Monday, November 19, 2012

New Mizuno Golf Clubs

Last week, Mizuno announced the introduction of some new additions to their golf club arsenal. Here's a look at the MP-H4 Iron set and the JPX-825 Woods. If you ask me, Mizuno needs to get a little more creative on naming their clubs. This comes shortly after Puma/Cobra announced their new club line, 'The Baffler'. Here's a look at what Mizuno came up with...

Norcross, GA (November 15, 2011) – Mizuno, the industry leader in iron technology and development, today announced the launch of its revolutionary new iron set that offers serious golfers the most forgiving and playable MP irons in Mizuno’s storied history, the MP-H4’s. Utilizing a seamless blend of hollow hybrid long irons and half-cavity scoring irons, Mizuno’s patented Grain Flow Forging process provides players with a soft, solid, consistent feel throughout the set. They also announced the addition of the JPX-825 lineup of woods to the already popular JPX-825 iron family. Created with balanced performance, extreme distance and uncompromised forgiveness in mind, Mizuno’s new family includes the JPX-825 Driver, JPX-825 Fairway Wood and JPX-825 Hybrid.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Lehman Cruises to Second Straight Schwab Cup Title

Tom Lehman fired a 5-under 65 Sunday to sail to victory at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship, becoming the first Champions Tour player to win the season-long Charles Schwab Cup in consecutive years.

Lehman finished the event at Desert Mountain Golf Club at 22-under 258, six strokes ahead of runner-up Jay Haas. He entered the week in second place in the season-long points race behind Bernhard Langer, but was able to overtake Langer with a dominating performance in Scottsdale, Ariz.

"It feels great," he said after the round. "To have everyone here, to win this in my hometown, means a lot."

Lehman becomes the fifth player to win the Charles Schwab Cup twice in its 12-year history, but the first to pull off the feat in back-to-back seasons. Hale Irwin, Tom Watson, Jay Haas and Loren Roberts each won the championship twice across respective three-year spans.

Langer, the 2010 overall champion, matched Lehman's 65 Sunday to finish the week in sixth place. Fred Couples, who entered the final round one shot behind Lehman, made only one birdie Sunday and struggled to a 3-over 73 to finish in a tie for fourth, nine shots off the pace.

After the round, Lehman shared thoughts on his long-time swing coach Jim Flick, who is currently battling cancer.

"The last four days have been somewhat difficult, trying to fight back tears at times," explained Lehman, who was emotional upon holing his final putt Sunday. "(Jim) has meant a great deal to me and I never would have gotten to where I've gotten in golf without him."

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

John Daly Closes in on European Tour Card

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – John Daly has a chance to be fully exempt and set his own schedule next year for the first time since 2006.

Just not on the PGA Tour.

After consecutive rounds of 63-86 in Las Vegas contributed to a last-place finish, Daly missed the cut in the Open and the McGladrey Classic, losing a great chance at finishing in the top 125 on the PGA Tour money list. He did not ask for an exemption into final official event at Disney for a couple of reasons – he has never played particularly well there, and he still has a chance to qualify for the European Tour finale in Dubai.

Daly is No. 88 on the European Tour money list, courtesy of a fourth-place finish in Qatar, along with his tie for 11th in the Sicilian Open and tie for 18th in PGA Championship at Kiawah Island. He is about $226,336 short of the cutoff to qualify for the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai, which makes this next month important.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Ryder Cup 2012: Hospital Encourages Fans to "Move on the Course"

Readers probably remember that while I am a golf blogger by night, I also work in healthcare during the day. Walking and cardiovascular exercise is something I take very seriously, so when the Hospital for Special Surgery informed me of their newest campaign aligned with the Ryder Cup, I had to write a quick post.

As the official hospital of The PGA of America, HSS is encouraging spectators to get moving by giving away pedometers as part of the “Let’s Move on Course!” initiative starting next week. A total of 25,000 pedometers will be given away with a limited supply distributed each day at Medinah Country Club on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition, fans that scan their ticket at the “Let’s Move on Course!” booth or create a “walking” account and track their steps at can enter to win an autographed pin flag by Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III.

