PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem provoked quite a bit of reaction on Sunday when he announced that the tour might not go along with the ban on anchored putting strokes being advocated by the USGA and R&A.
European Tour stalwart Colin Montgomerie was "positively aghast" at the idea that the PGA Tour might ignore the proposed anchor ban, according to the PA Sport newswire in England.
Of the three new sets of 588 Cleveland irons, the 588 Tour Trajectory (TT) irons are the most ambitious. Like the MT (Mid Trajectory) models, the TT irons are named after the flight pattern they produce – a lower, more piercing trajectory preferred by better players.
The 588 TT irons feature a constant clubface height throughout the set, but have a progressive face length to promote more forgiveness in the long irons and a more penetrating, controlled trajectory in the short irons. The 588 TTs also have forged clubfaces to enhance feel and ball speed.
Who says golfers can't multi-task? Despite being halfway around the world for the Honda LPGA Thailand, several of the LPGA Tour's finest have been keeping up with the happenings leading up to the Daytona 500.
When it came to creating a set of irons to round out its new line of AMP Cell drivers, fairway clubs and hybrids, Cobra didn't hesitate to go bold. So, when choosing a set of AMP Cell irons, golfers can pick from four different accent shades, allowing them to color-match them with other AMP Cell clubs or create a personally mixed set. For traditionalists, silver irons are the stock option, while the other choices are the Vibrant Orange, Directoire Blue and Barbados Red that are also available in the AMP Cell drivers, fairways and hybrids.
The new G25 driver from Ping has something to help every from from PGA Tour players to everyday amateurs.
For starters, it's Ping's second adjustable model – golfers can add or subtract one-half degree of loft from the standard 8.5-, 9.5-, 10.5- and 12-degree settings to optimize your launch conditions. The adjustability resides in the hosels, and the changes are made using a lightweight titanium screw and aluminum hosel sleeve.
We celebrated the Presidents' Day holiday a few days ago, but today is actually George Washington’s birthday. It's also a significant day in the history of golf in the United States.
On this day in 1888, a small group of hearty golfers staged the first known exhibition of golf in America – over three holes laid out by John Reid and John Upham in a cow pasture in Yonkers, N.Y. And on Nov. 14, 1888, these golfers formally established The Saint Andrew's Golf Club, which remains the oldest continuously existing golf club in the United States.