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Sticks Stones AND STYLE PLUS PERFORMANCE


Is there a way to create a traditional golf shoe with the off-course versatility and contemporary styling of a casual shoe? Adidas has come up with the solution by releasing the ADICROSS II. Using square-shaped traction lugs and an updated outsole design to promote improved traction adds both style and performance. For the fi rst time, golfers can choose between a classic lace-up and a fashion-forward Velcro strap. MSRP: Laced: $90; Velcro strap: $80


A MUST ADDITION FOR YOUR BAG


The CALLAWAY X UTILITY IRONS prototypes were such a hit with the tour players this summer that Callaway is bringing the set to retail. Each iron features removable sole weights that range from two to eight grams in two-gram increments. This technology allows players to make swing-weight adjustments to fi t their individual length, shaft and grip options. For golfers who are frustrated with their long irons or hybrid clubs, the innovative design of the Callaway X utility irons are the perfect addition to your bag. MSRP: $199 per club


SWING TECHNOLOGY AT ITS FINEST


Imagine the advantage of having your own personal swing coach any time you need it. With the addition of the SWING SMART improvement tool, your swing can be analyzed in detail, instantly. Each swing you take is dissected by tempo, swing speed, face angle and angle of attack by an app available on the iPhone and iPad. MSRP: $249.95


52 / NCGA.ORG / WINTER 2013


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