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Local Las Vegas Golf

Hot, dry, bright lights and golf: if you have not figured it out yet, we are talking about Las Vegas. When the city first started being developed, Las Vegas boomed when the President Herbert Hoover green lighted the building of the Boulder Dam. (Boulder Dam was later renamed by the Truman administration Hoover Dam) During the construction of the damn, Las Vegas’ population boomed from a little town population of 5,000 to a staggering 25,000 practically overnight.

Monday, August 6, 2012

Choosing the Right Collegiate Golf Bag

For those of us who have a deep running passion for the sport of golf and a love affair with that special college team, we like to sport our collegiate heritages where ever we go. I have seen whole cars painted the color of their favorite sports team, I have seen license plates with U.S.C. or Running Rebels logos, t-shirts, shorts, hats, gloves, jackets, I can keep going on and on for another whole page, but I will save you the pain. The point is we love to show our school pride. Some of us are not even our favorite teams Alumni; we just might be from that state and love our hometowns. (Go Gophers!)

The point is we sport our teams everywhere, why not the golf course?

Some of you might already have yourself a collegiate golf stand bag and rock it every weekend, and brag about how well your guys did last season or how you are going to stomp out the competition this season.

The trouble is there are a few companies that produce these collegiate golf bags, the question is which company makes the highest quality of product and who offers more bang for your buck.

The first company we are going to look at is Ping Golf. Ping has roughly 33 schools to choose from and Ping as a golf company offers high quality product throughout their whole entire product line from golf bags to golf clubs. The Ping Collegiate Golf Bags are made in the Hoofer model and the starting price is 189.99.

Now that we looked at a golf power house like Ping Golf, let us look a company that focuses mainly on the production of strictly golf accessories; Sun Mountain Golf. Sun Mountain offers a wider selection than Ping with their selection and also has a very high quality product line. The problem is Sun Mountain is more expensive than Ping. Only $10.00 more but still, ever since the economy tanked a penny saved is a penny earned and I love earning my penny’s.

The Sun Mountain collegiate stand bag features a 6-way top offering plenty of room for you to store all your clubs spaciously. The bag also displays 3 different school logos on different sides of the bag. Sun Mountain offers their collegiate bags in either a cart bag or a stand bag, the cart bag is only $30.00 more than the stand bag, making the grand total $229.00.

Another major player in the collegiate golf bag game is Team effort. Team effort is actually a sub-company of a major sports apparel manufacturer, Nike. Team effort are hands down (personal opinion) the better of the three options listed. They have great pricing starting at $149.00, a whole forty bucks cheaper than the competition. Just because the bags cost is cheaper doesn’t mean Team Effort cut any corners on the production of their equipment.

Team Effort also offers, besides a high quality product, the option of personal embroidery. You can get your name blasted on the side of your bag for no extra charge, a pretty cool feature that is available if you opt to choose it. If you like the styles of Team Effort you will also like the amazing feature on the cart bag of a built in cooler. When I first found the Cooler Cart Bag had a built in cooler, I thought that was the coolest thing I have ever heard of.

As always with golf, it all boils down to your own personal opinion and what you like. Find a company that fills your needs and go for it.

This article was written by Richard Hart from Vegas Golf Inc.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Optimizing Your Golf Bag

Many of us all over the world truly fell in love with the game of golf which is baffling at times, but also can be very rewarding. The biggest downside to the game, many of us love and enjoy, is we are all our own biggest competition. Nobody can take us out of the game quicker than ourselves; one terrible shot can through us off our axis for the rest of the days, trying to get back to the state of mind we were at teeing off from the first tee box.

This is a tough feat to achieve when we have no confidence in our equipment that we are using. Many of us try to figure out what the best set of irons to use, which driver will give me the max distance, which putter will give me the best spin. I don’t know about you, but I am plagued by these questions, I don’t only enjoy golf, I obsess over it.

I have found when my confidence is broke my faith that my golf clubs are the top of the line and best for me usually gets me back to a level headed state. It took a lot of work on my part to prepare my psyche like that, first things first is I had to find the Men's Golf Club Set which I thought was the best for me. I opted for the Adams a12 OS for the reason of it is a very forgiving iron, something I can trust to get me out of trouble when I’m in it thick.

Now that I have the Men's Golf Club Sets I am comfortable with I have to go to my local shop where I can get the necessary work done. I went down to my local shop Vegas Golf and I spoke with the manager, took a few swings on the lie bored, got my measurements done and they promptly adjusted my irons lie and adjusted the length. I am fairly tall at 6’03 so we had to add some extensions to get the length of the club perfectly optimized for myself.

