New Review from Bunkershoot Golf Magazine on Kinona, click the link in bio to read the full article! ⛳️ “Highlights of KINONA’s Resort Collection include color-blocking tops, skirts with peek-a-boo geometric prints and A-line cut dresses. Thoughtful designs, such as wider waistbands and plenty of pockets for storage, help to round out the collection.” #mykinonastyle
Here is our new wedge fitting matrix. Currently 22 shafts, 26 RH heads, 11 LH heads and we’ll be continuing to add models. Every club PG custom-fits is hand assembled on site which leave nothing to chance. Clubs are built EXACTLY to spec, and to the tightest tolerance you’ll find. Visit Precision Golf in 2019 and let us help you play better golf.
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Boom! Transferring skills from Muay Thai boxing in the ring, to smashing the technique in the swing! @golfing_on_the_daily showing us how it should be done. Top Work!
Number 92 on the countdown from @golfdigest top 100 golf courses of 2019. ⠀
Double Eagle Club in Galena, Ohio. 7,175 yards, Par 72. This course was designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf In 1992. ⠀
Built by reshaping flat farm fields into gentle hills and valleys, Double Eagle benefits from plenty of elbow room. Some holes have double fairways that pose genuine alternate routes. Greens are benign enough in contours to allow them to be kept extremely fast. A delightfully thoughtful design, it closes with two great water-laden, risk-rewarding holes. The club name does not symbolize a golf term. Original owner John McConnell was a fortune hunter, and the Double Eagle was a rare doubloon discovered in a sunken treasure.⠀
I’m a sucker for tough golf courses! And IMO, no course is a better test than Bethpage Black. It’s long, I mean real long if you’re not hitting the fairways. Even from the fairway, the approaches are some of the most difficult I’ve encountered to date. The greens are fast and so, so PURE. The rough is long to the point I often consider just getting of it and taking my medicine. No other course has made me think about needing an up and down consistently. It beats me up every time and I always look forward to returning to this New York public masterpiece. A podcast interview recorded this week, dropping soon, again had me thinking of my favorite course I’ve ever played. I get asked this question often. It’s not always my answer but BLACK is the one. At least for today... Most of the golfing community focuses its attention on the privates of Eastern Long Island but that’s going to change this year!! I look forward to seeing how the PGA Tour players do this May on the “People’s Course of Long Island.” I’m anticipating some high numbers at the PGA Championship or at least I can hope so to make me feel better about myself. #golfinyourstate
Attention High School Golfers: Preparation for this years golf season starts now! Our 3 phase competition ready package was created just for you.
Phase 1- technically sound fundamentals
Phase 2- transfer your game to the course
Phase 3- learn the ART of Scoring (even on your bad days)