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Ping G25 driver is bigger and better than before

Ping G25 driver
Courtesy of Ping Golf
The Ping G25 driver meets the USGA volume limit of 460cc and its face is even larger than that on the previous Ping G20 model.

America's first golf club marks a major anniversary

St. Andrew's Golf Club
Photo by Jim Krajicek Photography

Golf avoids taxation in Ohio, so far

John Kasich, John Boehner, Joe Biden and Barack Obama
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (left) was the fourth member of the famous 2011 golf match that included President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and House Speaker John Boehner.

Floridian owner impressed with Obama's game

Jim Crane
Getty Images
President Obama "played well" on Sunday, said Houston Astros owner Jim Crane, who also owns The Floridian and hosted Obama and Tiger Woods.

It's good to be Tim Rosaforte today

Tiger Woods and Tim Rosaforte
Getty Images
Tim Rosaforte presented Tiger Woods with an award back in 2007; on Sunday, he broke the news of Woods' round with President Obama.

Tiger Woods and President Obama playing golf today

President Obama and Tiger Woods at the White House
White House photo
Tiger Woods and President Obama have met in the White House but, until today, never on the golf course.

TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Driver hotter than the original

TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 driver
Courtesy of TaylorMade
The clubface on the TaylorMade Stage 2 driver is even bigger than on the original edition, which makes the Stage 2 even easier to hit for golfers of every skill level.

Keegan Bradley's history lesson on anchored putting

Old photo of golfer anchoring belly putter
Keegan Bradley via Twitter
Keegan Bradley took to Twitter on Friday to show us this photo of a golfer from many decades ago anchoring a putter to his body.

Cleveland 588 MT irons made for medium-high ball flight

Cleveland 588 MT iron
Courtesy of Cleveland Golf
The clubhead length is constant throughout the Cleveland 588 MT iron set, but the height of the face increases progressively in the higher-lofted clubs to make those clubs more useful in getting the ball up in the air.

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