Fall Fashion

The air is cool and the leaves are falling. It’s time to warm upon your clubs with some of our newest patterns. Golf ClubSox’s new houndstooth design is cool and crisp. Be original and have fun. Dress up your golf bag one club at a time. Above are a couple of color combinations that might […]

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Caitlyn Jenner and Golf

<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/8oxPAn_8-uY” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Let’s talk about Caitlyn Jenner. Did you know that Bruce Jenner loves to play golf and supposedly plays almost every day at the Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, CA where he has been a member for 15 years. He sports a 5 handicap according to the Southern CA Golf […]

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Emily Gimpel – Tour Professional Endorses Golf ClubSox

We are proud to announce Symmetry Tour player, Emily Gimpel, has endorsed Golf ClubSox.  She has a custom set of head covers taking care of her most precious tools of the trade as she works her way through her rookie year on the tour!  Not only are her ClubSox in her favorite colors but they […]

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We Should Be This Lucky

Spring is in the air. I hope I am not rushing this but I am really ready for the sun to shine and the air to be less fridge. Bring on Spring! This video below is so heart warming and delightful I wanted to share it with you all. Perhaps this will warm the air […]

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USGA Rule-Ball Striking & Resting Against the Flagstick

Finally, we can see the end of this winter. The weather is getting better and very soon the golf courses will be open for play. Team matches will be starting and it is good to know the Rules of Golf to the best of our ability. I am trying to select videos that show situations […]

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Demystifying the Nearest point of Relief

We have shared a lot of information on the nearest point of relief from immovable objects, moveable objects, abnormal objects and hazards but there are nuances in dropping the ball that may seem TRICKY. I had this experience in a tournament and was accessed 2 penalty strokes.  I took 1 club relief and dropped my […]

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USGA Rule – Abnormal Ground Conditions

Abnormal around conditions refer to casual water, ground under repair and unusual ground resulting from an animal. Frequently these areas are marked by the maintenance department or pro with a white circle of spray paint. So just where do you drop your ball in a situation like this? Since there is no penalty stroke we […]

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USGA Rule – Immovable Obstructions

I was searching the internet for some interesting you tubes regarding the rules of golf and came across these animated videos. They are a bit stiff in the presentation but they do clearly describe and demonstrate the rules with examples. So I am going to share them with you while you dust off your clubs […]

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Rule 24 – Moveable Obstructions – Golf Victoria

Just before we get off the topic of moveable obstructions I wanted to share this video by Doug at Golf Victoria.  He is very careful to explain the rule taking into account that your ball may move after removing the man made object.  He also says that this covers all man made objects around the course. […]

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Rules of Golf: Touching the Rake

Since there is no golf rule specific to where to place the bunker rake, each club has it’s own local rule. Some place it’s in the bunker, others leave it out, and I have seen some half in half out (I guess they cannot make up their mind). In any case, it is challenging to […]

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