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GIVEAWAY: Craftsman Golf Headcovers, 6 Winners

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Our friends at Craftsman Golf are back with another spectacular giveaway for the GolfWRX faithful. Their premium synthetic leather head covers are legit. Just look at these things!

 

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In honor of honoring parents, as it were, Craftsman Golf is giving away two “Sumo” driver covers (Father’s Day) and two “Petals” driver covers (Mother’s Day), as well as two “Sakura” covers.

Of course, Craftsman’s excellent crafts aren’t limited to driver headcovers, as they make covers for every club in the bag, as well as ball markers, pouches, and Sunday bags. They’re also ready, willing, and able to make you a custom headcover.

So, how do you get in on the contest?

Go to www.craftsmangolf.com and pick your favorite headcover. Then, in a post in the thread, include the following:

  • A screenshot of your favorite Craftsman headcover design.
  • Which headcover design you would like to win.

That’s it. Winners selected at random. Good luck!

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  1. Teaj

    May 15, 2017 at 9:14 am

    Brown White 3-piece leather golf head covers

    https://craftsmangolf.com/collections/wood-headcover/products/brown-white-golf-wood-covers-set?variant=39315768015

    Thanks again for the opportunity

  2. Marybeth crowley

    May 13, 2017 at 1:12 pm

  3. Joe Perez

    May 12, 2017 at 5:51 pm

    Gold and Silver Fleur De Lis. Conjures up images of Montcalm outside the wall of Quebec.

    (why can’t I paste the pic of the headcover I saved?)

  4. Larry Gorzycki

    May 12, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    Craftsman Golf Headcover

    White Blue Red Headcover 3 piece

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What GolfWRXers are calling the “best non-Tiger performance from the Tiger-era”

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In our forums, our members have been discussing the best non-Tiger performance from the Tiger-era. WRXer ‘the bishop’ kicks off the thread with his two candidates:

“2005 Accenture Match Play. Winner: David Toms. Anybody who thought Toms couldn’t dominate an event should have watched this one as he basically stomped everybody in his way to earn the title. One of the more underrated performances of this era IMO.

2007 Masters. Winner: Zach Johnson. To be clear, this was not the most scintillating Masters of all time. Far from it. But it was a master class by a guy who knew his strengths, weaknesses and limitations and had the discipline to stick to a game plan for 72 holes when there may have been a lot of temptation to do otherwise.”

Our members have been having their say in our forums, with plenty of memorable performances from the Tiger-era receiving recognition.

  • cdngolf: “Stephen Ames, 2006 Players. Dusts the field in the fifth major by 6. And only a few weeks after Tiger beat him 5 & 16 or whatever it was in the match play. Vijay, 2004. I don’t think people fully appreciate how incredible 9(!) wins in a season is.”
  • Old Tom Morris: “Zach Johnson had a great week in very unusual conditions for the Masters. Well done there. Retief Goosen managed two US Open victories in the middle of Tiger’s dominance.”
  • grm24: “Phil Mickelson winning the 2006 BellSouth Classic by 13 shots a week before he won his 2nd Masters.”
  • Hawkeye77: “Stenson, Open Championship, 2016.”
  • iBanesto: “Y.E. Yang an underrated victory. Only man ever to overhaul to beat Tiger, when Tiger held the 54 hole lead in a major. This was before the downfall.”
  • dan360: “Angel Cabrera, with a cigarette in one hand and brisket in the other…twice.”

Entire Thread: “Best non-Tiger performance from the Tiger-era?”

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What GolfWRXers are calling the “best feeling hybrids”

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In our forums, GolfWRXers have been discussing the latest hybrids on the market. WRXer ‘HateTheHighDraw’ asks what hybrid offers the best feel as well as turf-interaction, and our members have been weighing in – with plenty of models getting a mention.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Z1ggy16: “Feel is closely linked to sound, which is subjective. I’d say a nice muted sound at impact is best, and I really like my 818. The new Apex stuff also feels really nice but no adjustability on hosel if you like that.”
  • RainShadow: “G410 out of the current crop. Cally ’14 Apex and the X2Hot were also great sounding/feeling heads.”
  • Jut: “From a feel/sound perspective, the original PXG 0317 is just outstanding. To me, the 2016 Apex would be a close second.”
  • third-times-a-charm: “Another vote for Callaway apex 19.”
  • VctorValiant: “The Mavrik Pro hybrid (and the Mavrik hybrids in general) make a distinct ping sound when hit; however, they provide instant feedback on well-struck shots. I’m now a fan.”

Entire Thread: “Best feeling hybrid?”

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What GolfWRXers are saying are the top-3 underrated blade head designs circa 2005

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GolfWRXers have been discussing the top-3 underrated blade head designs circa 2005 after forum member ‘8620’ created a thread with a desire to “build a set that starts with a ‘retro’ blade head, that incorporates a modern shaft (Nippon Modus Pro 130)”. Our members have weighed in on the subject, with some inspired by ‘8620’ to follow suit in his project.

Here are what our members are saying on the subject, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below,

  • Gopher68: “Bridgestone J33 blades.”
  • BCULAW: “Mizuno MP67. Awesome blade that never really caught on due to the popularity of its predecessor (MP33) and its sister offering (MP32). Also, the small ‘cut muscle’ gives it a bit of an old school vibe like the old Wilson bullet backs.”
  • Golfingfanatic: “OG Nike Forged Blades.”
  • cardoustie: “Bridgestone MB’s, love my J15’s.”
  • OldTomMorris: “I’ve got a set of mp-37 irons that I am putting TT DG AMT white S300 shafts in right now. Curious to see if I can keep the short irons lower than my current set of irons.”
  • Rapidcat: “This interests me as I played Mizuno SPL blades for a decade and still have the heads in very good condition, thinking about a reshaft for them to have some fun.”

Entire Thread: “Top-3 underrated blade head designs circa 2005”

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