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He hit a fine straight drive about 170 yards, not bad for the golf technology of the era.
Golf course architect Gil Hanse, however, has taken this former sod farm and transformed it into a sterling example that shows if one works with the given, the result is a genuine creation, complementing the latest golf technology while making even old Tom Morris smile.
Those long enough in the tooth to remember the course at Royal Liverpool when it last hosted the Open Championship in 1967 will notice a number of modifications designed to test the 'modern' Tour pro and the vast developments in golf technology.
Golf technology has been a pretty hot topic of conversation among European Tour professionals in recent seasons.
Irwin, who credits his parents for his drive and golf technology for his and his fellow senior tour members' ability to remain close to the hitting ability of their youth, doesn't worry about age.
The clubs are at the cutting edge of golf technology, with forged titanium face insert and a choice of loft and shaft to suit every individual winner.
Voz Golf Technology is located in San Diego, CA, and creates innovative golf products.
com)-- Cool Springs has extended its footprint on Pittsburgh's golf technology map.
We have seen in recent years how modern golf technology has destroyed some courses, but I anticipate an old style shootout this week.
The keen golfer, who took up the sport 15 years ago, has just returned from Sweden, where she was learning about new golf technology.
I think golf technology helped the development of others who overtook him.
The box is made from a design which combines a ridged panel (which acts like a toe poke on a ball) with the trampoline effect of a fixed panel similar to that used in golf technology.
Tiger Woods and Ernie Els are leading calls for action on the fast-changing world of golf technology.
Fellow pacesetters Retief Goosen, Vijay Singh, Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson are also formidable hitters off the tee and Woosnam, who suffered from back problems in Augusta, believes a cap must be put on golf technology to curb the big hitters of the world game.