GoAnimate Golf News, Scores, Rankings and Courses collapse ∧ TaylorMade introduces new RocketBallz clubs A year after a successful campaign with its white-headed metalwoods, TaylorMade reveals its new line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons called RocketBallz, as well as a new R11S line. TaylorMade 14-degree SLDR driver The introduction of the 14-degree SLDR driver has presented one of TaylorMade's biggest challenges, because most golfers identify 14 degrees with a strong 3-wood, not a driver. TaylorMade SLDR driver Nearly a decade ago, TaylorMade revolutionized its drivers with movable weight technology. TaylorMade SLDR driver to debut The TaylorMade SLDR driver appeared last week on the USGA's Conforming Driver list and made its debut on the PGA Tour at the John Deere Clasic in Silvis, Ill.
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Train Like an Olympian - Dos and Don'ts Train Like an Olympian: What Olympic Athletes Do That We Don't The Winter Games are just around the corner. We’ve asked the Olympic trainer to fill us in on taking our workout to the next level… Nathan Mellalieu has trained a number of Olympic athletes over the years. The Olympics are here once again and most of us will be inspired by the dedication and determination these athletes show us. Dos and Don’ts To Train like an Olympian:Do set goalsOlympians have clear, ambitious and inspiring goals.Do enlist an expertOlympians seek out an expert to develop a personalized bullet-proof plan, unlike so many of us who just walk ambiguously through fitness without a goal worthy of inspiring us out of our funk.
See What Google Knows About My Location Mi blog de golf » ¿Juego sucio en el Masters? Los veteranos del Masters de Augusta saben de las numerosas “trampas” que los greenkeepers del campo preparan a los jugadores. De lunes a miércoles, durante las rondas de prácticas, el campo está preparado de una determinada manera…..pero, mientras se celebra el torneo de pares 3, los trabajadores del Augusta National se dedican a intentar añadir mayor dificultad a un campo en el que los mejores profesionales ya sufren de lo lindo. Cortes cruzados en el green, corte y peinado de los antegreens hacia el exterior de los mismos o el peinado de las calles a contrapelo son algunos de los “trucos” que se utilizan para hacer la semana más “agradable” a los profesionales de nuestro deporte. Un operario trabaja en un green del Augusta National No obstante ello, este año me ha parecido que el Augusta National ha ido un poco más allá. Como ya hablamos hace unos meses en el blog, la velocidad de los greens se mide con el stimpmeter.