Now I got my Irons set I needed a putter, I don’t care who you are, if your short game up to par you can’t make birdies. I have met very few people who got the ball to go in the hole from 50 feet out; unless your Tiger Woods get yourself a decent putter.

With so many putters to choose from how are we supposed to know which one is best for us? Well, you can go the way many amateurs have with the belly putter. Although if you go that route with the belly putter you may be disappointed in 2014, when the UPGA might vote to ban the belly putter. My best suggestion is to go and get you a 33”, 34” or 35” blade putter and start practicing. Odyssey has just released a new putter called the flip face putter, giving you the option of having either a white ice insert or the option for the new metal x technology. Giving you the best shot on having a winning round of golf depending on whether the greens are fast or slow.

I have no suggestions when it comes to purchasing a driver. I am afraid it really all comes down to personal opinion. Maybe add a few extra inches in length, but other than that you are on your own.

This article was written by Richard G. Hart from Vegas Golf Inc.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Golf Gamebook: USA vs. Europe Golf Challenge

The future of golf tournaments is here; for the first time all golfers in the USA and in Europe can enjoy golf together, regardless of age, gender or HCP. The six-week GameBook Cup, is open to all golfers from the two continents and can be played on any course in the world. With the help of the latest mobile technology, the GameBook Cup offers a more social and equal way of experiencing golf. Join Here

Inspired by the legendary golf tournament the Ryder Cup, the GameBook Cup launches as the first transatlantic golf challenge of its kind ever. All golfers from the USA and Europe are invited to play in the fun and friendly golf challenge. Experienced team captains have been nominated; Team USA has British Open Champion Stewart Cink as the Captain, and Team Europe is led by European Tour golfer Johan Edfors.

“I think this is a wonderfully innovative idea. In honor of the Ryder Cup year I think it is appropriate to expand the joy of golf with a truly global approach. And, I think that GameBook team’s creativity in utilizing social media and the latest technology is exceptional. Golf tournaments are fun and social, but they can be so much more with this new golf app. I will do my best to build to great Team USA.”, praises British Open Champion Stewart Cink.

“I had an opportunity to test this golf concept last year in a tournament between two nations, Sweden and Finland. It was very engaging and an extremely fun experience. I will recommend my fellow pros to join this contest. My vision is to have a diverse Team Europe, professionals and amateurs playing together.” says Johan Edfors, Captain of Team Europe in the GameBook Cup and three-time winner of European Tour events.

“Both in the US and in Europe we value the important landmark tournaments. The encouraging and inspiring culture deserves to be further embraced, and that’s what we are doing. GameBook Cup differs only by the fact that anyone can participate. And to make things more interesting, we will throw some nice prizes to random participants each week.” says Mikko Rantanen, CEO of GameBook Inc.

“We have managed to fine-tune our golf app and the supporting mobile technology into such good shape that we decided to put it to a real tough test. And of course, we wanted to offer an unforgettable golf experience to all golf lovers in the USA and in Europe.” says Kalle Väinölä, Founder of GameBook, PGA pro.

“The only thing a golfer has to do is to play a round of golf anywhere in the world and enter his or her scorecard using Golf GameBook. We will automatically include all scores from golfers who are registered respectively in the USA or in any European country”, continues Kalle Väinölä.

The world’s largest golf challenge will be held between July 30th and September 9th, 2012, and it is free for golfers and golf clubs.

For more details about the GameBook Cup

About Golf GameBook

Golf GameBook has provided live scoring and leaderboards at hundreds of events in Europe and the US, including the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship Pro-Am.Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus have hosted their own events with Golf GameBook Live Scoring; Arnold Palmer’s Kingdom Cup (2011 and 2012), and Jack Nicklaus International Invitational (2011). The Stanford Men’s Golf team used Golf GameBook for living scoring at its recent Amer Ali Invitational event in January. Golf GameBook was featured recently in the Apple iTunes App Store Highlights section in the Nordic region, a position that has only been achieved by a relative few Nordic companies, including Rovio, publisher of the popular ‘Angry Birds’ franchise.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Golf Shoes Today

The game of golf today is revolutionizing before our eyes. It was not too long ago when drivers were made from solid wood with cyclic, fiber glass, graphite or aluminum inserts. If any of you remember what those look like, you had a sweet spot of about a centimeter; I still can’t rap my head around how these old timers could actually make solid contact from the tee box.

