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Golf WRX or Golf works or golfworks? How do you pronounce it?

by   |   September 11, 2012

People always ask how do you pronounce the name of the site? Do you call it Golf Works or is it golf w-r-x?

The answer is Golf W-R-X. That is because that is our legal name and also allows people to find us because of the URL on the net. There has been many blogs on this same subject. Here is a LINK to one of the discussions in the forums.

GolfWRX stands for Golf and WRX. WRX is a short for the technical side of golf. Such as Suburu WRX and Ping WRX or short form of the older Public Works.There is another company called GolfWorks. They are a Clubmaking how to company founded by Ralph Maltby in 1976. That company has nothing to do with us.

So call it GolfWorks, Golf Works, GolfWRX or Golf W-R-X but know the facts and that we are two different companies.

Click here to read more in the forums

 

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GolfWRX is a leading source for news, information and resources for the connected golfer. It's staff, featured writers and members report on the latest golf news and how it inspires golfers around the world. GolfWRX’s 3.1 million monthly visits is the world's largest and best online golf community. It surrounds consumers throughout the buying, learning and enrichment process with original photographic and video content, peer-to-peer advice, camaraderie, technical how-tos and more.


2 Comments

  1. Golf shoes

    April 29, 2013 at 10:33 am

    Has anyone read some of the reviewed on the R1 on Taylormade website . A guy from Australia a 22 handicap claimed to drove the ball 400 on the first drive with only 2 week with the club and drop 10 strokes all with the driver

  2. Rich

    October 31, 2012 at 9:45 pm

    golf wrecks

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