The Perfect Golf Gloves Made With AA Cabretta Leather

The Perfect Golf Gloves Made With AA Cabretta Leather

When it comes to your golf life, you want everything to be perfect. From your bag to your clubs to your golf accessories. But what about your golf gloves? It’s no secret…people just don’t care that much about their golf glove. But what if we told you that your golf glove has a lot to do with how you play out on the course. Companies like Bender Gloves is changing the way people look at golf gloves. No longer is it just something that goes on your hand. It’s an asset to your game and you HAVE to have the right glove in style, comfort and color!

Bender Golf Gloves was created from the idea that people need more options when it comes to their golf gear. The boring white glove is not going to cut it anymore! We can’t be the only golfers in the world that care about what our golf gloves look like and how they perform. Bender Gloves aimed to please those golfer who were looking to get away from the white glove and add some color and uniqueness to their game. Hence, Bender Gloves was created!

 

MAYBE YOU’RE LOOKING TO ADD SOME COLOR TO YOUR GAME…..

and loved the idea of matching your shirt to your pants to your golf glove! Whether you are playing in a 4-person scramble, a charity golf tournament or just out on the course with some friends, there is no reason why Bender Gloves should not be on your hand. For every occasion or situation, Bender Gloves has the ability to help you on the golf course and with your confidence. These golf gloves are an extension of your personality so why not show off that personality every time you step on a golf course.

With four different styles to choose from, all with the craziest colors, you are sure to find the right fit and color for your golf life. Pick from the Synthetic golf gloves (gloves that are your traditional fit and feel glove), the Mesh gloves (made to be breathable and stretchy), the Synthetic Gloves (They give you the feel of a traditional glove, but with breathable traits), and the Elite Model. All These golf gloves are made with AA Cabretta Leather!

Why is Cabretta Leather So Important?

Golf gloves made with cabretta leather are so important because of three reasons; Durability, Performance and Look!

DURABILITY: When it comes to gloves, you want something that will last the test of time. AA cabretta leather is the highest quality material that you can find on a golf glove. Round after round and year after year, this material will handle the rain, snow, wind and sun. You won’t have to go looking for a new glove every round because these Bender Gloves will be there for you!

PERFORMANCE: If you are like me, you have a certain feel you want when your glove touches a golf grip. You don’t want your hand sliding all over the place, you want a glove that will hold true to form and not waver from where you put your hands when you get ready to swing. This leather holds us and create a comfortable grip every time you grab a club.

LOOK: Like a lot of golfers, look has A LOT to do with if you like something for not. From style to style and color to color, these gloves are aesthetically pleasing because of the AA cabretta leather. With each color, the leather plays well with the design of the glove.

Keith Mitchell Wins Honda Classic

Keith Mitchell Wins Honda Classic

Palm Beach Gardens, Fl – So the Florida Swing is officially underway. Coming down the 72nd hole at PGA National’s Champion course on Sunday, Keith Mitchell found a calmness in knowing that a birdie would be good enough to notch his first win on the big stage at the Honda Classic, but as he looked up at the leade rboard, he had seen that the cream had risen to the top. Local residents Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler (the two highest ranked players in the field) were tied with him atop the leader board at 8 under par and were waiting in the clubhouse.

Mitchell pulled his tee shot on the par 5 eighteenth into the left fairway bunker, and with no chance of reaching the green in two, it was looking like a playoff with two of game’s best was inevitable, but the former University of Georgia standout settled himself. After a safe lay up, Mitchell hit his approach to 15 feet below the hole, perhaps the best location to make a bold putt to win. He didn’t take long, and confidently poured the putt into the cup for his 1st PGA Tour victory, in grand Walk-off style.

Afterward, in his press conference Keith Mitchell discussed what it was like to have that experience and the thought process leading up to the clutch stroke, “I’ve dreamed of having a putt like that to win a big tournament, and I had that today. Fortunately, I was able to capitalize on it,” Mitchell said. “Thankfully, I knew what I was doing before I even got there (to the ball), all of the grain on that green goes left to right, and it was a little uphill. I didn’t have much of a question in my read and speed, so I was able to be confident in what I was doing – which is huge. I did a great job from the fairway leaving myself below the hole. I think I might have early looked that putt (in), it looked so good so early. It was the best putt I’ve ever hit under the circumstances, hands down. To have it fall is too cool.”

Keith Mitchell finished with rounds of 68-66-70-67 to finish at -9 (271 total).

