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Southwest Greens, with branches throughout the world, remains our choice for synthetic putting surfaces. We know its quality firsthand, because Golf Digest has a 450-square-foot putting green by the company in our office on the 27th floor of One World Trade Center in New York, a devilish nylon surface of subtle contours designed by Jack
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You’re probably familiar with NetJets and Wheels Up, if only because tour players will shout out these private-aviation companies quite often. These leaders in private-jet flights sponsor a number of tour pros—who get a number of flights as part of their deals—and they also work with players who can afford the cost to fly private
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When you think of foods you want to eat during a round of golf, a great thing to remember is how wood burns in a fireplace. (Stay with us for a moment.) Things such as pretzels, chips, cookies, crackers, etc., are like kindling. They burn super fast and leave you hungry, fatigued and distracted—feelings you
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No matter the budget, you can tee it up with the best options the simulator realm has to offer. On the luxury end of the spectrum resides GOLFZON’s Vision. Rather than a standard mat, a user can replicate various course conditions like fairway, rough or sand positions on a moving swing plate. This plate gives
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Getting to the golf course in style might evoke images of stretch limos or chartered helicopters, but how about a cruise ship? It’s a pretty cool idea, one that you might not have considered. Several cruise-ship companies, big and small, cater to golfers—with on-board offerings (you can hit balls on a ship!) or in-port excursions
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Walking the range at a PGA Tour event, it’s apparent that although there might be a few tour players who still don’t own launch monitors, there aren’t any who haven’t been on one and don’t know what the numbers mean. And that’s increasingly true not only for tour players but college players and top junior
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The piece of apparel a golfer owns more than any other is the polo. Adidas knows this, which is why it focused on releasing a perfected polo in 2018. Adidas gathered feedback from all kinds of golfers, both professionals and amateurs, to engineer the Ultimate365 polo. It’s designed to offer the right amount of breathability,
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‘Tis the season for Masters-inspired products, ranging everywhere from polos to headcovers, and G/FORE is kicking it off in style. The Los Angeles-based company is offering its popular Gallivanter shoe and premium-leather glove with limited-edition pops of yellow and green. G/FORE Limited Edition Major Gallivanter ($225) The men’s limited-edition “Major Gallivanter” shoe ($225), which will
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Whether you recognize it or not, you’re always reading on the golf course: your putts, the wind, the lie, your opponent’s reactions. Reading is, indeed, fundamental for a golfer on the course, but it should be off it, too. If you’re not reading any of the more than 10,000 English-language golf books that have been
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Spikeless shoes are perhaps golf’s greatest unsung hero. Not only because they’ve driven the evolution that’s made golf shoes more comfortable than ever, but also because they effortlessly transition from the office to the course, and from the course to the bar. Don’t be fooled, however—the best spikeless shoes offer a ton technology that’ll help
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