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The Quintessential Golf Book!!

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Pros: Based on Facts, Easy to Read, Concise, Creative

Cons: None

First and foremost, this book is not your typical golf instruction book. Though it does touch on all the aspects of the golf swing, but it does so briefly as to start you on the right path. Really you can't teach a golf swing through a book. Believe me, I read and own many golf instructional books, and they have done little to improve my golf swing. What improves a golf swing is a good instructor. What the "Lowest Score Wins" does it give you insight on what is true about the golf swing, and the game of golf. It starts to point you in the right direction for improving your game.   Where this book really shines is in the last two sections of the book. First is on how to build a...
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SLDR Irons, Classic Design, Game Improvement Irons

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Pros: Look, Feel, Shaft Options, Forgiveness

Cons: Trajectory Control

In the past year Taylormade has been releasing their new line of Drivers, Hybrids, and Fairway Woods under the name "SLDR". Now Taylormade has designed a new iron under the same name. Lets take a look at these new irons that Taylormade has claimed,   Quote: "With the SLDR iron we've combined the classic and compact shape that better players want with cutting-edge performance-enhancing technologies that make this iron long and forgiving"   - Bret Wahl - Vice President, Iron/Putter/Wedge R&D   Technology   Speed Pocket & Iron Progression   In recent Taylormade irons they have introduced the Speed Pocket. The Speed Pocket is a slot behind the...
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The Softest Cotton Shirt I ever Had!!!

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Pros: Quality, Fit, Not hindering, Light, Breathable, Style

Cons: None so Far

A little background on myself first. I am 6' 1/2" tall, and weight about 205 lbs. I am an avid golfer, by which I mean I play roughly 1-2 rounds a week during the golf season. Unless otherwise noted, I rather carry and walk the course than ride a cart. So when I am searching for a golf shirt I look for one that can stand up during the humid summers in Ohio. Typically my golf shirts are usually hybrid mix of synthetic fibers with cotton. Usually those shirts that will "wick" the moisture away. These work pretty good for me. Yet these shirts always seem kinda tight and stuffy.    So how does the, "Criquet" golf shirt stand up?   Style When I first saw the shirt, I...
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