Mitchell’s prior career achievements will give hope and inspiration to thousands striving to make it – his last win prior to the Honda Classic was a 2016 mini-tour event in North Carolina. He lost in a playoff on the Latin American Tour, and never won on the Web.com Tour. In his winning press conference, Mitchell discussed working diligently on controlling his emotions and managing himself to be calmer when it mattered. The reward – $1,224,000 and a chance to play in his first major championship, a trip down Magnolia Lane in his home state come April.

Brooks Koepka fired a final round 66 including birdies on 2 of his last 3 holes to tie for second with Rickie Fowler who birdied 3 of his last 4 to shoot 67 and finish at 8 under par. Lucas Glover shot a final round 66 and Ryan Palmer had the round of the day shooting 63 to tie for fourth.

Scores: https://www.pgatour.com/leaderboard.html

 

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DJ Wins 6th WGC

DJ Wins 6th WGC

Mexico City – Dustin Johnson put the switch on cruise control and dusted the best players in the world at the WGC Mexico Championship. Johnson’s final round 66 at Club de Golf Chapultepec was good enough for a 21 under par total and a five stroke victory over fellow Jupiter resident Rory McIlroy (who shot 67 on Sunday for a score of 16 under par).

Johnson’s 20th career PGA Tour victory marks 12 consecutive years with a win, the longest active streak in golf. It was also DJ’s second win in the event since it moved to Mexico (he also won in 2017).

“I’m definitely very proud of myself for that,” Johnson said. “It’s a big accomplishment, it’s tough enough to get one win out here and to win every year I’ve been on Tour is, yeah – it’s something that I work hard on and I want to do. I want to keep it going as long as I can, but it’s been a lot of hard work and it’s paying off right now.”

The win moves Johnson to 8th in the Fedex Cup standings and just fractions of a point behind Justin Rose in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Paul Casey, Ian Poulter and Kiradech Aphibarnrat finished tied for third 10 shots back at -11.

Scores:

https://www.pgatour.com/competition/2019/wgc-mexico-championship/en/leaderboard.html


Jason  Bruno

When you don’t have perfect golf swing 257+ is the answer

When you don’t have perfect golf swing 257+ is the answer

The chance that many of you reading have a perfect golf swing is well… need I say more.  We all can use as much assistance as possible within the limits of the USGA and R&A, right?  Especially when it comes to hitting tight fairways from the tee or trying to get the ball on the green from a distance over 200 yards (175+ for some).  If you can hit more greens in regulation, make more shots with your fairways and hybrids that go longer and straighter toward your target, you will simply score better.  By taking the pressure of our short game and being able to hit shots into greens that give us a chance to two-putt, we will enjoy the game much more.

High Heats Center of Gravity

This shows the CG of High Heat versus other major golf manufacturers

 

So how is this accomplished?  First, you need a fairway wood that is forgiving, that helps you launch the ball into the air higher and straighter.  This is accomplished with club design that takes the center of gravity of the wood and moves it back and low, something golf club designers call “Deeper CG”.  High Heat 257+ fairway woods have the deepest center of gravity possible within the limits of the USGA and R&A.  No other manufacturer of quality metal woods will have deeper CG or better launch of a golf ball from a fairway wood.  It’s simple physics.

Matched with deeper CG, another thing golf club designers can do is to use better materials that provide more ball speed.  That is why all drivers from leading golf companies use titanium in the face.  However, very few if any manufacturers use this material on 3 or 5 woods and none use titanium on hybrids.  With the 257+ fairway woods and hybrids, all the faces use titanium, so they are truly the hottest face with most ball speed available under USGA and R&A rules.

But what happens to so many of us in search of that perfect golf swing?  We develop pretty good contact, but small changes like getting the club too far inside on downswing or trying to develop a bit more release can cause off-center hits.  It’s not just higher handicappers who mishit the ball on the clubface, especially with the longer hybrid irons and 3 or 5 wood.  If we could have same or similar results when striking the golf ball with the toe and the heel, that could really help everyone. The USGA changed a rule a few years back to allow golf club designers to increase the CT or Characteristic Time that the ball in on the clubface beyond the center or radius of the ball to the toe and heel.  That means any hits on the toe or the heel can have a high CT, and mishits with woods and hybrids happen to many of us consistently.  The longer the ball is on the clubface, the more trampoline effect or what some call a “hot” face.

How did 257+ bring the technology into their titanium face, so that every golfer can get the maximum distance and control with fairway woods and hybrids?  Well, that trade secret won’t be shared, but the testing proves that while the center of a 257+ golf club has a CT of 257 (USGA legal), the toe and the heel tests at 275.  This means when you mishit a 257+ golf club, you will see more distance than any other fairway or hybrid sold in the US.  NO other golf company has this technology and no one is offering golfers more forgiveness, more distance and more control on all shots across the face of the club.