Luckily for most of us, this is no longer the case. Besides having 455cc heads with graphite shafts with club face’s the size of small hand, we are even spoiled with having the luxuries of adjustable technology in many of our drivers. Us golfers in the modern age are given the opportunity today to adjust our hozels to best suit our needs, we can also alter our club faces’ loft and lie with a simple twist of a key. What scientist and engineers are doing in the laboratories of the major manufacturers is simply amazing and it gives us golf players more advantages than ever when trying to stripe the fairways on a long, straight par 5; making the game of golf more enjoyable than it has ever been before.

The advances in golf have not only been contained to long clubs neither. Odyssey has developed a brand new technology giving golfers multiple choices in their short game. In April Odyssey debuted the new Flip Face putter on the market, which gives golfers the option of putting with either the new Metal-X insert face or the alternative of swapping to the ever so popular White Ice face insert. Having this choice, golfers can go out before the day starts and decide whether they need the white ice face for faster greens or the aluminum Metal-X inserts for slower.

Golf clubs seems to be the majority focus on the latest golf technologies, but are not limited too. Golf shoes also have had a major over-hauling through the years. Golf shoes today are just as essential to golfers looking to get the best performance from every swing as the latest and greatest drivers, irons or putters. Many companies like Nike or Adidas are constantly creating new designs and incorporating new breakthrough technologies helping golfer’s performances along the way. Many of the technologies shoe companies are incorporating into the design of the shoe; from waterproof fabrics to power flex soles, all are commonly used throughout the industry.

However, sometimes many brands hi-tech developments will be exclusive solely to that company, even exclusive to just one type of product they are offering that year, making their products much more of a commodity than their competitors. For example, Nike released a pair of the Nike Zoom TW ’12 Men’s Golf Shoes, a pair of golf shoes Tiger Woods himself has been requesting for years now like a bad song you hate to love from the 80’s. After years of persistence, Nike in collaboration with Tiger designed a brand new golf shoe with the comfort of a pair of running shoes, but the bold looks of a solid golf shoe we are all used to from Nike Golf.

Nike is not the only brand giving their latest line of shoes a boost of performance with revolutionary ideas. Adidas, another long standing sovereignty, has recently introduced to the world THiNTech spikes. The whole idea behind THiNTech spikes was brining golfers lower to the ground, making them more stable in the back swing to the follow through, making for better ball striking capabilities. As golfers we know solid form, and perfect technique go astronomically further than raw power, and Adidas surely understands that too. Besides having the low-profile allotting for better balance Adidas has also built the THiNTech cleats with anti-clogging capabilities, offering more stability and support that we need each shot we take.

This would not be an article worth reading if we did not include the world’s leader in golf shoes, FootJoy. FootJoy has recently released a brand new shoe which they claim, is the most technologically advanced golf shoe to date. The New XPS-1 which stands for Xtreme Platform Stability accurately depicts what the shoe is offers people in those three words. FootJoy has built the new XPS-1 with Xtreme Out Sole, a technology that widens the sole with outriggers, automatically widening the natural stance of golfers creating more stability. The XOS technology also gives aide to the golfers who are finding themselves rolling their ankles on the follow through of the swing. FootJoy also gave the foot bed of the shoe Heel Lock, a raised silicone print where the heel of the foot would be, which prevents golfers from slipping in the shoe giving even more stability and control. All of these technologies with in the shoe collaborate together, elevating every golfer who uses these shoes level of play.

These forward movements in golf shoe developments are not limited to only major manufacturers that are being played on the PGA Tour. There is a plethora of small companies innovating brand new looks and practical technologies throughout the country. For an example, A-Game Golf has built a shoe with what they call Brisole Technology. What this actually is, is they have incorporated tiny bristles to the outer sole of their golf shoes, and enabling golfers to swipe clean the face of their irons or wedges freeing the club from dirt and debris with a simple flick of the foot. Fastening this feature to their golf shoes makes it much easier for golfers to stay focused on the pin, eliminating the need of going back and forth to their respected golf bags for a towel just to dust off the club before they swing.

