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The highest MOI Titleist AP2 714 Irons in the market

The Titleist AP2 714 Irons were introduced to tour pros at Congressional Country Club in June before the start of the AT&T National. The newest AP2 long irons (3-5) have faces that are 25 percent thinner than their predecessors, along with a dual-cavity design.

The combination of the AP2’s thin face, perimeter weighting and lowered CG is designed to make these irons easier to hit and help mis-hit shots maintain ball speed. Within the encased lower cavity of the AP2, Titleist has positioned a high-density tungsten weight. Another piece of high-density tungsten also has been co-forged in the heel section, just below the area where the shaft enters the hosel.

The Titleist AP2 714 features more meaningful changes under the skin, but not so major that they change the characteristics of the AP2 chassis that has been so successful. Each iron has been designed to match the loft so the long irons have thinner faces than the short irons with the upper cavity face being only 2.1mm thick.

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The irons are forged and feature a constant blade length throughout the set. That means unlike the Titleist AP1 714 irons that feature longer blade lengths in the lower-lofted clubs, each of the AP2 irons has the same length from heel to toe. To help make all of the AP2 irons work more effectively through the turf, Titleist added camber to the soles and gave the leading edges a “pre-worn” treatment that makes them less likely to dig.

Titleist has also ensured there’s a wider distance between the two tungsten weights in the AP2 714 to present these babies with a higher MOI without having to increase clubhead size – an important consideration for better golfers, most of whom prefer smaller-sized iron heads. A lower CG in the long irons has already improved my ball flight considerably, too. Balls are stopping within several feet of their descent, rather than scurrying on the front edge and running through to the back fringe.

And the finish of the AP2 just oozes class. The combo satin and mirror finish reduces glare but at the same time, doesn’t give up its bag appeal. AP2 714 irons is a modern, high performance iron, all in a progressive, Tour-proven chassis.

Ping G25 irons versus Ping G15 irons

With a brand new finish and some key performance changes PING recently released their upgrade for the G series irons with the Ping G25 irons.

Tom Watson is need to many famous legends who helped put Ballybunion Golf course on the radar for touring links golfers. But all it takes is a trip to the guts of the village come across out the locals’ favorite guest. President Bill Clinton, now immortalized with a statue in the center with the town, arrived for a house game in ’98. In front of 10,000 onlookers, he sliced his opening drive into the cemetery right of the original fairway – just like so lots his constituents have done before and after you.

Honestly, Believed I was losing the site. I thought perhaps that my swing was changing and Being biased. After randomly grabbing three other golfers hit each of your cheap sets making use of the launch monitor I discovered that they were having comparable results. In fact, the highest handicap player had nearly a three-degree increase in trajectory with the G15s. Once you catch a hang of what you need to do, chipping can be rather fun and also be amongst the highlights of one’s golf match. Some things you’ll want to practice is playing the ball back with your stance and putting pounds on your front foot.

The biggest improvement constantly that the G15 Irons best price are quite more forgiving thanks towards the moment of inertia increasing which Ping has achieved by introducing a custom tuning port that is further back from confront of the clubhead. This has allowed Ping’s designers eradicate seven grams from the G15’s face custom tuning port structure without destabilizing the clubface or reducing distance operation.

Overall, I did enjoy these Ping G15 Irons. For someone who is roughly a 10-15 handicap, Consider you could play these. The Irons are more of a players club than theG15, that’s very forgiving and promotes a high launch. The Clubs on the other hand hand are less forgiving and are promoting fast ball data transfer speeds. As with any clubs, I recommend you try anything to purchase. You do not no which clubs will suit your game method.

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Holding on to Your Everyday Golf Practice

Golf is a ball sport in which competing players use many types of clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a course using the fewest number of strokes. We all know that practice is necessary to improve youe game while golf is thought to be one of the most difficult sport. But practice does not mean simple reptating practice. You need to learn to change!

If you are tired to practice everyday and achieving nothing from it, instead, try picking targets, using different clubs, shaping shots and working a club or two that gave you trouble during your last round. This kind of practice will do a lot more for your game. If you really want to improve your game, try practicing like the pros.

The average pro spends close to three hours a day working on his swing preparing for a tournament, and about the same amount of time on his short game. But, for those of us who don’t have six or so hours a day to golf we have to get the most out of the time we do have.

Try placing a TaylorMade R1 Driver on the ground and use the shaft to check that your stance line is square to your target line. Practice hitting shots at a target, like you are hitting a real shot on the course, and check your stance every so often to make sure you’re in alignment.

