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Published: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 09:39:21 GMT

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New Golf Newsletter

Wed, 03 Sep 2008 04:55:19 GMT

Our April Newsletter just got out, please click the link to get to the online version.



New Golf Lesson: How to get more Distance out of your Shots

Fri, 29 Aug 2008 14:43:10 GMT

If you want to get more distance out of your shots make sure that you are doing the following...



New Golf Lesson: How to play from the deep Rough

Sat, 28 Jun 2008 04:09:10 GMT

Get some great tips from Bobby Eldrige on how to play from deep rough.



New Golf Lesson: How to play a downhill lie

Sat, 28 Jun 2008 04:09:00 GMT

The dreaded downhill lie is arguable one of the most difficult shots in golf. Read this tip on how to play this correctly.



New Golf Club Review: Pinemeadow Golf Command BK Irons (in comparison to the Taylor Made R7 Irons)

Sun, 20 Apr 2008 04:09:10 GMT

The Command BK Irons are built after the very popular TaylorMade R7 Irons and are designed to provide excellent forgiveness and playability for players of all abilities. The design includes a rather large club head - providing for a bigger sweet spot - and a moderate offset to promote a square clubface at impact.



New Golf Club Review: GX Squared Ti Draw Driver from GigaGolf

Mon, 14 Apr 2008 05:22:22 GMT

In this review we take a closer look at the cousin of the highly popular GX Squared Ti Driver which we have reviewed previously on this website. We have received many questions about which of these two clubs to choose, so I think it's warranted to give the GX Squared Ti Draw Driver some special attention.



New Golf Super Deal

Tue, 08 Apr 2008 04:48:20 GMT

The exclusive Pinemeadow Golf DoubleWall Driver is on sale for just $99, was $249 - for better players only as they are 8.5 and 9.5 degrees; includes special graphite shaft and custom fitting.



New Golf Club Review: Pinemeadow Golf Command Q4 Titanium Driver vs the TaylorMade R7 Driver

Mon, 17 Mar 2008 01:18:18 GMT

Expert review of the Pinemeadow Golf Command Q4 Titanium Driver as alternative to the popular TaylorMade R7 Driver. Click the link for details...



New Golf Club Review: Pinemeadow Golf ZR1 Irons vs. Ping G10 Irons

Fri, 07 Mar 2008 03:43:18 GMT

These Pinemeadow ZR1 Irons are true game improvement irons, clearly designed with maximum forgiveness in mind. The increased perimeter weighting and the slight shift of the center of gravity towards the lower toe of the club head results in a bigger sweet spot, giving more consistent ball contact. This is also aided by a...



Review of the Pinemeadow Golf ZR1 Driver

Wed, 05 Mar 2008 04:18:20 GMT

The club boasts the maximum USGA allowed head volume of 460 cc which, together with a massive club face of 11" bulge (= distance from left to right edge of club face) and 9" roll (= total height of club face) instil great confidence at address. One of our high handicap testers...



New Golf Video Lesson - How to avoid Chipping too far

Sun, 02 Mar 2008 03:30:13 GMT

This short Golf Video Lesson shows you a valuable tip on how to avoid Chipping too far.



New Golf Video Lesson - Which side of the tee box should you use?

Thu, 21 Feb 2008 07:28:33 GMT

This golf tip shows you which side of the tee-box you should use depending on your golf club and the lay-out of the fairway.



New Golf Video Lesson - Learn from your Game and adjust it accordingly

Fri, 15 Feb 2008 03:25:23 GMT

Analyze your golf game and make the necessary adjustments before or during a round of golf by following this great golf tip.



Characteristics of a Wood Club Face: Loft, Face Angle, Bulge and Roll

Sat, 26 Jan 2008 05:24:21 GMT

Loft is the vertical angle formed between the club face and the hosel (where shaft and club head are connected). A driver has usually the lowest loft of all woods, ranging somewhere from 7 to 13 degrees. The loft causes the ball to spin: once the ball touches the club face it will start to quickly roll up the face, causing it to rotate around its horizontal axis. This spin is good as it will make the ball fly further and...



Review of the GX Squared Ti Driver by GigaGolf

Thu, 24 Jan 2008 04:20:20 GMT

The GX Squared Ti Driver is one of the most successful (and best selling!) 'new generation' clubs, modelled after Callaway's FT-i. This new genre of non-traditional looking clubs seems to get a fast growing following, especially amongst mid to high handicappers. And it is exactly this group of golfers that will benefit most from the odd shape...



Review of the Pinemeadow Command BK Irons

Sat, 05 Jan 2008 02:19:19 GMT

To be honest this was the first time I played irons that were black rather than matt or polished steel, so it took a moment to get used to it. The shining black color gives the irons a unique look, very elegant and sophisticated...



Our Recommendations for a Beginners Golf Club Set

Sat, 05 Jan 2008 02:19:17 GMT

There is no need for a beginner to buy the golf set that your favourite PGA Golfer plays. Besides the fact that these clubs will be too difficult to play they are also way too expensive...



