Category Archive: Golf Equipment Notes

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 …

Continue reading »

Aug 26

Understanding Shaft Weight, Torque and Kick Point

PGA Pro Talks Golf Shafts Since many golfers read the club reviews posted on Women’s Golf Center, I thought this would be an appropriate time to discuss different aspects of the golf shaft. In fact, many golfers don’t understand the technical aspects and performance of the golf shaft. While players continue to purchase new equipment, …

Continue reading »

Aug 22

Cobra AMP CELL Fairway Wood

PGA Pro’s Review of the Cobra AMP CELL Fairway Wood The Cobra AMP CELL fairway wood is designed with a traditional club shape design and packed with new technology. Cobra’s MyFly technology allows you to adjust loft and maximize distance and trajectory with six settings. The AMP CELL fairway can be adjusted from 13 to …

Continue reading »

Aug 10

Cobra AMP CELL Hybrid Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Cobra AMP CELL Hybrid The Cobra AMP CELL Hybrid features all of Cobra’s proprietary technology molded together to make another solid hybrid. Similar to the driver and fairway, the AMP CELL hybrid combines the MyFly, SmartPad and E9 technology, all designed to make the Amp Cell a top performing hybrid. …

Continue reading »

Jul 26

Cobra Amp Cell Iron Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Cobra Amp Cell Iron Cobra created a fantastic looking line of irons, beginning with the AMP CELL. Similar to the other Cobra products, golfers will have their choice of colors, including the stock silver, or custom selection of orange, blue or red. While the iron is a silver color, the …

Continue reading »

Jul 21

Cobra AMP CELL Pro Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the COBRA AMP CELL PRO IRONS At first glance, there is no question the Cobra AMP CELL Pro irons are geared toward a low handicap player. Designed from a Rickie Fowler prototype and input from other Tour players, in my opinion, the Cobra Amp Cell Pro Iron is the best looking …

Continue reading »

Jul 15

Cobra Amp Forged Iron Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Cobra Amp Forged Iron Review Although the Cobra Amp Forged irons are a players club, they instantly grab your attention with a bright orange cavity and attractive appearance. They are actually really flashy, which sets them apart from the majority of players irons. The club head design is very attractive, …

Continue reading »

Jul 13

Cobra AMP CELL Driver Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Cobra AMP CELL Driver Cobra is making the purchase of a driver so much easier with the release of the AMP CELL driver. The AMP CELL is loaded with new technology, highlighted by Cobra’s MyFly Technology that provides the ability to change the setup to six different loft settings. Golfers …

Continue reading »

Jul 08

TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Fairway Wood

TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Fairway Wood

PGA Pro’s Review of the TaylorMade RBZ Stage 2 Fairway Wood TaylorMade continues the tradition of their non-glare white crown with the RocketBallz Stage 2 fairway wood line. In addition, the grey and yellow graphics add a trendy twist to the appearance. The Stage 2 fairway wood is designed with a black club face with …

Continue reading »

Jun 29

Nike VRS Forged Iron Review

PGA Pro’s Review of the Nike VRS Forged Iron The Nike VR_S Forged is a solid looking iron, perfect for a mid handicap player featuring a cavity back design, medium width sole and top line. As the name suggests, they are a forged club head. The NIKE Mens VR S Irons look easy enough to …

Continue reading »

Older posts «

» Newer posts