If you’re like us and you worry about hitting balls straight on the range, take a thin stake, like an alignment pole, and place it into the ground about 10 yards in front of you, creating a straight visual line. Practice swing control by hitting the ball to the right of the stake and then to the left of it.

When you practice on the putting green, focus not just on aim but also on mastering the right distance. Lay out three TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB Irons 2014 on the putting green at distances of 10, 20 and 30 feet away. Then putt three balls to each distance marker. You’ll be amazed how this will improve your ability to make four- and five-foot putts with ease.

Finally, choosing a good TaylorMade Putter which suit you well is also a way to make sure you bring the putter face through the impact zone squarely.  Place two balls side-by-side but not touching. Line up as you would for any putt and put a good putting stroke on both balls, hitting them both simultaneously.

In a word, practice would not be so interesting, even sometimes very dull, but it could help you improve your game if you insist on practicing. Nothing is perfect, but you need to do your best.

Callaway Debuts x24 hot and x hot irons

When I saw the Callaway X-24 Irons they felt right. A robust, hot clubface with a large sweet spot generates faster balls speeds for the irons maximum distance, even on off-center hits. It is a technologically advanced iron that has resulted in a longer and more accurate set than any of its predecessors.

These clubs are powered by a consistently hot face that generates peak ball speeds for maximum distance with pinpoint accuracy. Its new Callaway X-24 Hot Irons, billed as the longest, most-accurate X-Series iron, targets all players (regardless of handicap) who seek turbocharged distance in an iron. Callaway designers have introduced the new stealth PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) finish to the X-24 Hot Golf Clubs to reduce glare and an impressive, darker look.

1And for the first time ever, Callaway has incorporated Speed Frame Face Technology from its drivers into the callaway x hot irons to optimise stiffness across the face for more ball speed and consistent distance on off-centre hits. The thin face profile has the look of a player iron with the performance you’d expect from game improvement. The crown finish looks smart and although there’s not too much offset on show, there’s enough to help square the face up at impact.

From practice swing through to impact, everything about this iron feels great. Aided by Callaway’s Feel Management Technology, X Hot provides a crisp, dynamic feel and lovely feedback at impact. I achieved an eight-yard distance gain of 170 yards. While it felt every bit like a 5-iron, trajectory felt like a 6-iron. Plucking a 6-iron from the bag, knowing it’s basically a 5-iron, will aid terrific confidence.

Similar to the TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons, the X-Hot carries lower than normal degrees of loft to help you achieve remarkable distance gains, particularly with the long irons. But the X-Hot isn’t all about distance, however, as the deep undercut channel – which has allowed Callaway engineers to lower the sweet spot – provides solid forgiveness on off-centre hits.

Exploded view of Taylormade R11S driver showing adjustable shaft

The TaylorMade R11S driver provides even more adjustability. It’s an evolution from the original technology rather than a complete redesign, no surprise given the massive success of the first all-white TaylorMade R11 driver.

You could say TaylorMade took a risk with the white/black colour scheme last year, but the way it was received means it was an obvious choice again for 2012. Similar to its predecessor, the R11, the new R11S driver features a contrasting black face which golfers claim improves their alignment and accuracy off the tee and confidence at address – the clubhead appearing large compared to the ball. It’s triangular shape also helps provide a higher launch, more forgiving trajectory.


ASP technology – a raised five-point plate which can be rotated and secured – allows the golfer to adjust face angle independent of loft setting which means the face angle can be adjusted independently to the loft and vice versa – neutral, slightly open, open, slightly closed and closed. In addition the combination of Flight Control Technology and moveable weights enables the golfer to adjust the loft and face angles for up to approximately 60 yards side-to-side trajectory as well as the swing weight.

Current TaylorMade R11 driver owners are unlikely to upgrade to the TaylorMade R11S driver, but anyone looking to update an older model will find a driver that, with the right shaft and set-up, will suit any golfer’s swing.

Good Grips Always Bring Good Results in Golf

Nowadays, it is common that there are many people here locally that are getting into the game with renewed enthusiam and are hungry for information to improve their swings. The grip is the lifeline to your swing and having a faulty one is going to lead you into a lot of wayward shots.

As a matter of fact, when you get nervous or tense playing golf trying to pull of a critical shot, the tendency is to squeeze the club a little tighter than normal. This added tension in your hands will automatically start transferring into your arms and shoot all the way up into your shoulders and neck furthering the anxiety. It is essential to swinging the club properly.

