Ever heard of kids putting up posters in their rooms of their favorite athletes? Athletes they look up to and aspire to be like one day. It's pretty ironic when players like Ray Lewis, who cant go to Disney World after they win the super bowl because of previous murder investigations, make the bedroom shrine. Or does it make the poster even cooler? Well Fathead hopes you think so. Now you can have a life size version of the boozin', chain smokin', gamblin', "I do what I want" John Daly, right on your wall. It's very life-like because it would go great in your bar, and he's even wearing some cool pants from Loudmouth golf.
For $99 Fathead.com incudes John Daly and 9 Daly-related smaller posters. Pretty awesome.
Retief Goosen was testing the new 2010 TaylorMade R9 TP Version "B" out at the BMW Championship. These heads are Cast 8620 soft like the Burner Version "B"; however, you will see that they have a darkened color. Goosen really seemed to like them. He and his caddy said they were impressed with them on day 1, but he wont switch till after the tour Championship. The Black insert feels soft to the touch like a Rubber material. Pretty sick grinds and shape. They seem to be more like a typical players blade that you would expect the average tour pro or low handicapper to have.
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Here are some spy pics of the New 2010 TaylorMade R9 TP irons. They look decent, but they are still on of the thicker side for a players blade. Click "contine reading" for more pictures.
Here are some spy pics of the new TaylorMade R9 irons at the BMW Championship. Click "continue reading" to see more.
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To some, especially the young, the 1960s are already viewed as "classic." The '60s look in golf, often conflated with the early '70s, is considered vintage.
Now Dunning, the Toronto-based sportswear company, is introducing its Tour Slim Fit polo shirts, which are said to harken back to the glory days of Nicklaus and Watson (Watson had his first tour win in 1974). The shirts feature close-to-the-body "vintage '60s inspired tailoring," according to the company. That means narrower in the shoulders and torso, with a mid-bicep sleeve (many modern shirts are elbow length). While nostalgic in style, the shirts feature modern innovations like moisture management, odor control, and wrinkle resistance. They cost $89.
So in addition to the driving range, some of us will need to spend more time at the gym.
Anna Rawson was Spy Chick of the Month for August; so why not October too?