We’ve all heard golf equipment marketing that promises to take multiple strokes off your handicap. How realistic are these claims? What can you expect from new equipment? We tackle these questions and more in this article where we compare your expectations with reality. New Driver Often a golfer’s first thought when it comes to improving… Continue reading →
The Eqlizr Putter by NXO Golf is an impressive piece of equipment that is moving the needle in Golf Technology. It will maximize your stroke with its very customizable features! There are a few different ways to describe the Eqlizr Putter. We feel that Unstoppable, Unwavering, and Inexorable are definitely the right words to emphasize… Continue reading →
Although putters may not make it into the spotlight as much as drivers and irons, they are still widely popular. Many companies are working extremely hard to advance the technology allowing the everyday golfer to shoot like the pros and the pros to drive their scores even lower below par!
With each new product release, every golf company seems to tote about the revolutionary technology their product features. Often these features are given flashy names like Hammerhead or Jailbreak technology. Manufacturers are always promising these new advancements will revolutionize the industry. How many of these have lived up to or even exceeded the hype? Today… Continue reading →
First Time Fridays is a new summer video series for beginners to get the inside scoop about how to look and feel like a golfer. First Time Fridays is back and we have an exciting video this week! This is new summer series brought to you by Kathryn Newton, Golf Digest and Morton Golf. We… Continue reading →
New SeeMore Putters Coming soon to the Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop including the New SeeMore Giant FGP Model All Putter Models Have SeeMore’s Patented RifleScope Technology (RST) Alignment System, For A True Reference Point For Perfect Alignment And Set Up On Every Putt. This putter is face balanced at impact or “balanced to plane”,… Continue reading →