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TaylorMade Tour Ghost Putter Review

A new Ghost is haunting the PGA Tour, and like its predecessor, it didn’t take long for it to find the winner’s circle. Indeed, the new Tour Ghost putters ($159) by TaylorMade are off to a hot start after Rory ...

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The Fringe: Two Rockin’ Golf Towels

Okay, so we’re somewhat obsessive-compulsive here at PutterZone.com when it comes to caring for our putters. Indeed, we practically break out in hives when we see an uncovered putter in a golf bag, banging against the other clubs in the ...

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The Fringe: Vokey Custom Wedges

If you think about it, the wedge is really the spiritual cousin of the putter. Indeed, while the putter still reigns supreme when it comes to artisan brand names and overall “geek out” appeal, the wedge is the next closest ...

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Never Compromise Gambler Putter Review

After several years marked by minimal output, Never Compromise is back in a big way with a new line of ultra-premium putters for 2011. With its new Gambler Limited putters ($299), Never Compromise is clearly betting big on a category—the ...

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TaylorMade Daytona Ghost Putter Review

In the famous words of the movie Poltergeist:“They’re baaa-aack!” Indeed, the all-white Ghost putters by TaylorMade have returned for an encore with the release of the Rossa Daytona Ghost blade ($129), which is the successor to the original Rossa Corza ...

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Miura Series 1957 Putter Review

From a Japanese city historically renowned for its samurai swords comes another instrument of precision-forged metal—the Series 1957 putter by Miura Golf. Indeed, in Himeji, Japan, club designer Katsuhiro Miura has built a multigenerational family business around “the pursuit of ...

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The Fringe: Nike V-Rev Wedge Review

Watching someone like Phil Mickelson wield his wedges can be inspiring—and also depressing. Have you watched his instructional video? It’s chock full of jolly-good advice on how to work potent wedge magic around the green, from lobs to flops and ...

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PING Scottsdale Putter Review

PING Golf recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, but the company shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, when it comes to putters, PING has been downright prolific in recent years, launching its Redwood, Karsten, iWi, iN and now Scottsdale ...

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seeitgolf App for iPad Review

Seeitgolf has taken its groundbreaking visualization training to the next level with its new interactive app for the iPhone and iPad. You may recall that the original seeitgolf training video titled “Aaron Baddeley: Putting” earned rave reviews on PutterZone.com. Now, ...

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The Fringe: Kentwool Tour Profile Socks

We thought we’d heard it all: Golf shoe technology, golf shirt technology, golf sunscreen technology… And then we heard this: “Golf sock technology,” courtesy of a company named Kentwool. Is nothing sacred? What’s next in this technological rat race to ...

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