We sell the 257+ direct to you.  Our price is the best you can get and we encourage you to try the fairway and hybrids.  We will take returns within 30 days.  So there is no reason to not improve your game and your search for the perfect golf swing with the best fairway wood and hybrid technology you can buy.

Rickie Fowler Wins Waste Management

Rickie Fowler Wins Waste Management

rickie fowler waste management phoenix open

Scottsdale, Arizona – For Rickie Fowler, the Waste Management Phoenix Open has been the one that has gotten away. He finished runner up in 2010 & 2016, led after 54 holes last year and once again found himself atop the leaderboard to start a cold and wet Super Bowl Sunday at TPC Scottsdale.

After opening rounds of 64-65-64, Fowler’s lead was five after 54 holes, but after making double bogey on the par 4 – fifth things began to unravel. He righted the ship briefly with a birdie at the tenth, but sloppy execution met with a horrific break on the eleventh (after Fowler’s chip ran over the green into the hazard, he then took a drop. With the ball at rest on the lake bank, he strolled up to the green to take a look at what he was facing. Forces of nature somehow released the ball back down into the water) leading to triple bogey 7. At the same time one group ahead, Branden Grace was making a 50 ft bomb for birdie on the par 3 – twelfth, taking the lead.

Fowler’s malaise continued on the twelfth, where he made another bogey. Never losing composure, Rickie settled down with pars on the next two. He then went to work at the par 5 fifteenth. His tee shot found the shortgrass, and from 252 yards he hit his best approach of the day safely reaching the green in two. An easy two-putt for birdie got him back to -16. A clutch up & down inside the stadium (that is known as the 16th at TPC Scottsdale) proceeded his best tee shot on Sunday. The fan favorite piped his drive onto the center of the putting surface at the seventeenth, his two-putt birdie to seized control. Just moments before, Branden Grace rinsed his tee shot on the drivable par 4 ending any real hopes of winning. Fowler saved par at the home hole to shoot 74 (-17) to win by two and finally capture the one that has eluded him since he turned professional nearly a decade ago.

“It really wasn’t fun there for a couple of holes,” Fowler said. “I had to find a way to get it done, it was a learning experience. I made some good swings down the stretch to give myself a chance to get it done.”

Branden Grace finished solo second after a final round 69. Justin Thomas was third at 14 under par after his 72 on Sunday.


Jason  Bruno

Matt Kuchar Wins Sony Open

Matt Kuchar Wins Sony Open

Honolulu – The final round of the Sony Open didn’t quite start out the way 54 hole leader Matt Kuchar had hoped. Frustrated after making 3 bogeys in his first five holes, Kuchar found himself one down at the turn. But a back nine 30 (5 under par) was the type of rally he needed to right the ship and win pulling away. After a sloppy front side, Kuchar was mistake free the rest of the way. In fact, the 40 year-old former Georgia Tech standout gave himself looks at birdie on the remaining 13 holes, closing with a final round 66 to finish at 22 under par (four shots clear of runner up Andrew Putnam). The win was Kuchar’s ninth career title on the PGA Tour.

With the victory, Kuchar became the first multiple winner on tour this season. He won earlier in the fall at the Mayacoba Golf Classic in Mexico back in November. (After Saturday’s third round, a story began to emerge regarding Kuchar’s alleged paltry payout to a local caddie after the victory in Mexico. Tour player Tom Gillis accused Kuchar of paying the caddie known as “El Tucan” the sum of $3,000 after winning $1.296 million. Kuchar denied the allegation saying, “It wasn’t 10 percent, but it wasn’t $3,000 either. It’s a not a story.”)

Andrew Putnam, who briefly took the lead when Kuchar faltered on the front nine couldn’t help but feel like an opportunity slipped by after finishing with a final round 2 under par 68. “I’m feeling a little let down right now,” Putnam said. “I’m sure when I think about it, a lot of good things happened. Just needed to make some better swings. Kuch was making birdies and played great coming down the stretch. I just couldn’t keep up with him.”

Marc Leishman, Hudson Swafford, Chez Reavie and Corey Conners all finished tied for third at 17 under par. 54 year old Davis Love lll fired a final round 65 to finish solo seventh at -16.

Scores:

https://www.pgatour.com/competition/2019/sony-open-in-hawaii/leaderboard.html


Jason  Bruno

 

 

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