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  1. All Eight Austad’s Golf Stores Named to Golf Digest’s Top 100 Fitters

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  2. 3 Reasons Why the TaylorMade M3 Should Be Your Next Driver

    TaylorMade M3 Driver

    TaylorMade is back with another driver that is sure to dominate the market for at least the next year.  The M3 and M4 Drivers feature technology that is not only revolutionary, but cannot be found in any other clubs.  There is a reason why TaylorMade drivers are in more golf bags than any other brand and trust us when we say that you are going to love what TaylorMade has achieved with their latest driver.

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  3. PING G400 Driver: 5 Quick Things

    Ping G400 Driver

    If you haven’t heard the news, PING Golf is back with a brand new driver and it is packed with all the technology, innovation and quality that golfers have come to expect from PING.  The G400 Driver utilizes a lot of the same technology as it’s predecessor, the G, but it builds on the foundation and takes it to another level.  If the thought of pounding your drives farther and in the fairway more often has crossed your mind, the G400 is definitely worth a look.  Here are five quick things that set the Ping G400 apart from the competion:

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  4. Three Reasons Why the Callaway Epic Driver Should Be in Your Bag

    Callaway Epic Driver

    Today we’re going to talk about something pretty great.  How you can get more distance and land your drives in the fairway more often by doing just one thing.  That thing happens to be buying a new driver, but we’re in the golf business, so at Austad’s, this is definitely a recommendation we can get behind. 

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  5. What The Heck Are One Length Irons?

    Cobra One Length Irons

    You may have heard some of the buzz stemming from Cobra’s launch of their F7 One Length Iron and have probably wondered, “what the heck is this one length thing?”  You’re not alone and at Austad’s, we were actually a bit skeptical as to how well these clubs would actually perform.  What we can say after hitting the Cobra One Length Irons ourselves and working with customers, is that these clubs rock and they could be just the thing for a lot of golfers.

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  6. Titleist 917 D2 vs D3 Driver

    Titleist 917 D2 vs D3

    The Titleist 917 drivers are officially here and the latest iteration of Titleist’s award-winning wood line is nothing short of awesome.  Fans of Titleist will be happy to see that a lot of what golfers have loved about previous versions drivers is still there.  However, Titleist has packed some great new technology into their two new drivers and we’re here to give you the low-down on the difference between the 917 D2 and the 917 D3.  Here’s what you need to know:

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  7. Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver: 3 Quick Things

    Callaway Big Bertha Fusion Driver

    The new Callaway Fusion Driver has offficially landed and the good news is that it is a really solid club.  It’s also pretty cool looking with the carbon inserts and the design is different enough that Callaway has definitely set up the Big Bertha Fusion Driver to hold a unique space in the market.

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  8. Mizuno JPX-900 Hot Metal Irons: 3 Quick Things

    Mizuno JPX 900 Hot Metal Irons

    Mizuno is taking things up a notch this fall with the debut of three stunning new additions to their JPX line.  Traditionally, JPX Irons have been geared towards game improvement and forgiveness, but those ridiculously smart engineers over at Mizuno have found some new space-age metal to make this line of Tour, Forged and Hot Metal Irons ones that both tour players and bogey golfers are going to love.

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  9. First Look at the New Callaway Steelhead XR Iron

    Callaway Steelhead XR Iron

    The Steelhead is back baby!  Inspired by the incredibly successful Steelhead X-14 irons, the new XR version of Callaway's classic iron set is bolder, badder and we are absolutely loving it.  Here's a quick overview of what you need to know about the new Callaway Steelhead XR Irons from none other than Dave Austad himself:

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  10. M1 vs M2 - Which Driver is Right for You?

    TaylorMade M1 vs M2

    If you’re a golfer, your’re in a great position because there are no shortage of fantastic driver options on the market.  TaylorMade is one company that year after year, seems to crank out the most dominant metal woods on tour and for the average joe.

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