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  1. You can sign up for the L.A.B. Golf email list for a special offer.
  2. Zak's article on the homepage says that these clubs are meant for a very specific group of golfers. But that group probably isn't me or you. And when you think about it, there's probably a ton of people every day who spend $800+ on a driver by the time they add in a custom shaft upcharge and a fitting fee. Hopefully the golfer these clubs are intended for will see a benefit from them. I made a mistake on the article, guys. The price of the driver is $699, not $799. Sorry about that.
  3. GolfWRX is onsite for the Albertsons Boise Open, the second leg of the Web.com Tour Finals. Last year, Michael Thompson won the event, which returns to Hillcrest Country Club in 2017. Enjoy our photos from Boise. Monday's Photos 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Mon. Pt. 1 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Mon. Pt. 2 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Mon. Pt. 3 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Mon. Pt. 4 *Parts 2-4 from GolfWRX Member wedgeaddicted55 Tuesday's Photos 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Tues. Pt. 1 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Tues. Pt. 2 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Tues. Pt. 3 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Tues. Pt. 4 2017 Albertsons Boise Open: Tues. Pt. 5 *Parts 3, 4 from GolfWRX Member wedgeaddicted55 Special Galleries Tom Lovely WITB Ryan Armour WITB Jonathan Randolph WITB Eric Axley WITB Justin Hueber WITB Chris Baker WITB Scott Langley WITB New Odyssey putter covers New Scotty Cameron putter covers Casey Wittenberg WITB
  4. We apologize for our error. We have added the Srixon Z H65 to the list.
  5. But were you able to hit 155mph ball speed with the AP3's?? If so, I'm sold :) I just checked, and the answer is, "YES!" I averaged 155.3 mph with the AP3 3-iron (Project X LX 6.5 shaft, standard length, 1-degree flat, standard loft).
  6. Here's what you need to know about these beauties: http://www.golfwrx.com/457006/miura-launches-mg-collection-irons-cb-2008-cb-1008-and-mb-5005/
  7. GolfWRX is live this week from the 2017 Dell Technologies Open at TPC Boston, which will play as par-71 measuring 7,342 yards for the event. Tournament action begins on Friday morning with the final round scheduled for Labor Day (Monday). As the second-of-four legs in the 2017 FedExCup Playoffs, TPC Boston is set to host the top-100 players on the current FedExCup Points list. Players will need to position themselves inside the top-70 after this event in order to continue onto the BMW Championship. From there, they'll need to occupy a spot inside the top-30 to qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship. After his win at last week's Northern Trust, Dustin Johnson has moved into the No. 1 spot on the points list (he was previously No. 4). Jordan Spieth, who lost in a playoff the Johnson, is in the No. 2 slot, Justin Thomas is No. 3, and Hideki Matsuyama -- who was previously leading the points list, but has dropped after missing the cut -- is No. 4. Last year, Rory McIlroy won the second leg of the FedExCup Playoffs at the 2016 Deutsche Bank Championship, which was also held at TPC Boston. He went onto win the FedExCup Playoffs. McIlroy has some ground to make up to even qualify for the Tour Championship this year, however, as he currently sits in the 43rd position. Check out our photos from the 2017 Dell Technologies Championship below! Tuesday's Photos 2017 Dell Technologies: Tues. Pt. 1
  8. It's that time again, GolfWRX Members. We're asking you to cast your vote for the best hybrids of 2017. In the poll above, please vote for the hybrids that you believe to be the best of the best this year. We're asking you to vote based on your experience testing the clubs and/or gaming them on the course. Which hybrids are the longest-fliers? Which hybrids are the straightest? Which ones are the best in the wind or from long grass? Which feel the best? Which adjustability features work the best? Why? We're asking you to tell us about all those things in this thread, and we'll use your feedback to construct this year's Members Choice: The Best Hybrids of 2017. Thank you for your support! We're excited to share the results with GolfWRXers and the greater golf world.
  9. Hey GolfWRX Members! By now, you've probably read our Front Page coverage on Titleist's new 718 irons that launched last week. And if you've been on the Front Page today, you probably learned the basics about Titleist's new 818 hybrids. The six write-ups that follow are also must-reads. They're the first-hand experiences of six lucky GolfWRX Members who had the opportunity to be fit for Titleist's new 718 irons and 818 hybrids on July 20 at Titleist's Oceanside Test Facility in Oceanside, California. There, I had the opportunity to meet each of these GolfWRX Members and observe their fittings with a Titleist Expert. As you will see in their write-ups, they all had unique experiences and different observations about the new clubs. We hope this collection of different perspectives will help inform you and the greater golf world as we all try to dial in the perfect set of irons. On a personal note, I also had the chance to be fit for a new Titleist 818 hybrid and a set of 718 irons. I arrived with the intention of dialing in a new set of 718 AP2s, but that's not what happened. I loved the extra distance and forgiveness the AP3 irons gave me -- especially the AP3 long irons. The AP3 3-iron was basically as long and as forgiving as the 20-degree 818H2 hybrid I was also fit for at Oceanside, which has me giddy. There's nothing like flushing a 3 iron into a green, and I miss the 3-iron stingers I used to hit frequently before I (semi-) retired my 3 iron. While I test a lot of clubs, I've yet to spend any significant amount playing a set of hot-faced irons on the course. The consistency and feel of the AP3 irons has me thinking that these could be my next set of irons, though. As always, let me and the guys know if you have any questions. We'll do our best to answer!
