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Golf club technology is constantly progressing. So much so, it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with the latest equipment. We compiled a quick rundown of equipment on the market right now that can help you improve your game. Whether you’re looking at buying your first set of clubs, or you have a standing monthly appointment
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Several winners emerged from the TaylorMade Driving Relief charity match this weekend. Of course, those who helped raise $5.5 million for COVID-19 relief were the biggest winners, with Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson winning the competition over Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff in an exciting closest-to-the-pin playoff. But Wolff emerged to a larger sports fanbase
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Johnson is also part of a campaign launching from sports drink company BODYARMOR. The “Only you can make you better” campaign features Johnson and six other athletes on the team–James Harden, Mike Trout, Megan Rapinoe, Naomi Osaka, Skylar Diggins-Smith, and Carlos Vela. Johnson signed with and invested in BODYARMOR in 2016. We caught up with
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Memorial Day may feel a little different this year, but one major aspect is still the same—the sales. The early summer holiday traditionally brings big sales and deals, but you don’t have to wait until Monday because most companies have started slashing prices now. We’ve rounded up the best online shopping promotions on everything from
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If you’re a golfer looking to play with golf courses opening in most states, it’s likely you’ve searched the internet for available pushcart options. And most likely, you’ve struck out in that attempt. The gold rush of pushcarts is upon us with most courses enacting walking-only rules and restricting the use of traditional golf carts.
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Golf GPS watches have come a long way in utility and appearance. Thoughtful designs allow golfers to access data more efficiently, with less distractions and without sacrificing style. On-course wearables range in price, but one luxury timepiece turning heads this summer is the third generation Tag Heuer Connected Golf Edition watch that launched Wednesday. The
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Golf Digest published its first article on how to play this magnificent and infuriating game in the spring of 1950. Fittingly, it was titled “How to putt.” Can’t get that right, the editors must have figured, and there’s no sense in learning the rest. But since that time, the rest has been covered in this
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Let’s take a step back and consider what it means to slice a putt. It’s no different than slicing a drive: The club cuts across the ball from out to in with the clubface open. And just like with the driver, the result is a weak shot that veers off line. The difference in putting
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It has literally never been easier to either start learning how to play golf or improve the skills you already have. Golf Digest has been the leading authority on finding the best instructors nationwide for more than 20 years, through our 50 Best Teachers and Best Teachers in Your State programs, but a traditional face-to-face,
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One simple way to keep your swing on track is to review the fundamentals in step-by-step order. That allows you to check your technique in small pieces and identify where you might be getting out of position. In many ways, each part of the swing is only as good as the parts that come before
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Seminole Golf Club, a mainstay in Golf Digest’s biennial ranking of America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses, will be center stage during the TaylorMade Driving Relief Skins Game pitting Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson against Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff. What will viewers see when the vaunted course makes its television debut? Veteran architecture editor Ron
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The PGA Tour resumes operations this week, and one of its players will do so with a heavy heart. On Wednesday, an emotional Camilo Villegas—who is playing in the Korn Ferry Tour event at TPC Sawgrass—announced his 20-month-old daughter Mia is battling tumors. “She went through surgery and obviously needed treatment. She just started her
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Marcia Chambers was never much of a golfer, but she became the voice of reason on all of golf’s serious issues pertaining to the law and discrimination during an important period of change—the late 1980s and 1990s. I met Marcia in 1982 when she was dating Stan Wheeler, a sociology professor at Yale Law School.
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With the PGA Tour re-starting this week at the Charles Schwab Challenge, it also served as a re-start for the tour’s road warriors—those who work out of the equipment vans that go from tournament to tournament servicing the equipment needs of their respective players until the opening tee shot on Thursday. As with everything in
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