Tag: Ping

WITB – June 2017

| June 13, 2017 | 0 Comments
WITB – June 2017

My very first WITB post was written in September of 2015 before I left for the WAGT National Championship in Pennsylvania. Since then a lot has changed. In fact, nothing from that bag remains in play for me today, including the bag itself! All fourteen clubs have changed, I got a new staff bag from […]

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WITB – November 2015

| November 17, 2015 | 0 Comments
WITB – November 2015

Back in September I posted my first “What’s In The Bag” segment that detailed the clubs I play with. WITB posts are pretty popular on other sites when they post pictures of PGA Tour players and their preferred equipment. It’s always interesting to see what the best players in the world play with, and the […]

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WITB – September 2015

| October 1, 2015 | 2 Comments
WITB – September 2015

As a golf blogger, I get to handle many different golf clubs and try many products over the course of a year. As a result, I always get asked about what’s in my bag. Most amateur golfers like me aren’t sponsored by club companies, so our bags tend to be a mix of clubs from […]

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4 Fairway Woods You Need To Try

| August 19, 2015 | 2 Comments
4 Fairway Woods You Need To Try

Whenever a new driver comes out on the market, people want to get it in their hands and try it. The driver is sexy. Despite the fact that you can’t hit more than about 14 drives on a normal golf course, many golfers spend an inordinate amount of time hitting driver on the practice tee. […]

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Ping Introduces New Clubs

| August 10, 2015 | 1 Comment
Ping Introduces New Clubs

Ping Golf is one of those companies that takes their sweet time to launch new products, usually on a two year development cycle. Ping also benefits from one of the most loyal customer bases in the industry, and for good reason. They make quality golf clubs that perform well, and they take care of their […]

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Joke of the Week: Dear Abby

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments
Joke of the Week: Dear Abby

Dear Abby, I have never written to you before, but I really need your advice. I have suspected for some time now that my wife has been cheating on me. I’m seeing the usual signs – phone rings but if I answer, the caller hangs up. My wife has been going out with “the girls” […]

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2014 Holiday Gift Guide

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Every year the offices at intothegrain.com are bombarded with cool gadgets, gifts and products for review. While some of these products aren’t ready for prime time, others immediately get us excited and some even manage to surprise us. With the holidays fast approaching, I thought we could highlight a few of the best gift ideas […]

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2013 PGA Show Hits & Misses – Drivers

| January 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
2013 PGA Show Hits & Misses – Drivers

The 2013 PGA Merchandise Show has come and gone, and the golf world is now ready for all the new toys to come to market. I’ve been going to the PGA Show in Orlando since 1996, and every year some companies come out smelling like roses, and others – not so much. In this “hit […]

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Square Groove Drama – Phil Mickelson Accused of Cheating!

| January 30, 2010 | 0 Comments
Square Groove Drama – Phil Mickelson Accused of Cheating!

As most golf fans are aware, on Jan 1, 2010 a new condition of competition went into effect on the PGA Tour that mandated a change in the shape and volume of grooves on clubs having more than 25 degrees of loft. This new groove rule has caused outrage and much discussion for several months […]

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A Look Back At Club Technology

| June 9, 2009 | 3 Comments
A Look Back At Club Technology

New clubs promising more distance, better accuracy and better feel seem to be released every 6 months, and the USGA is scrambling to keep a muzzle on any technology that might make the game too “easy” to play. Ironic then that for the last 100 years, despite all the improvements in golf club technology, balls that go way further, courses that are playing faster and greens that roll truer, that the average golfer still shoots around 100. As David Feherty once said: “Maybe we’re all supposed to stink at this. It’s our punishment for playing this insane game.”

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