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Search results for "The end of anchoring"

Jan 2nd, 2016 Article

The end of Anchoring

Goodbye and good riddance to anchored puttiing. The ban has now come into force. It's time to put(t) away the golf zimmer frame.

Aug 25th, 2017 Article

Controversially banned equipment

With a potential ban for green books on the horizon, we’ve looked back at what other bits of golf equipment have been banned in competition (and occasionally had the ban lifted again) throughout the history of golf!

Feb 26th, 2016 Article

Adam Scott Punks Peter Dawson

At the beginning of this year professionals everywhere had to ditch the long putter. Ever wondered where all those now useless not so flat sticks might end up?

Jan 31st, 2018 Article

Fleming Golf Tips Phoenix Open

It's not every day you get golf betting tips from the bloke who helped launch the careers of Will Smith and The Stone Roses. But that's exactly what's occurring here at GolfPunk with Fleming Golf Tips. Not to mention the fact that he has an 80% success rate...

Feb 19th, 2020 Article

The long putter is alive and kicking

It was a fine victory for Adam Scott last weekend, he is a great ball striker, but I must confess I rather sighed when I saw him using a long putter to great effect once again. It was a similar feeling to that I had when Scott won the Masters back in 2013. I’m sorry, but I am with the brigade who consider these long putters cheat sticks.

Nov 14th, 2019 Article

It’s all about the weight

In their never-ending quest to help us folk who don’t swing the club quite so quickly, Cobra have come up with their latest iteration of the popular F-MAX collection which have been re-engineered using new weight-saving technologies. COBRA’s new F-MAX AIRSPEED men’s and women’s clubs deliver a new level of lightweight performance, maximizing clubhead speed, distance and forgiveness for players with moderate swing speeds.

Jan 20th, 2016 Article

Representing: Sam Snead

Seven Majors and a penchant for straw hats. We give you Slammin’ Sam...