The Arnold Palmer Invitational. Bay Hill Club & Lodge. Bryson DeChambeau. A trifecta if there ever was one and another example of who should and in fact does make a difference our game. Continue reading
Bryson DeChambeau’s performance with a driver during the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club was an easy target for those who “view with alarm” the distance PGA TOUR professionals are hitting the ball. Continue reading
Cobra Golf is known for high performance clubs played by better amateurs and Tour professionals. Fans are used to seeing Lexi Thompson, Rickie Fowler and Bryson DeChambeau (this week Jason Dufner was signed) walking the fairways with the Cobra logo on apparel and bags.
However, as pointed out when the original F-Max driver was introduced over two years ago, Cobra has a big stake in providing clubs for those average golfers with what is usually called “moderate” swing speeds. They recognize some of us at least are getting older and no longer able to generate the power we formerly did. Thankfully Cobra gives this growing demographic a top-of-the-pile priority. Continue reading
The topic of slow play leapt into focus on social media when the number one and number three ranked players in the world, Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy, criticized the time a few of their fellow Tour players take to get off a shot. Continue reading