Pros: Too many to list
Cons: None so far
Pros: Too many to list
Cons: None so far
Pros: Waterproof, looks great in pants or shorts, and excellent traction and stability.
Cons: Shoe looks and feels larger than most golf shoes, wears a little tight, and has a pretty hefty price tag.
“This club along with the partner 4H are the best purchases I have ever made. Although, I did buy both of mine at Dick's on sale for the same price last year. The lefty club selection at my local Golfsmith seems to focus on the latest clubs. These hybrids have replaced both of my fairway woods. They have a much more compact head, and elicit much more confidence in my shots. However, since I...” --Lihu
“I won this club in a giveaway here on TST. Since it came in during the very long winter we had, I opted to not take it out until I had an opportunity to "get back in the swing of things" with the driver I was using last year (Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme, 9.5*, Matrix Black Tie shaft in stiff flex)). Well, it took me a while to get any consistency going this year but...” --teamroper60
“ The Ball is a 3 piece designed golf ball with a tungsten core. The company is marketing The Ball as a ball where you will get all of the qualities of a distance ball without losing the feel/spin around the greens. The Ball looks like most other traditional golf balls with circular dimples. It has a snake logo with an arrow for the side stamp. My first...” --SCfanatic35
“I was very excited to get a chance to review the Adidas Adipower Boost golf shoe. When I first checked them out on the Adidas website, I was intrigued by the Boost energy capsules, and I was impressed by the looks of the shoe. I've been a True convert for a little over a year, but I'm not 100% sold on the minimalist golf shoe concept. While I appreciate the looks, comfort, and...” --k-troop
“I was given a dozen of these balls to play and test out.. I have played these for over 6-7 rounds now and have shot some good scores for me (Mid-70-s). As such, I kept the same ball for a few days. I saw no degradation of the ball or performance. And.. being a generous type, I passed out balls to my regular partners and asked them what they thought. I would not tell them...” --cliffj
“I will start off by saying the Warspec, Spec 1 Hand Finished golf ball mark is very nice and very well made. Having your initials engraved on the mark certainly adds style to it and is included in the Hand Finished product ($40). Paint fill is also included. The Black Ox version ($19) does not include engraved initials ($10 option) or paint fill ($5). This is not a ball mark that you will see...” --CarlSpackler
“I reviewed the Monsta golf balls over several rounds of golf at courses that I am familiar with. When opening the sleeve, I noticed the unusual Monsta eyeball logo on the cover of the ball. This certainly helps identify your ball on the course. The cover has a shiny appearance and a soft feel to the touch, and the Monsta Golf lettering on the ball has arrows on each side to use as an alignment...” --CarlSpackler
“~ Callaway Super Soft Golf Ball Review By Stogiesnbogies FYI: I am a senior player with an 85-90 Max swing speed; a 15-17 handicap who plays senior flex shafted clubs. I hit my average drives between 180-200 yards and max out under ideal conditions with a very rare 220 yard "bomb". Callaway has produced the lowest compression ball on the market here with a 38 rating. In...” --stogiesnbogies
“When you spend $24 for a pair of underwear, you expect a few things. Comfort Durability Feels the same use after use. Mack Weldon makes these claims for their Boxer Brief, but misses out on number 1 and 3. Why, because the 47.5% Long Staple Cotton / 47.5% Modal / 5% Lycra fabric shrinks in the wash. I've purchased performance underwear before, namely...” --boogielicious
“ The Passion of Tiger Woods An Anthropologist Reports on Golf, Race, and Celebrity Scandal By Orin Starn Duke University Press, Durham 2011 The book title is word play on the old Christ Crucified story (a good man wronged) and this distinguished academic and popular author tells us all there is to know about Mr. Woods, or at least all he can find to read. Of...” --joekelly