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Monthly Archive for October, 2011

What is the most extensive book ever written on the golf swing? You could make a good argument for The Complete Golfer by Harry Vardon. Many people credit Byron Nelson with having the first modern swing and being the first to take advantage of the steel shaft. While the latter may be true, Vardon also [...]

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Forums Capabilities Update

It’s great to see people joining up from across the globe! Here are some new features you can use in the discussion are: Attach files: Just use the file attachment button below your forum posts to insert images Embed video: Just type or copy the URL of the page the video resides and if the [...]

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Community Area Now Up and Running!

The Groups, Forums, and Members sections are now ready to try out (see pages up above our header)!  For those not familiar with this form of networking, it’s more like Facebook than a traditional bulletin board.  Please take a minute to register and fill out your profile.  Then head over to the groups section and [...]

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Although many titanium drivers offer limited customization via wrench-operated hosel fittings and weight ports, some golfers will find their desired setups unavailable with modern gear.  Fortunately, persimmon woods offer setups ranging +/- 10 degrees off of standard or more.  Additionally, swing weight, dead weight, shaft stiffness, and appearance can be fully optimized with common shop tools.  John [...]

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Welcome to Persimmon Golf Today!

This community has been established to connect golfers with common views on how this great game should be played.  We’ll maintain the ability to adapt and evolve to suit our needs but for right now we plan to provide: A history of persimmon clubs Club repair articles Guest blogs from people of interest A place for [...]

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