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Latest News

McGladrey has tentative approval to expand field

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 2:05:00 PM

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – The primary drawback to the PGA Tour’s new wraparound calendar was a limited number of starts for players coming out of the reworked Web.com Tour qualifying system, and part of that problem was deeper-than-expected fields in the fall events.

But news this week suggests the Tour may have found some relief for that issue.

Officials at this week’s McGladrey Classic have asked the Tour to go to a two-course rotation, using the Seaside layout, which has hosted the first five events, as well as the adjacent Plantation course. This would allow officials to expand the field to 156 players.

The five domestic fall events currently have 132-man fields and the CIMB Classic and WGC-HSBC Champions, which are played in Asia, have 78 players.

Tour officials visited the Plantation course this summer and have given the tournament tentative approval to expand, and it seems likely next year’s McGladrey Classic will be a little more crowded.

Poulter announces he's switched to Titleist

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 1:55:00 PM

Ian Poulter will be using a full bag of Titleist equipment in 2015, he announced Tuesday via Twitter.

Poulter joins the Acushnet Company, comprised of Titleist and Footjoy brands, after spending the last eight years with Cobra-Puma Golf.

Champ offers premium, durable C8 Grips

Tuesday, October 21, 2014 12:25:00 PM

Small changes ... big result.

That is what Champ specializes in - we've seen it previously in their spikes and tees - so it shouldn't come as a surprise that they've hit another home run with their premium C8 Grips.

First, the specifics. The C8 is a one-of-a-kind Weather Thermoplastic Olefin (TPO) Technology Grip that is infused with Kevlar for greater torque control and incredible wear resistance. In fact, the Kevlar allows the grip to last up to 20 percent longer than a typical rubber grip.

The enhanced durability doesn't affect feel of the club, however, because of a special compound and anti-shock wrap that keeps the club comfortable and non-slippery even in the wettest of weather, all the while staying vibrationless at impact. 

One of the neatest features of the C8 is the color options. They come in jet black, cool white, neon green, neon blue and orange. You can get them all the same color or you can mix them up, it's totally up to you.

I went with neon green for my testing set, and one thing is for sure, they will stand out, which I like, but if you're the more subdued type, I'd go with the black or white. While the colors still pop, they aren't quite as flashy.

As for the performance, I can honestly say I've never thought about my grips before. I play the grips that came on my clubs because that's just the way it is. I never thought my game could change so drastically with such a simple fix. As in many aspects of my life, I found out that I was very, very wrong.

It's hard to put into words the feeling of these grips. They are just the right amount of tacky on your hands, without going overboard. What it provides is a consistent feel for every club in your bag, resulting in more consistent shots, at least in my limited experience.

At $16 a grip, the asking price might be a little tough for some to swallow, but you truly do get what you pay for. The C8 is a top-of-the-line PGA Tour quality grip, and with the increased durability, it should last longer than anything you've used before.

For those looking for something a little cheaper, Champ is proud to offer several other options in the C series, that sell for anywhere from $4 to $10 per grip. They also offer a putter grip, the C1, that is available in small (65 grams), medium (75 grams) and large (85 grams), and is made out of lightweight polyurethane.

For more information or to purchase Champ C8 Grips, check them out online.