Having your hands placed on the club properly will allow you to drive the ball in the desired direction. Most players like to keep your hands in a neutral position whenever possible. Turning your hands left or right on the steering column will make the car go in that direction. As it relates to golf in this case, too much left or right will result in hooking or slicing.

If your grip is correct and your left arm is in correct natural position, the hinging will be automatic. In order for this “hinging” to happen, keep the left wrist flat in relation to the back of your left forearm and the back of your left hand. It’s as simple as that! If the left arm is in the correct position, the wrist will hinge, if not, there will be a breaking motion. Never and I repeat never try to cultivate an independent wrist action.

In addition, If your a right handed golfer all you have to do is place your left thumb on top on your right thumb as seen in the photo and press down lightly and swing. This grip of the ping g15 driver will inhibit your wrists from becoming to active and allow your arms to control the takeaway in a smooth, one piece action. Arms must control wrists, not wrists controlling arms is the correct formula in quieting your hand action.

Finally, remember a good grip leads to good wrist action. Remember the only purpose of the grip is to hold onto the ping g20 driver. Your arms have to put your wrists into position to hinge and unhinge naturally. It is important to get the correct grip in your game so that to improve your game in form of lowering the score.

In a word, when choosing the golf clubs, like a set of ping g25 irons, try your best to choose the correct grips for you. When you feel comfortable and balanc when holding one grip, then it might be the right one for you. Just pay attention to your choice on grips, because good grips can always lead to good game.

Callaway RAZR X Hybrid and razr x tour irons Review

The Callaway RAZR X line of irons include the RAZR X, RAZR X Tour and RAZR X Forged irons. The Callaway RAZR X Tour irons have a slightly smaller head compared to the standard RAZR X; and other differences include less offset and a thinner topline in the Tour model compared to the standard model.

The company claims the irons are for “golfers looking to make the jump from being a high handicap to a single digit player.” So while they target both distance and forgiveness, the irons keep certain looks from players’ clubs, such as the thin sole width. Both the RAZR X and RAZR X Tour irons have lowered centers of gravity and undercut cavities.

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Inspired by prototypes developed with Phil Mickelson, the Callaway RAZR X Hybrid is manufactured with a new heat-treatment process that reduces face thickness for higher ball speeds. The standard model has a club face with a Zero Roll Design, which produces higher launch angles on shots hit low on the face for greater distance and a soft landing. The tour model has less offset to enhance workability.

The best price RAZR X hybrid simply powered its way to the top with five out of five distance marks from three of the four testers – Dave, Leon and Ben. In fact, in Dave’s hands this could do no wrong as he scored perfect fives in every category commenting on the fast ball speeds and superb feedback off the face. Ben was equally complimentary saying there wasn’t anything not to like.

Chris said the club looked as though it would go pretty high but instead it delivered a strong ball fl ight for him. he admitted that, coupled with the bigger clubhead from front to back, this would give a lot of confidence to higher handicap golfers. Leon loved the performance off the fairway as well as the sharp aesthetics, which he said inspired confi dence.

The family of hybrids also includes a tour profi le head for better players which delivers a lower, more penetrating ball fl ight while still utilising the same technology.

Some Basic Things of Putting You Should Know

As we all know, putting is arguably the most important skill in golf.Putting is the most precise aspect of the game of golf. The putter must be designed to give the golfer every technical advantage including smooth stroke, good glide, sweet impact, and bounce-less topspin ball launch as well as every technique advantage including perfect fit as to shaft angle and length.

However, in this article, we won’t talk about how difficult or skillful putting is. We just want to talk about some basic rules or ways of golf putting. Firstly, care about your stance, they should normally be the narrowest of any shot that you play. Your stance should also be taken near enough the ball so that you can produce a stroke which is straight back from, and straight through to the hole for putts of nominal length, while not so close as to have a tendency to force the clubhead to the outside of your target line on the backswing.

Secondly, the feet should be turned open, closed, or square, relative to how those adjustments affect your swing’s path, with the right foot primarily responsible for your ability to follow-through correctly. Most, although not all, good players address the ball so that their weight is balanced slightly toward the inside of their left heel.

Thirdly, you can play your ball somewhere between the center of your stance and the left instep. This allows both the path and the clubhead to square up to the target prior to impact, and it allows any approach angle to level out enough to promote a good follow through. (Sweeping type strokes are probably better positioned left, while a tapping type action might tend to be positioned more toward the center.)

