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The weather is very slowly starting to warm up.
The misery of winter chilling grip has been stronger than in year past, but it is starting to loosen through the middle of spring. Well, maybe eventually.
This may have hit your early season golfing plans into the rough, but it worth evaluating your equipment for when the time does come to throw off that raincoat and get the clubs out. but it was Cobra Golf October announcement that its newest set of irons, the King F7, would feature same length sets that adds more intrigue to this idea.
According to Golf Digest, this isn a new idea, but it also one that hasn worked out for golf manufacturers in the past. However, with DeChambeau championing this style of irons, it makes this trend worth keeping an eye on this season.
an interesting one to see how that going to play out. One length, same swing. Pretty interesting angle, said Cosgrave.
don have a lot of feedback on it yet to find out how that category is going to play out. Great idea, and I think for an intermediate to a higher handicap player, the idea of hitting a long iron with more control makes a lot of sense. an unconventional idea for equipment, which makes Cosgrave all the more curious about it. According to Cobra, all King F7 One irons feature seven iron lengths in the set.
I still going to get that 10 yard gap between the four iron or the five iron, or the six iron even though it the same length? Cosgrave said. starting to wonder: Are you going to lose that gapping? Is that gapping going to reduce or has Cobra re lofted the irons to make it work; that you maintaining that 10 yard gap. MOTHERSHIP OF PUSH CARTS
Don want to carry your golf bag for 18 holes, but don want to drive a powered golf cart around, either?
Push or pull carts allow golfers to still walk the course and get exercise that way, while not saddling them with the burden of lugging around a heavy bag, which can cause fatigue by the end of a round.
These days, push cart technology allows golfers the ability to strap in their golf bags and just about anything else they can think of. Take, for instance, the Clicgear Model 3.5 three wheel push cart or the of golf carts, said Cosgrave originally invented right in North Vancouver.
According to Peak Golf, this model has 80 per cent more cargo space, but it also comes with an umbrella tube, cup holder and enough room for a cooler bag as well. Its technology also allows it to be neatly folded up and stored easily in a vehicle when the round is done.
turn the back nine, you in the last four or five holes, you packing a 30 pound golf bag around all day wears you out a little bit,
said Cosgrave. and more people are (using push carts) because it won fatigue them as much. EPIC DRIVER FOR THAT EPIC DRIVE
The desire to hit the ball long and straight off the tee is something all golfers, from the best professionals to the most irritated amateurs, share.
A good golf swing, and the seemingly indefinite individual variations, play a part in achieving such quality from the tee box, but the vast advancement in technology in drivers manufactured by the giant golf companies like Callaway, Ping, TaylorMade, and Titleist has helped golfers of many skill levels be able to bomb the ball further off the tee while also being able to land it in the fairway, which can ease the stress of this often perplexing game.
For 2017, one new driver seems to be drawing more attention.
driver this year, I would say this (the Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero Driver) is getting all the accolades, said Cosgrave.
a lot of things going on in the industry the last little while. I think that has a lot to do with a slowdown of technology to some degree and probably profitability for the big guys. So the struggle has been to find a game changer or something that demonstrably better to make it worth making the investment. This driver is selling well. added that the jailbreak technology used by Callaway is what is this driver to be very long and very straight. what is jailbreak technology? It the placement of two lightweight titanium bars inside the head of the driver, connecting vertically from the crown to the sole, which Callaway states is exclusive to its company.
impact, the tension in the bars keep the crown and sole from bulging, which nearly doubles the impact load on the face, said Alan Hocknell, Callaway senior VP of research and development in a website video.
the case of Epic, it imparts more of the energy of the impact onto the ball for more ball speed. TECHNOLOGY ISN’T JUST FOR SNOWBOARDING
Like all types equipment in the sport, golf shoes have undergone a major transformation in technology and style over the years. It was only a matter of time before Boa technology transitioned from snowboarding boots into golf shoes, right?
The technology allows golfers to adjust the fit of their shoe using the micro adjustable dials some companies like FootJoy put the dial on the heel of the shoe, while others put it on the tongue, said Cosgrave the lightweight, yet highly durable laces.
Boa technology has been really popular for snowboard boots and outdoor (activities). But it totally here to stay, he said. in, easy out. MUST HAVES
36 Golf Co. Pin Seeker hat:The Toronto based 36 Golf Co. was founded by two guys with a passion for golf, and a biggerloveof lookinggood.
The Pin Seeker hat is one of their biggest sellers. They also have some bucketsinspiredby local Toronto sports teams along with T shirts, sweaters and tank tops for casual looks off the course.
Adidas Crossknit Boost: Adidas has ramped up the comfort with its latest spikeless shoe offering for 2017, the Crossknit Boost. Utilizing the very popular Boost technology, golfers will experience unrivalled cushioning and endless energy through the feet. A ton of technological innovations throughout make the shoe ultra stable.
PUMA Titantour Ignite DISC:PUMA has infused its latest Titantour Ignite offering with a ton of technology borrowed from its running shoe line to give golfers maximum energy return to their feet. Its unique DISC closure (a tightening wheel,
versus laces) gives you a super fast fit.