Here is a list of the drivers and driver shafts that members of the United States and European Ryder Cup teams are anticipated to use this week at Hazeltine.
David Dusek was a collegiate tennis player who traded his racquets for clubs in 2002. He covers golf equipment and also writes extensively about golf analytics and statistics on the PGA Tour. He has appeared as on The Today Show, The Dan Patrick Show, Larry King Live, CNBC’s Power Lunch and several ESPN shows. He is a regular guest on sports talk radio shows and wrote the story that won the 2006 ASME National Magazine Award Winner in the Leisure Interests category, becoming the first golf writer to earn the distinction. He has edited two books and currently lives with his wife, son and daughter in Cheshire, Conn.
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Arnold Palmer, who died Sept. 25, loved golf equipment and learned early how to customize his own gear.
Here are the clubs Rory McIlroy used to win the 2016 Tour Championship and FedEx Cup.
Golfers who won majors using an anchored putter saw success, and disappointment, a season after the ban went into effect.
The Sierra 101 family of blade-style putters and designed to let golfers chose their preferred feel.
FootJoy's Maria Bonzagni teaches how a golf glove should fit and how long it should last.
The ultra-lightweight Exotics XJ1 is designed blends high-tech materials to give moderate-swing players more distance off the tee.
Team chemistry is crucial, but Davis Love III will also be diving into the numbers to help him pick the final member of the U.S. Ryder Cup team.
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