In addition, keep in mind that what you need is to lightly “place” your hands on the taylormade sldr white driver in such a way that it’s easy for you to swing the clubhead squarely toward the target. For simplicity’s sake I’d recommend using a very light version of your normal grip, with the exception that the little finger of your right hand be on the TaylorMade R1 Driver rather than overlapped, or interlocked. Be sure that in closing your fingers you don’t force the club into some angle of lie, of loft, other than its designed one.

Finally, pay attention to your target. Your object in all of this is of course to strike the ball with the clubhead so that it rolls surely and truly to the target. This will be best accomplished by accelerating the clubhead of the TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons through your point of balance, and fine tuning the components of your basics until this acceleration occurs down the intended line, with a clubface which is square to it.

After acknowledging all of these basic things, you might be confident enough to begin a golf putting at the end of the game.

Ping G25 hybrid with good looks and G25 Fairway Wood

The Ping “G” series woods and irons have been known to be some of the most forgiving woods and irons made. I’ve enjoyed the ease in which you can point and swing them. Unfortunately the “G” series hybrids have been some of the ugliest clubs on the market too.

The rear weight on the sole of the Ping G25 hybrid offers a low CG for higher launch.  I was really happy with the trajectory of this club, it doesn’t fly overly high, but launches quickly and holds a fairly flat flight and then lands softly, not offering too much roll, which I appreciate in a hybrid.  I’m often using it to hit into a green and want that higher launch than a 3-iron and softer landing to hold.

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Off the fairway it is easy to hit. It resists digging into the turf just enough that you can get down on the ball cleanly and still take a little grass with the ball for solid contact. It also cuts through the moderate rough with ease. I was able to maintain trajectory and distance with the G25 hybrid even out of the thick stuff. I did hit a couple of long fairway bunker shots with it and the flat sole and beveled leading edge seemed to work quite well.

The best price Ping G25 Fairway wood 5 wood has been designed to offer higher ball speeds, higher launches and higher levels of forgiveness. It features the thinnest face that Ping have ever put in a fairway wood. By using an extreme variable-thickness face, Ping’s R&D team were able to trim weight from the face and place it lower and further back in the club.

Combined with the better player looks, this is an ideal club for mid-handicappers or those who want a ‘put-it-in-the-fairway’ club from the tee. The smaller head shape did affect the sound a little and we probably preferred the sound and head size of the Ping G20 fairway wood, but that is our preference as there was very little to choose between the 2 models but at least now you have the choice of styles.

I was really happy how this “G” series club didn’t look like it was going to go left nor did it have a major tendency to go left. It hits the ball very straight with the slight ability to move the ball one way or the other.

Tring to Be More Sensible When Choosing Golf Club

Nowadays, more and more people are playing golf and eager to improve their game. And therefore, more and more golf equipment are needed for those players. You can see how important the clubs are to all of the golf players. Ne beginners need to buy sets, and senior golfers also need to exchange their old clubs for new onces.

When you are not playing very well it is very easy to blame your golf equipment. However, despite the millions being spent each year developing better equipment, new gear did not appreciably improve scores until very recently. From the combination of better equipment, better-trained athletes, and better-maintained courses, you would expect the average scores of professional golfers to have improved in the same way, but it is not the case.

Trying to attribute improvements to any one factor, especially equipment, is dubious. The complexities of the golf swing make it extremely difficult to predict with any certainty how much new equipment will help, if at all.

Whereas in all the major sports the type of equipment is adapted to the size and sex of the player, in golf taller and stronger players do not gain a significant advantage by swinging longer-shafted drivers. The optimum combination of shaft length and clubhead weight has little relation to the size, strength, and sex of the golfer, but depends solely on a golfer’s swing velocity.

This be said, confidence in your equipment is just as important as confidence in your analysis of the game, your visualization skills and your kinetic memory. Remember when buying clubs to always try them out first. It is important, not only to see if the Callaway X Hot Driver performs as advertised, but also to determine whether the equipment has the right feel for you.

Even when you find equipment that offers better performance, there’s the feel learning curve which means that it’s going to take time for you to become comfortable with the new Mizuno MP-64 Irons and develop the same confidence you had with the old set.

To become a good judge of what equipment can and cannot do for your abilities, you have to first figure out how your present game is, what talent you possess to improve, and what the right equipment can do to help. Therefore, you have to develop an understanding of the role of materials and designs. The two go hand in hand because any change in materials can alter the performance of a design, and vice versa.

So, next time you choose golf Callaway Apex Pro Forged Irons, try to be more sensible as before. You do not only need to care about the club but also the ball. And remember to choose the right clubs which suit you best.

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