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Taylormade RocketBallz Driver, RBZ Fairway Wood Review
by on August 15, 2014

Taylormade is one of the biggest names in golf and their RocketBallz lineup has been hugely successful since their debut in 2012. 

We’ve been testing out the Taylormade RocketBallz Driver and their RBZ fairway wood for review and we must say these are some excellent clubs that not only look great, but will take your game to another level. 

Taylormade RocketBallz Driver  

The RocketBallz driver has an aerodynamic crown … Read More

Bag Boy Hybrid HCX Golf Bag/Travel Cover Review
by on April 12, 2012

Traditionally when you travel with a golf bag, you put your existing golf bag and clubs into a protective travel bag or hard cover case. This can make for bulky travel and storage of your clubs. What if I told you there was a hybrid option?

Enter the Bag Boy Hybrid HCX Golf Bag/Travel Cover. This lightweight golf bag/travel case combines 2 in 1, to make your life easier. Now you … Read More

Uplands Golf Club in Victoria Review
by on August 22, 2011

Founded in 1922, Uplands Golf Club is one of the oldest courses on Vancouver Island. It is located in Victoria B.C., minutes from The University of Victoria and a block away from stunning Cadboro Bay.

First impressions always start with your experience in the pro shop. I was greeted with the perfect amount of class and comfort. Everything was handled to a “tee”! The rate for 18 holes is $125 or $60 with a … Read More

Adams Idea Pro Black CB1 Irons Review
by on August 21, 2011

Golfers of many different skill levels will associate Adams with their award winning hybrids. Now it’s time to open our eyes to a whole new approach to golf, and Adams is making a case to bring us all along.

After three years of hitting my Ping S59 set I felt it was time to make a change. After reading and researching many different iron sets I settled on the Adams … Read More

Cleveland CG14 Wedge Review, 56 and 60 Degrees–Golf Town 2 for $150 Special

If you’re looking for new wedges, this is the time to pick up some fantastic deals at Golf Town. Currently they have a special where you can get any two Cleveland CG14 wedges, for $150.

Originally I picked up a new 56 degree wedge on sale for $98, then a couple weeks later I saw the 2 for $150 special. Golf Town support responded that it wouldn’t be a problem … Read More

Oobgolf iPhone App: The Ultimate Golfer’s Tool
by on August 7, 2011

If you’re looking to keep track of your game, a free account at oobgolf.com is a must for any golfer. You enter your scores after every round and they can track all your stats, and visualize your game for you. Their iPhone app takes the web right to your phone, and is one extremely helpful tool in keeping score while on the course. Here are the features:

• Custom Stat … Read More

University Golf Club (UBC) Course Review
by on August 4, 2011

If you’re looking for one of the best public golf courses in Vancouver, the University Golf Club (UGC) situated in the University Endowment Lands is one to consider. This 18-hole par-72 course is cut straight out of rich forests and has been in operation since 1929. UGC is fully public and sports the mantra ‘Everyone Welcome’. The location is fantastic as it is steps away from downtown.

Situated on West … Read More

Odyssey Marxman Blade Putter Review
by on September 15, 2010

One of the most important clubs in your golf bag is the one people never realize: your putter. When you think about it, making your putts can lower your handicap more than anything. This is why I decided to invest in upgrading my putter this season.

Previously I was using a Odyssey White Hot #5 Center Shaft putter. This was a good putter that helped me hone my earlier game, but … Read More

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