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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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How far do you really hit your driving iron? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing driving irons. WRXer ‘ Dufner’s Waggle’ kicks off the thread, saying:

“I have been through SIM UDI, U510, HMB, U85, CB ProH…I just don’t hit driving irons very straight or very far. I’ll have a day where I stripe it, but on the whole it’s not really giving me accuracy or a ton of distance. Maybe 225-230 at MOST.”

And our members have been revealing the driving iron they use and what distance they get out of it consistently.

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.

  • Gsea: “My driving iron is a Mizuno True 2 iron. Hit it 200-210. Strictly for tight short par 4s. Love the trajectory.”
  • MtlJeff: “I have a G400 crossover at 20 degrees, I hit it about 225 or so.”
  • COL_B: “I’ve been playing a Srixon U65 18* that I hit 220-235. I can hit it further, but high spin kills it. The Miyazaki Stiff shaft has too much flex, and when I try to really turn on one, it is a hook machine. I recently got a TM TP UDI 2 iron with a C-Taper Lite 110 S that matches my irons. It is 2 in shorter than the Srixon and goes about the same distance, but with a lower spin, and lower trajectory. Carry is 220-225, but it will roll out further than the Srixon if the fairways are dry. The thing is that I really don’t want it to go any further, as I use it on dogleg Par 4s and par 5s where a 250-yard shot gets you in trouble. Straight is the priority with the DI, which is my the Srixon is out of the bag until I get around to reshafting it.”
  • SUPERG: “19 P790 3 iron bent strong 1 degree. C taper 130X same as my irons. It’s going 250 after roll, my fave club. I hit my driver maybe 3 times a round; I hit my 3 iron everywhere else. Just way more reliable!”

Entire Thread: “How far do you really hit your driving iron?”

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What GolfWRXers are saying about their most expensive club

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In our forums, our members have been discussing their most expensive club in the bag. WRXers have been revealing the club and why they decided to splash out on the specific item, with some great items on show.

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.

  • easyy: “I can’t tell you how much I paid because I am blocking the number out. I am in denial. But they were CRAZY…National Custom Don White combo set… with wedges. “
  • Chadwickog: “I think my wedges, forged Scratch. I don’t think I’ve ever bought a new club at retail though. Have had some expensive putters and sold them off. “
  • larryd3: “Think I’ve got around $500 in my putter. Since it’s the most used club in the bag, it seems ok to spend that much. and as noted above, I’d be ok with $1k in a putter if I actually had more confidence in it then my current one.”
  • Davidv: “My Callaway Epic Flash Star Driver $699.00.”

Entire Thread: “Most expensive club in your bag?”

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‘Tiger Woods’ iconic Scotty Cameron on the auction block’ – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing a backup putter for Tiger Woods that is currently being auctioned off at Golden Age Golf Auctions. Per the auction’s description:

“Offered here is one of Tiger Woods’ actual Scotty Cameron Newport II putters from 2001 – produced by Scotty for Tiger himself in the midst of the Tiger Slam. Now, this was not the putter that Tiger used to win 14 of his 15 Major Championships; that putter is still owned and frequently used by Tiger. Golden Age’s Ryan Carey was interviewed last year for a piece on the Golf Channel with Tiger, and Ryan valued that putter at $3 million-$5 million. The offered putter is what’s famously known as a Tiger Woods “backup” – a putter produced for Tiger to practice with and experiment with should he decide to switch putters, or should something happen to the original putter and a backup needed to be called into duty. 

According to Scotty Cameron, he only produced 1 or 2 “backup” putters for Tiger each year they worked together. Tiger would often try out the backups, and even practice with them to ensure they were to his liking, but (so the legend goes) Tiger only used his one trusty gamer in actual tournament play.”

With ten days remaining on the auction, the blade’s current leading bid is over $30k, and our members have been discussing the auction and putter in our forums.

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.

  • iBanesto: “If the backup putter is worth that much, how much would the original be?!”
  • gioguy21: “I’m thankful to have seen and felt his backup putter in my own eyes/hands. while not the original…it’s still pretty damn cool.”
  • Emthree: “Newman’s Daytona went for $17.8m. I think Tiger Woods to golf is bigger than Paul Newman to horology but would argue there are more serious players in the watch game than the golf memorabilia one.”

Entire Thread: “Tiger Woods’ iconic Scotty Cameron on the auction block”

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