It's been close to 5 years now that I have been wearing, reviewing and raving about a little shoe company from Scottsdale, AZ. Created by golfers for golfers TRUElinkswear has been dubbed the "Most Comfortable Golf Shoe". A marketing strategy developed not by TRUE, but by their consumers. This summer, my friends at TRUE sent me a pair of the lyt breathe shoe. A shoe designed for the warm weather months (or all year here in SoCal), the lyt breathe from TRUE is lightweight, versatile, flexible and in case you didn't get the memo, Comfortable.
I was sitting at my desk wondering how to best express myself in this review of Chase54 Apparel. I have been anxiously waiting to do it since spending time with the Chase54 Crew at The PGA Show in Orlando. While at the show I was fortunate enough to have met and chat with Lulu Faddis the Creative Director, at Chase54. After our chat I left with a lot of excitement from the things to come from Chase54.
Last month I was lucky enough to test the new Air Force One N7 DFX driver for GolfBalled.com. The N7 DFX, which stands for Deep Face Extreme, is "Nitrogen Charged" and has a clubface that is 5 mm deeper than the previous version. So what you get from that combo is a club with a bigger sweet spot, reduced spin and more distance off the face.
In case you missed it, ClubWars 2014 sifted through the hype and the data from our FlightScope X2 doesn't lie. For the 3rd year now, GolfBalled tested drivers from all the top OEM's. Big thanks to Adams, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra, Nike, Ping, TaylorMade, Tour Edge, Wilson Staff and of course FlightScope for their X2 unit. Club Wars results are based on 3 groups of testers.