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From start to finish, here’s how Artisan Golf putters get made

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The grand finale of this 7-part series shows, from start-to-finish, how an Artisan Golf putter gets built, with commentary from John Hatfield along the way.

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  1. Andy LaCombe

    Jun 11, 2018 at 8:53 am

    Tursky – you bastard! Now I want to buy one of these 🙂 So cool.

    • emil

      Jun 11, 2018 at 10:50 am

      Gotta be coool with your WITB toys… otherwise why play golf?!! 😀

  2. gif

    Jun 11, 2018 at 12:39 am

    The mojo is in the sculpt machining to the exact custom settings you demand in your personal putter. A putter is a work of art when machined from a virgin block of 303/304 stainless steel. It’s a beauty and worth every $100s it costs… but it’s forever.

    • gif

      Jun 11, 2018 at 12:42 am

      oooh… and don’t forget to personalize your putter with plenty of goofy custom engravings to make it look unique and dazzling … 😮

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WATCH: The problem with swinging too far from the inside (Lesson of the Day)

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In our all new “Lesson of the Day” video series with V1 Sports, we match a different GolfWRX member with a different V1 Sports instructor each day. It’s extremely important to both V1 Sports and GolfWRX to help golfers improve their games and shoot lower scores, and there’s no better way to do that than getting lessons. While we not only want to provide free lessons to select GolfWRX members, we want to encourage and inspire golfers to seek professional instruction. For instructions on how to submit your own video for a chance at getting a free lesson from a V1 Sports instructor as part of our Lesson of the Day series, CLICK HERE.

In today’s Lesson of the Day, V1 Sports Instructor John Hughes teaches GolfWRX Member Brandon Goodwin the importance of alignment, and why coming too far from the inside can be detrimental.

Hughes has more than 29 years of experience. He’s the golf coach to beginners, intermediates, elite juniors and amateurs, corporate executives, celebrities, mini tour and major tour winners. One of only 368 individuals who have earned the designation of PGA Master Professional, Hughes has the skills, knowledge, experience, and passion to provide you an opportunity to experience the absolute best golf lesson you will ever have, as well as assist you in reaching your potential. For more, check out his website here.

Enjoy the video lesson below!

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GolfWRX’s Top-3 Women’s Polo Shirts from the 2018 PGA Fashion Show in Vegas

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GolfWRX’s fashion expert Jordan Madley picks out the top 3 women’s golf polos from the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Las Vegas recently. Enjoy the video below!

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WATCH: How to swing the driver “from the inside”

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In this video, I show you how to consistently deliver the driver from the inside.

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