There are many more technologies I did not get the opportunity to discuss that are available on the market. My suggestion to everybody is find out your weaknesses in your golf swing and find out where a good pair of golf shoes will be able to assist in your all-around play. The majority of players think a brand new pair of golf clubs, or the latest techniques will lower our handicaps, when maybe all you need to do is invest in a little more in the shoe department.

This article was written by Richard Hart from Vegas Golf Inc.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Golfshake Growth Goes From Strength to Strength, Europe's largest online golf score tracking service and community website for all golfers, continues it's growth throughout 2012 recording a record breaking month during May despite the continued unsettled and unseasonal golfing weather across the UK. 

Following exceptional traffic growth in 2011, 2012 continues to see site traffic up per month by 60% year on year with May 2012 recording the largest month ever for visitors and unique visitors.

Visitors to the site are not only using the score tracker but analysis shows that more and more golfers are using the site on a more regular basis to access the golf forums, golf news and features plus the in-depth golf course directory which includes over 35,000 independent golf course reviews.  As well as 35,000 course reviews over 50,000 course ratings have been added to the golf course system and recent reports show that consumers searching for golf course reviews is up by 400% over the last 18 months.

Managing Director Darren Ramowski said, 'We realise that golfers just like consumers in other retail industries are keen to gather as much information before playing a new course or booking a new course.  At Golfshake we are committed to providing the number one resource for golf course information and continue to adapt our system to provide the best information possible along with our own reviews and destination features.'

To ensure Golfshake leads the way with it's core and industry leading free online score tracking application several new developments have been added to the service over last 6 months.  Along with tracking scores online the system provides an in-depth 'My Game' section providing golfers with their strengths and weaknesses allowing them to set goals based on their own stats or benchmarks from analysis of over 1 million rounds of golf.

A players strengths and weaknesses is analysed across recent rounds as well as individual rounds within an 'How did I do' section providing a snapshot across 14 stats to show how their game stacks up.  One member commented,  'I have found the recent updates a great addition and I believe that it has assisted me greatly in reducing my handicap by 11 shots in 12 months.'

Further incentives to play more golf and play better golf, alongside the trend analysis, is the Golfshake awards which are automatically assigned when golfers add rounds which are then automatically allocated if someone records their first birdie, breaks 80, records a birdie streak of 3 in a row or from any of the other awards available. started back in 2007 but the core Golfscoretracker score tracking service has been in operation since 2001.   Statistics now show over 150k visits per month, 1million+  page impressions per month,1 million+ rounds recorded and tracked online to date and during May over 100,000 email stat reports and over 40,000 round reports were emailed out to golfers using the score tracking system.

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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Golf Shoes: Nike vs. Adidas

Many golfers have a personal preference to what brand they like to shop, from golf shoes to drivers to irons. People, growing up may have received a set of Callaway Big Bertha’s when they were younger, and feel a product loyalty to Callaway and only golf Callaway equipment. Others may have remembered when Tiger Woods was signed by Nike Golf in the mid 90’s, then proceeded to become a power house in the golf world, dominating every tournament on the PGA. In turn their thinking went directly to, if I golf with Nike, I will become the best golfer on my local links.

It is these type of prejudices that holds back golfers from using the best product available on the golf market. I am going to write, in this installment, about the major men’s golf shoe manufacturers. I will compare Nike Golf to Adidas Golf, giving you the pros of each individual company. Also note, that these are not the only companies that offer golf shoes, there is a slew of golf shoe manufacturers that may offer better products, better prices and overall better customer service, but you are going to have to do your own research on companies that I will not be listing.

Let us first look at Nike Golf. Nike Golf Shoes are priced on a wide range from $90.00-$230.00 and everywhere in between. Nike makes their shoes from a number of different materials, all depending on the shoe you purchase. The Nike Air Tour Saddle II which retails for a cool 90 bucks, is crafted from %100 leather uppers, while the Nike Lunar Ascend, the more modernly designed shoe, is constructed from Hyper Fuse technology; Nike claims this technology optimizes durability.

