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maybe 2 seperate threads would be better?   one for gyroscopes and one for PGA show?    I keep coming back to this thread looking for cool new stuff.  but, nope...   gyroscopes. 

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19 minutes ago, iacas said:

I'm not seeing a bunch of "great new awesome" this year. Mostly just evolutionary stuff, not revolutionary stuff.

You’re in Orlando and not a word from you!? Lol......

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1 hour ago, iacas said:

I'm not seeing a bunch of "great new awesome" this year. Mostly just evolutionary stuff, not revolutionary stuff.

What was last year's like? I don't remember much of it at all, frankly.

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Anyone have seen or tried the new (illegal) Lynx ball for junior??

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This golf ball is non-conforming, smaller and lighter. But that's because it's designed to encourage newcomers to the game of golf.

 

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On 1/24/2020 at 1:35 PM, Benit0 said:

Anyone have seen or tried the new (illegal) Lynx ball for junior??

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This golf ball is non-conforming, smaller and lighter. But that's because it's designed to encourage newcomers to the game of golf.

 

I have, and… Volvik has (had?) some illegal balls too:

 

This implies that they're new, but I don't think they are:

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After a week at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show, our editors spotlight some of the best products they spotted in Orlando

You can find articles about the Magma going back to 2016.

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