Month: February 2018

Titleist’s Vokey Design SM7 Raw wedges adds a new unfinished version to its line this week, and while “raw” wedges are by far the most popular among Titleist’s tour staff, the new SM7 Raw actually actually will be in the hands of average golfers before most tour players. The SM7 Raw, available through Vokey.com today,
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For any player, there’s a point in every round when you get to a shot you’re just dreading. It could be off the tee, from a tough lie or around the green, and just the thought of having to play it brings up visions of making triple bogey. When you have to play defensively to
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Sunday felt like a long time coming for England’s Eddie Pepperell. Many labeled the gregarious 27-year-old a rising talent on the European Tour, but he needed 129 starts in six seasons (along with one return trip Qualifying School) before finally claiming the breakthrough win so many expected. Impressively, Pepperell’s maiden Euro Tour victory at the
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We’ve all been taught that golf has a steep learning curve. Will Robins, a Golf Digest Best Young Teacher and one of the game’s boldest thinkers, says that’s just not true. With better strategy and small changes in technique, you can play better, faster—and have a lot more fun. In eight video lessons, “The Will
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Sam Greenwood Tiger Woods, wearing one of the ribbons that PGA Tour veteran Nicholas Thompson was handing out in a show of support for those killed at nearby Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images) PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Tiger Woods wore a maroon ribbon with the letters “MSD” written in
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