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Modart T55 PROTO Wedges!

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Introducing the MODART T55 PROTO!    This wedge features the same shape as the original T55 (found here) yet the sole is wider and the milling effect altered for a new look.  Modart also applied a black oxide finish so the player can feel the steel differently than the original and plated model.  If you look closely what looks brushed is actually milled then slightly polished by hand.   Follow the Jump we have many photos…

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Honma’s TW-PT Blade Putter

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The Honma TW-PT Blade Putter – Made of SUS303 in the body with dual 14 gram tungsten weights in the sole to increase the putters MOI as much as possible.  By the advice of the Japan tour professional Komei Oda Honma decided to listen and drill holes in the hosel to lighten up the toe side and lighten the heel.  This helps lower the center of gravity promoting a more stable stroke. This plumbers neck putters weights are not adjustable.   Follow the jump for more images…

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Bridgestone Tour-B JGR 2017

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Introducing the new 2017 Bridgestone Tour-B JGR Series Woods & Irons – Bridgestone is flying under the radar with many new Japan releases like the CBP & X-HI series irons along with their latest JGR line.  The general theme I get from looking over the tech and specs of this new series is that it caters to the decent amateur player almost a more forgiving version of their original Tour B models.  The line up consists of a new driver, fairway wood, hybrid and two new forged irons.  I am also thankful these have fixed hosel’s.  Bridgestone offers optional wrench and weights for those who want to tinker with bias and balance.  Lots more on these new BS clubs!  Follow the jump…

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The New PRGR EGG Series Woods and Irons!

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Introducing the new PRGR EGG Series!  New Driver, fairway woods, utilities, irons, and even golf balls are scheduled to release mid September.  I have had demos for weeks now and have hit them we will be posting individual club reviews this and next week.  Needless to say I was very impressed and know these will fit a wide segment of amateur players who prioritize distance, forgiveness and technology over all else.

PRGR has been doing the EGG series for many years known as super long,  higher launching and forgiving golf clubs.  PRGR as a brand really pushes the envelope when it comes to design beating to a different drum compared to other golf companies,  they measure information differently and use unexpected solutions to solve problems for the player.  From measuring grip speed over club head speed to using open faces on most of their clubs (measured differently) PRGR also seems to patent a lot of their technology and sometimes feature multiple patents in a single product.  The parent co. of PRGR also known as Pro Gear in Japan is the Yokohama Rubber Co.  They make tires,  hoses,  industrial materials for all types of craft.   Follow the Jump to get a brief run down of of the new Egg 2017!

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A-GRIND’s New Type-D Driver

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A-Grinds longest and most forgiving driver has just been released.  It’s called the Type-D 460.  Stock out of the box it comes with open face angles.  1* on the 10.5 and 0.5* on the 9.5 loft.  This driver features a 6-4Ti forged face with a 6-4Ti cast body.   The concept is simple but proven,  variable wall thickness and a thinner crown to drop the center of gravity lower.  What is not proven ( in my opinion ) that is part of the design is that channel on the sole near the face,  many brands claim increased ball speeds from this and while it is true it’s minimal and so small that it’s no guarantee to improve distance.  Ready for more pics?  Follow the Jump…

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Seven ST Wedge User Review

Seven ST Wedge..   yup that’s the one!   Sold out before everyone knew of their existence!!  Here is a quick review for those who missed out on these fabulous wedges the first time around.    These wedges are too good to be considered “Previous generation.”  :)   Putting it down on the hitting mat, the head has a teardrop silhouette which will appeal to the traditionalist players alike.    The head is very compact and looks highly versatile which should please the most demanding of wedge connoisseurs out there.   These wedges are targeted for mid to low handicap players.     Click for more …

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A-Grind A-CB Forged Irons

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Introducing the A-GRIND A-CB Forged Irons new for 2017.  A-Grind is a relatively new company we have been promoting at TSG since 2015.  (Click Here) Their designs have quite the following as they perform well thanks to their skilled designer Yusuke Ako who was also the lead designer for Royal Collection from 2004 to 2013 creating all their clubs including woods, irons, wedges, and utilities.  Follow the jump to read on and see more photos…

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Overiview: Ryoma Maxima Type-G

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Introducing the Ryoma Maxima Type-G,  it has been out for some months now so we needed to write a review based on my own personal experiences with this club along with the plenty of client feedback we have received from those who have purchased it.  First things first though,  These maxima’s have quite the line up and it can get confusing so after the jump we will explain the differences between the Type-V/D/G and special tune models…

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Honma TW-PT Mallet

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Honma fans will be happy with this release finally a tour world series mallet with a simple yet stealth shape and theme.  I say stealth because it kind of reminds me of one in black.  Honma did a lot of testing with their professional players narrowing it down to a couple of shapes they really liked.  Today we talk about the mallet so please follow the jump for more info and pictures…

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Seven x Benock Putter User Review

 

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Alright,  putter lovers, gather around for my review of the Seven x Benock Putter.!! Smooth and balanced stroke is easy with this putter.   Feel at impact is.. Ummmm  “PERRRRFECT” .. how do they do it?    I always thought CNC machined irons and putters would feel soul less and cold and that manual grinding by an experienced craftsman was the only way to make putters and irons lively and special.   Click here for more…

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