diving into what grip sizing you need, it's important to note that many different factors come into play...

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