Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Pro Playoff Picture Proffered and a Pack of Pickle Peppers

I dare you to say that headline ten times fast!

PGA Commish Finchem will be announcing some kind of new playoff system where the winner gets $10 million. Niiice. I hope they make it winner take all, that would be pretty cool to see a guy standing over a 4 footer with the result being $10 mill or a big fat goose egg. Supposedly three tourmaments during the year will be used to qualify for the tournament and there will be some kind of points system. It's all very scetchy right now. If you want to read more about it go to the PGA site .

I think it will be good for the game. Right now the season kind of fizzles out after the PGA Championship. They should also come up with some way for us poor schlubs to somehow get involved in some of that money action. That would be potentialy positively pretty perfect!

Golf Times


Blogger Eric Stone said...

Golf Graphite Shafts
Graphite Shafts are considered the ultimate tee weapon to enable a good game of golf. However, there are points to be kept in mind while selecting the right graphite shafts, as they are all different. They are:
Torque: It is the measure of lateral twisting a graphite shaft experiences when placed under playing conditions. For the player, the lower the torque value, the better for the player. The graphite shaft torque value ranges anywhere from 1.8 to 7.2.
Weight: This refers to the shaft's weight in grams. For that power and swing, shafts should not be too light or too heavy. It should be custom made for the optimum weight.
Flex: It is the measurement of the amount a shaft will bend under stress. The more flexible the shaft the easier it would be for the player to swing the ball.
Kick Point: It is the point in the shaft where the majority of shaft flex is experienced. Kick point affects the flight of the ball more than anything else.
So, while buying graphite shafts, the above pointers are absolutely necessary to knock the ball best!

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