If you're a golf fan, you've likely heard plenty of discussion over the past several years about wedge grooves, USGA groove rules, and golf ball spin. But how do grooves really work, and what can you do to improve performance with your wedges?
Posted on December 5, 2013
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Posted on October 13, 2013
At only 18 years old, Lexi Thompson secures her second LPGA title at the Sime Darby LPGA Maylasia...by four strokes! Lexi stayed hot all four rounds, firing off birdie after birdie- shooting 19 under par to secure the win with COBRA sticks in her bag, including her AMP CELL Pro Driver in Capri Blue. Continue Reading
Posted on October 11, 2013
Jonas Blixt, defending champion, at the 2013 Frys.com Open lands a 12ft Birdie put on the No. 11 hole (par 3) in Round 2.
Posted on September 23, 2013
The long bunker shot is one of the most difficult shots in golf, but I'm going to give you my tips for making how to hit long bunker shots much easier. If you set up for success, it’s going to make pulling off this shot much simpler. Continue Reading
Posted on September 17, 2013
We are happy to announce the winners of the What's Your Fly? Challenge. Continue Reading
Posted on September 5, 2013
Jonas Blixt has had the new Tour Trusty wedge in his bag for a while now and he has a few things to say about it. The wedge is being pre-sold on cobragolf.com right now and will be in stores on October 1, 2013.
And if you haven't seen him with the Tour Trusty in action, watch him birdie holes 4 & 18 at The Barclays with it.
Posted on September 4, 2013
Ian Poulter stayed on top of the leader the through the final round at the Deutsche Bank Championship, finishing T9. Thunderstorms and weather delays at TCP couldn't keep Poulter's birdies away.
Posted on August 22, 2013
Jonas Blixt uses his Tour Trusty 61° wedge to birdie the 4th and 18th holes in the opening round of The 2013 Barclays. Check out the video of the 65 foot birdie chip shot on the 18th hole. Continue Reading
Posted on August 20, 2013
Golf club design has come a long way from the days of a master craftsman sitting at a work bench and hand benching a club head. Sure, there is still some hand work done here and there, but it is extremely rare for a modern club to be designed without the help of a Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) tool. While it is sexy to say that a part was hand crafted by a master craftsman, the truth of the matter is that club design has progressed light-years due to the use of CAD. There is one problem however with CAD tools in that they are strictly two dimensional. In other words, while you can create a 3D part in CAD, it can only be viewed in two dimensions on a computer screen, making it impossible to visualize how the complex, three dimensional curvatures and surfaces of a club head will look in real life. The quality of the complex curvatures and surfaces of a club head are extremely vital to the overall look and shape of a finished product. A good shape will inspire confidence and allows the golfer to achieve maximum performance from their club.
So how then do club designers ensure quality complex curvatures and surfaces in the head designs? Continue Reading