Author - Matt Spear

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Game Improvement Golf Ball? Fact or Fiction?
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Bridgestone e6 Soft Golf Ball Review
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Bridgestone Extra Soft Golf Ball Review
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Pinnacle Rush / Pinnacle Soft Golf Ball Review
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Wilson DUO Golf Ball Review
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PGA Lounge at MSP Airport
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Golf Swing May Not Be What It Appears
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Callaway Supersoft Golf Ball Review
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Ride, Carry or Push – Does it matter?
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Swing your Driver like a Wedge

Game Improvement Golf Ball? Fact or Fiction?

Can a golf ball actually be a tool for game improvement? The marketing efforts that exist today would have you believe that it can. While we don’t necessarily disagree, the degree to which a golf ball can improve your game is relevant to many other factors and preferences. This guide will address what drives golf[…]

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Bridgestone e6 Soft Golf Ball Review

Bridgestone e6 Soft Golf Ball Overview The e6 Soft golf ball from Bridgestone is tuned to be incredibly soft and provide straight distance. Bridgestone Golf Ball Fitting Data claims the e6 SOFT is 9 yds longer and 31% straighter than competitors. The new offerings of the e6 Soft and e6 Speed have replaced the e5[…]

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Bridgestone Extra Soft Golf Ball Review

Bridgestone Extra Soft Golf Ball Overview Bridgestone has made a name for themselves with their golf ball fitting systems. Their research has shown that most players do not play the optimal ball for their swing speeds. A ball with lower compression will allow players with moderate to slower swing speeds to be able to compress[…]

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Pinnacle Rush / Pinnacle Soft Golf Ball Review

Pinnacle Rush / Pinnacle Soft Golf Ball Review Pinnacle golf balls have long been known for their combination of distance and value. Now a part of Acushnet the Pinnacle Rush and Pinnacle Soft golf balls are made using the same manufacturing process as the other Titleist golf balls. These two offerings from Pinnacle appear to be[…]

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Wilson DUO Golf Ball Review

Wilson DUO Golf Ball Overview If you like the feeling of a soft, distance golf ball, the Wilson Staff Duo may be for you. The new Wilson Duo Golf Ball has the industry’s lowest compression at 29.  Read our full Wilson Duo golf ball review to see if they might be worth your $20. Price $20.00  (see current[…]

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PGA Lounge at MSP Airport

Today’s divot from Reddit shows the PGA lounge at the Minneapolis St. Paul Airport. Thank you midgets89, I will now be trying to connect all of my domestic flights through this airport. Myrtle Beach, you need this. This makes me wonder if there are any successful bars like this in the US. I think a putting green[…]

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Golf Swing May Not Be What It Appears

In the past year, I have found a few really enjoyable YouTube channels that focus on course vlogs. I enjoy watching people who I can relate to and it’s also interesting to see how they approach a course and how they try to improve. One, in particular, has also helped me lower my handicap and[…]

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Callaway Supersoft Golf Ball Review

Callaway Supersoft Golf Ball Overview The Callaway Supersoft golf ball is a low compression, low spin, distance ball aimed at players looking for more distance and a straighter ball flight while maintaining some feel around the green. If this is what you are looking for in a golf ball, continue reading for our full Callaway[…]

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Ride, Carry or Push – Does it matter?

This year I have decided to make a conscious effort to walk instead of ride as much as I can. To date, I have only played 5 rounds where I used a golf cart. Four of those rounds were in Myrtle Beach where, honestly, I don’t even know if they allow you to walk most[…]

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Swing your Driver like a Wedge

Over the last year or so I have taken a very different approach to how I approach tee shots with my driver. My goal used to be to step up to the ball and try to hit it as far as I could no matter how long the hole was or what yardage I would[…]

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