Category Archive: What is in Your Bag?

Feb 25

Relationships with Every Golf Club

Oh, go on and admit it. Those of us who take golf seriously, sometimes too seriously, have anthropomorphised golf clubs into relationships that represent iconic types of delightful and destructive human interactions. I’ve known one or two men through the years who take this to the extreme, and have done it myself just far enough …

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Dec 28

Iconic Golf Brand Origins

Where did Those Hallowed Brand Names Come From? What Products Are Iconic Golf Brands? I can well-remember the power of advertising when I was a kid.  When those Titleists appeared under the tree, I wondered how I could ever lose. If, by chance, they were MacGregors on a particular year, I thought “Well, I might …

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Sep 10

Physics and Irons

Physics Affect on Irons Collegian Has Interesting Idea We all know that the study of physics is a tough one, unless one is brilliantly inclined to the task. If you don’t have that kind of bent, it’s a nightmare. Although we consider physicists as being generally high-intellect people, there are caveats. Brilliant as they may …

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Feb 17

Our Affair with Golf Technology

Learn to Improve As You Buy New Clubs  I enjoy going through pro shops like Fiddler’s Green in Eugene, Oregon – clubs as far as the eye can see, by every major manufacturer.  Express interest, and there you are with a bucket of balls out back, trying them out. However, two things have developed from …

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Oct 15

The Joys of Golf Club Scavenging

  Treasures in Old Golf Clubs   My father used to own a fantastic set of Pings. Not the most predictable golfer in the world, they were good for him, and he improved. The sweet spot was big, and he got to where he could play a creditable round of golf. I would have much …

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