  10. What are the best fairway woods of 2017? It's time for you, the GolfWRX Community, to cast your votes. In the poll below, please select the three (3) fairway woods you believe are the best-performing models of 2017. Please vote based on your experience testing this year’s new fairway woods. Things to consider include distance, forgiveness, looks and feel. We want to hear about launch angle, spin rate, stability of off-center hits, sound, face angle, adjustability… everything. Once you’ve voted in the poll, please post why you chose the fairway woods you did in the thread below. Don’t forget to tell us about the differences you saw in your fitting between your old gamer and your new gamer. A Note From the GolfWRX Staff: We thank you so much for the support you've offered this year to Members Choice, as you've already helped countless golfers find the The Best Drivers of 2017 and The Best Irons of 2017 by sharing your wisdom and experience. We believe that you, the GolfWRX Community, are the most knowledgable golfers on the planet. We're proud to call you Members and keep rolling through the bag with you.
  11. GolfWRX is onsite this week at the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale for the 146th playing of golf's oldest championship. Dustin Johnson (10/1) enters as the betting favorite this week, followed by John Rahm (12/1), who won the Irish Open just more than a week ago. The 22-year-old Spaniard will be a popular pick to win this week; he's arguably the hottest and most consistent golfer in the world at the moment. The coldest among big name players might be Rory McIlroy (15/1), who Open Championship prep included missed cuts at the Irish and Scottish opens the last two weeks. Royal Birkdale last hosted an Open Championship in 2008, where Padraig Harrington (100/1) pulled away from final round leader Greg Norman and Ian Poulter (90/1) to win by four shots. Returning the Claret Jug this week is Henrik Stenson (20/1), who topped Phil Mickelson (30/1) by three shots in an epic Sunday showdown last year at Royal Troon. Enjoy our photos! General Galleries 2017 Open Championship Photos: Mon. Pt. 1 2017 Open Championship Photos: Mon. Pt. 2 2017 Open Championship Photos: Mon. Pt. 3 2017 Open Championship Photos: Mon. Pt. 4 2017 Open Championship Photos: Tues. Pt. 1 2017 Open Championship Photos: Tues. Pt. 2 2017 Open Championship Photos: Tues. Pt. 3 2017 Open Championship Photos: Tues. Pt. 4 2017 Open Championship Photos: Tues. Pt. 5 2017 Open Championship Photos: Tues. Pt. 6 2017 Open Championship Photos: Wed. Pt. 1 2017 Open Championship Photos: Wed. Pt. 2 2017 Open Championship Photos: Wed. Pt. 3 Special Galleries Royal Birkdale: Photos of the Front Nine Royal Lytham & St. Annes: Photos of the Front Nine Royal Lytham & St. Annes: Photos of the Back Nine Royal Liverpool (Hoylake): Photos of the Front Nine Royal Liverpool (Hoylake): Photos of the Back Nine Jamie Lovemark Mini WITB Russell Knox's new Cleveland putter Odyssey Putter Cover for the 2017 Open Championship Scotty Cameron 2017 Open Championship Putter Cover Phil Mickleson working with two putters
  12. Welcome to the Nashville Golf Open at the Nashville Golf and Athletic Club. This Web.com Tour event benefits the Snedeker Foundation, an organization founded by PGA Tour player (and 2006 Web.com Tour graduate) Brandt Snedeker. Since it was founded in 2012, the Snedeker foundation has raised more than $1 million for charities across Middle Tennessee. Scores are low this year in Nashville, with recent Rex Hospital Open winner Conrad Shindler setting the course record in Round 1 with a 10-under 62. Enjoy our photos for the Web.com Tour! General Galleries 2017 Nashville Golf Open: Thurs. Pt. 1 2017 Nashville Golf Open: Thurs. Pt. 2 2017 Nashville Golf Open: Thurs. Pt. 3 2017 Nashville Golf Open: Thurs. Pt. 4 2017 Nashville Golf Open: Thurs. Pt. 5 Special Galleries Abraham Ancer's custom Odyssey/Toulon putter Scotty Cameron custom cover for Nashville Golf Open
  13. Thanks for joining us, Pete. It was great having you, and we appreciate your time. Looking forward to the next video!
  14. I certainly understand some of the confusion about the categories. It's always challenging to decide what exactly is the cutoff between a players iron, a game-improvement iron and a super game-improvement iron, and just about all golfers have their own definition. That being said, we believe that we categorized these irons as fairly as we could. Please help us out by voting based and providing feedback and what three iron models you voted for and why. We so much value your choices and feedback, and we're looking forward to sharing it with the golf world. And be ready for the SGI list with the Ping G, the Titleist AP1, the Mizuno Hot Metal and the TaylorMade M2. It's coming next!
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