Review of the Pinemeadow Excel Strong Irons

Tue, 01 Jan 2008 12:19:18 GMT

The most obvious characteristics of these irons is their wide sole, partially due to the notch cavity at the back of the clubhead. This, together with the bevelled toe reduce the turf drag when hitting in the rough...



Review of the Integra Quadratic Square Driver

Tue, 01 Jan 2008 12:19:17 GMT

While it's looks may no be for everyone it seems the square head will be the new trend for Titanium drivers. The Integra Quadratic Square Driver is modelled after the Callaway FT-i which has been very successful...



Updated: How to Find the Right Ball for Your Game

Mon, 03 Dec 2007 03:05:13 GMT

Years ago, everyone played with a soft, easy-cutting, natural rubber, balata-covered ball--whether you were a scratch player or a 25 handicap. Today, you're lucky to have numerous choices. However, options don't necessarily make things easier. In fact, finding the right ball for your game can be confusing. Rather than have you spend hours researching your options, we did it for you.



Holiday Gifts and Specials for Golfers

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 04:56:23 GMT

This website has put together some incredible offers from several merchants, all including substantial savings or added freebies. If there is a Golfer in your life who deserves a gift you need to check this out.



New Golf lesson - Read Putting Greens Like the Pros

Mon, 26 Nov 2007 04:56:22 GMT

Putting is a combination of the mind, reading and execution. I have maintained my handicap over the last twenty years simply by increasing my prowess on the green, while age has negatively impacted most of the other parts of my game...



The Benefits of Club Fitting - Why you should consider getting custom Golf Clubs

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 03:22:14 GMT

There are an infinite number of excuses in golf for hitting a bad shot, but few sound more irrational than blaming your clubs. But in some cases, blaming a bad shot on your clubs may not be ridiculous at all...



Golf Deal of the Month: 50% off at Pinemeadow Golf's pre-owned Sale

Thu, 18 Oct 2007 03:20:13 GMT

Reminder: Now through October 31st save an additional 50% on all Pre-Owned Golf Clubs. Here's your opportunity to own their exclusive clubs at a fraction of the new price. Pre-Owned Clubs are limited to stock on hand. When they're gone, they're gone, so act now!



Even more Golf Videos added: New Section on Golf Swing Analysis

Fri, 28 Sep 2007 07:24:31 GMT

A whole new section with slow motion analysis of popular Golf Pro's golf swings



New Golf Videos added: New Section of 6 Putting Videos

Tue, 25 Sep 2007 07:09:38 GMT

A whole new section on putting videos has been added, hope it helps your game



New Golf Swing Tips added: Swing Tips page 2

Mon, 24 Sep 2007 10:13:08 GMT

Since this section seemed very popular we've increased the number of swing tips with a second page



New Golf Clubs Golf: Pinemeadow Golf just released the BLOC Fairway Woods

Wed, 19 Sep 2007 10:56:08 GMT

PinemeadowGolf has now officially announced the arrival of the BLOC Fairway Woods, the perfect companion to their highly popular BLOC Square Driver



New Golf Travel Article: Golf in Hawaii (including images!)

Tue, 18 Sep 2007 16:48:09 GMT

Golfing in Hawaii provides some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Hawaii's isolated location deep in the heart of the Pacific ensures that a golfing experience on these islands will definitely be a memorable one...



New Golf Club Coupons: 15% off selected, very popular clubs from Gigagolf

Fri, 14 Sep 2007 08:44:29 GMT

15% off the popular KC2 Fairway Woods (Taylor Made r7 Woods alternative), the GX920 Irons (Callaway X-18 Irons alternative) and the C9 Hybrids (like Ping Rapture Hybrids)



Golf Product Review: C9 c455 Metal Woods (as alternative to the Ping Rapture Fairway Woods)

Sat, 08 Sep 2007 16:54:21 GMT

The C9 c455 Metal Woods are part of GigaGolfs premium Cloud 9 series of clubs. What sets them apart from other stainless steel woods is that they are built using legendary Carpenter Technology Corporations proprietary c455 stainless steel alloy. The club is high-tech, but does it perform? Read our review to find out...



Golf Product Review: C9 VFT Composite Driver (as alternative to the Ping Rapture Driver)

Fri, 07 Sep 2007 15:44:21 GMT

The flagship of GigaGolfs new Clound 9 series, the C9 VFT Composite Driver, epitomizes the most recent development in club head technology: the use of composite material to replace titanium. The club is high-tech and beautiful to look at, but does it perform? Read our review to find out...



Golf Product Review: C9 Ti Face Insert Irons (as alternative to the Ping Rapture Irons)

Fri, 07 Sep 2007 15:43:20 GMT

C9 Ti Face Insert Irons are based on the technology found in the Ping Rapture irons. Like those the C9 Ti Face Insert irons are made of a combination of titanium, steel and tungsten. The titanium club face is welded to a hollow steel 'rim', and a tungsten weight added into the toe to balance the clubhead...