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(COVINGTON, GA) – Bridgestone Golf – Innovator and manufacturer of premium golf balls, clubs and accessories – introduces the TOUR B XW-1 forged wedges, the company’s most advanced and high-end offerings to date, which will be available at select retailers and online at www.bridgestonegolf.com beginning January 3, 2018.

The latest addition to the ultra-premium TOUR B club lines, the XW-1 Series ($139.99) features classic aesthetics and a teardrop shape. Additional features include:

Tour Grind Sole – provides increased heel and toe relief, making the XW-1 extremely versatile from all lies

Parallel Milling Pattern –  Ensures exceptional spin and control on approach shots and around the green for ultimate control

Forged Mass – Similar to the TOUR B X-Blade and X-CB irons, the strategically placed mass behind the impact zone yields incredibly solid feel and response

Tis the season for great savings at PGA Tour Superstores! 

Join us this Saturday, November 18th as Bunker to Bunker broadcasts live from the Glendale location at 73rd Avenue and Bell.

There’s holiday savings throughout the store, but come early!

The first 20 customers receive a $20 dollar gift card from PGA Tour Super Store, 20% off 2018 Bunker to Bunker Club Membership with official USGA handicap and entry for a GCU Golf Club Foursome and Snell golf balls and hats from the Arizona Golf Association!

PGA Superstore… if it’s on tour, it’s in here!

Remember that old line on gambling from Caddyshack, the greatest golf movie of all time?

Al Czervik, famously played by Rodney Dangerfield, bets Judge Smails (Ted Knight), $100 that he'll slice the ball into the woods on the first tee.

An annoyed Smails replies, "Gambling is illegal at Bushwood, sir, and I never slice." We all know that gambling isn't allowed on the golf course, right?

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GW counts down 10 of the closest and most dramatic near-misses ever seen at the PGA Championship.

PGA Golf Coach, Rick Shiels guides you step by step on how to hit your golf driver - better, longer, straighter and more consistent than ever before!

NAPA, Calif. — Brendan Steele is getting accustomed to fast starts and he likes it.

Steele won the PGA Tour's season-opening Safeway Open for the second straight year, closing with a 3-under 69 in windy conditions Sunday for a two-stroke victory over Tony Finau.

"I'm getting pretty spoiled winning the first event of the year twice," said Steele, the 34-year-old from the Southern California mountain town of Idyllwild. "This place is so great to me. I feel so comfortable here and it's been a great run."

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It is arguably one of the few sports terms believed to be named after a person, and with ramifications beyond the border of a course and into politics and daily life.

You don’t have to be a golfer to enjoy the benefits of a Mulligan – the term is now widely used to describe any “do-over,” or second chance after initial failure.

Of course, the rules of golf forbid the Mulligan, though it’s become part of the game. Some golfers apply their own “rules” that the Mulligan will be in “play” once per round, or just on the No. 1 tee.

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TPC Kuala Lumpur (West), 7,005 yards, par 72. Located just five miles from the city’s heart, the facility spent its first 25 years as Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club before joining the TPC Network two summers ago. No stranger to high-level events, the West layout has served as host on both the PGA TOUR and European Tour schedules, holding the Malaysian Open site for seven years. The LPGA also makes the club's East course an annual stop, with Shanshan Feng set to defend her title at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia at the end of the month. The club’s original 1991 Nelson & Haworth layout was given a thorough redesign in 2008 by Ted and Geoff Parslow. 

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