Golf Schools Cottonwood AZ

Learning to play golf has many advantages. Golf gives you a chance to enjoy the outdoors and have a good time with friends. Golf develops and improves your metal abilities because there is a lot of concentration required when swinging a shot. Surprisingly, golf is a very competitive sport and golfers really enjoy the improvements gained through practice. Here you will find local golf club and accessories shops around Cottonwood that have everything you could possibly need to play the sport. You will find a wide selection of golf equipment including new and used golf clubs,

Seven Canyons Golf Shop
(928) 203-2001
3755 Long Canyon Road
Sedona, AZ
 
Golf Etc
(520) 393-7616
1060 West Beta Street
Green Valley, AZ
 
Carston`s (Ping) Golf Equipment
(602) 687-5000
2201 West Desert Cove Avenue
Phoenix, AZ
 
Eagle Flight Golf
(623) 581-5959
23025 North 15th Avenue Suite 105
Phoenix, AZ
 
Action Golf Cart Rentals L L C
(480) 649-5529
3057 North Norfolk
Mesa, AZ
 
Golf Etc
(928) 775-6662
3140 North Glassford Hill Road
Prescott Valley, AZ
 
Golf Smith
480-705-6771, 480-705-6771
880 N 54th St.
Chandler, AZ
Store Hours
Mon - Sat: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Nagy Golf & Turf Inc
(520) 790-6966
3441 South Palo Verde Road Suite 117
Tucson, AZ
 
Golf Schools of Scottsdale
(800) 356-6678
10601 N. 56th Street
Scottsdale, AZ
 
Heyward Trading Company
(480) 961-1570
3646 E. Ray Road, Suite B16
Phoenix, AZ
 

More Equipment for Summer

More new equipment releases for summer

James Achenbach
  • By James Achenbach
  • June 29, 2010 10:44 a.m.
  • Archive

Manufacturers are not waiting until the new year to introduce gear, and there are many new products that could help your game immediately. Last week, Golfweek showed you a driver, a wedge and a putter. Here are a few more products:

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Callaway X-24 Hot irons

The skinny: Callaway calls the X-24 “the longest, most accurate iron” in the history of the X series. The clubs include a 360-degree undercut channel and Callaway’s new, darker PVD finish that reduces glare.

Cost: $699 (4-AW, optional SW, steel shafts), $899 with graphite

Adams Idea Black Super Hybrid

The skinny: This new large-headed hybrid might be called the offspring of a marriage between bigger fairway woods and typical hybrids. Its head size falls between the two, and its shaft length definitely is longer than most hybrids (42.5 inches for the 15-degree model). Other lofts are 17, 19 and 21 degrees. Plated with a striking black finish.

Cost: MSRP $249

JumboMax grips

The skinny: To put it bluntly, these are the largest grips in golf. JumboMax, a new company, is targeting golfers of all hand sizes. The sales pitch: Big grips allow a more relaxed grip. They weigh slightly more than 100 grams, so they will lower a club’s swingweight. Sold in medium, large and extra large ...

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