Month: June 2017

The Miura CB-1008 and Miura MB-5005, the two latest irons from the company known for its precision forged blades, remind us that forgiveness continues to be a subtle priority in irons reserved for the best players. That’s right, forgiveness. Both the Miura CB-1008 and MB-5005 feature forgiveness elements designed to help shots either launch higher
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The Miura CB-1008 and Miura MB-5005, the two latest irons from the company known for its precision forged blades, remind us that forgiveness continues to be a subtle priority in irons reserved for the best players. That’s right, forgiveness. Both the Miura CB-1008 and MB-5005 feature forgiveness elements designed to help shots either launch higher
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‘Swing your swing,” Arnold Palmer famously said. “Not some idea of a swing, not a swing you saw on TV, or swing you wish you had. No, swing your swing.” Sound counsel, given the source; Palmer’s was far from aesthetically pleasing, but with seven majors and 95 professional wins worldwide, it seemed to do the
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‘Swing your swing,” Arnold Palmer famously said. “Not some idea of a swing, not a swing you saw on TV, or swing you wish you had. No, swing your swing.” Sound counsel, given the source; Palmer’s was far from aesthetically pleasing, but with seven majors and 95 professional wins worldwide, it seemed to do the
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ERIN, Wis. — Six-under par after a splendid 66 on day one, Paul Casey began his second round in the 117th U.S. Open Championship on Erin Hills’ 10th tee and played his first two holes in one-under par. He then played the next ten holes in level par. Pretty dull huh? Hardly. Between the 12th
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ERIN, Wis. — On Friday afternoon, the media was alerted that a fan died at Erin Hills during the U.S. Open. According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, the medical examiner was called to the scene around 2 p.m. The person in question was considered elderly. FOX 6 News reports that the Sheriff’s Office does
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ERIN, Wis. — “You had to be there” is the consensus when describing Beatlemania. The phenomenon predates me, but I’ve seen the videos. The palpable euphoria during “The Ed Sullivan Show,” mass hysteria at Shea Stadium. Though you can imagine yourself in such a scene, those in attendance swear it cannot be conveyed, that it
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