Nike Golf also claims some of their products being waterproof, backing them by a waterproof warranty, some being a one year warranty, others two. Nike Zoom TW 2012, Nike Air Range WP, and the Nike Zoom Trophy are a few on the list that are back by the warranty. Now mind you these are limited warranty’s, meaning you can’t jump into the water hazard on your local par 5 to fetch your ball, the go back to Nike and say your shoe is falling apart due to water damage. However, on rainy days you can guarantee your foot will be dry and protected no matter how much the sky’s pour.

If you are looking for the higher end type of golf shoe, the shoes that employ every technology in them, except for microwave technology, and are willing to spend in excess of $200.00, Nike can sure suit your tastes. Including the New Nike Zoom TW 2012, manufactured for Tiger Woods, Designed by Tiger Woods with Nike Free Technology, the cream of the crop in Nike Golf Technologies. The Free technology actually conforms to the human foot, giving golfers feet the flexibility of being barefoot, while still giving traction and protection.

The final overview on Nike is great quality products backed by Nike’s confidence in all the goods they offer throughout their different lines. The negatives, the shoes are very expensive and probably over-priced, they also have a very limited selection when it comes to integrated traction soles; the hottest and up and coming technology on the market for golf shoes.

We have looked at the super-power Nike; now let us look at another sports sovereignty, Adidas. Adidas has been in cahoots with TaylorMade golf since 1997, wrecking the other competition in golf sports merchandise including golf clubs, golf equipment and most importantly, golf shoes.

Let me clarify that TaylorMade handles the Golf Clubs and Adidas handles the apparel along with Ashworth, but today are only concern is with Adidas.

Adidas along with Nike has a very wide price range on golf shoes; although no discount golf shoes, the starting rate for Adidas is at $87.00 with the Adidas adiCROSS Golf shoes, one of three golf shoes on the 2012 Adidas line with an integrated spike sole. The other two are the Adidas Pure Motion and the Adidas Cross Flex, prices ranging from $99.00-119.00. The cheapest conventional shoe on the product line (conventional meaning spiked sole) would be the Adidas Power Band 4.0 costing $144.00.

All of the shoes from Adidas Golf are crafted from full-grain leather, giving the necessary durability all golfers need and want. Adidas also backs some of their shoes available with a waterproof warranty, the downside, when compared to Nike, is it only comes with two different styles you can choose from. One is the Power Bands the other is the adiPURE which retails at $249.00, which makes me wonder, how quality are the products coming off the Adidas assembly line?

To sum up Adidas in a few short words, they have very stylish shoe make ups they offer. Adidas also offers a decent selection of integrated spike shoes, with three different models, varying in over 12 different colors. The downside is, the general selection is very limited, marketing only 7 different style variations, not exactly a wide variety of choices. The prices are generally the same as Nike, no positive there; it really is starting to look a bit shaky for Adidas.

I am going to let you be the final judge of what company is better. Maybe you have special unique experience with one of these two companies, maybe you will have an opinion that may need to be heard. But these are not my personal opinions I have shared with you, these are just the cold hard facts. No bias on end, I actually prefer using Ecco Golf Shoes, I believe though, other than FootJoy, these are the one and two companies on the top of the market. I truly hope I have shed some light on the subject for you as a consumer, nothing less and nothing more.

This article was written by Richard Hart from Vegas Golf Inc.

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Zach Johnson Reflects on his Recent Win

It was an amazing feeling to raise the trophy at Colonial as Crowne Plaza Invitational champion. My game has been really strong and I've taken advantage where it's been appropriate to attack the course. This is a good time to be playing well, carrying positive momentum into the U.S. Open.

Another highlight this year has been joining GolfLogix. On the PGA Tour we are fortunate to have caddies and detailed yardage books for every course. You have a tool that's just as good, with aerial flyovers, club tracking, precise distances to the pin or other key points on a hole and the ability to write digital yardage book notes. I've really enjoyed using these tools within the coolest app in golf.

In addition to the app itself, getting to know the GolfLogix leadership and interacting with the community has been outstanding. The team in Scottsdale is smart and innovative, creating incredible technology that we all enjoy to play better golf.

I've also received generous support from many members, who have sent me Twitter messages about their GolfLogix experiences and my performance on Tour. Believe me when I say that I read them all. Thanks for your encouragement. Keep it coming!

Hope you're all in full swing with your golf seasons. If you haven't yet tried the new GolfLogix features, check them out. They'll have a positive impact on how you play.



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