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Review: Polara Golf Advantage Driver

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Review: Polara Golf Advantage Driver

Mike Dojc, a popular video blogger focusing on the fun of golf, takes a few wallops down the range with the "World's Longest Driver" in this article from AmongMen.com...

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New Survey Suggests Golfers Would Play More with Less Stringent Rules

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New Survey Suggests Golfers Would Play More with Less Stringent Rules

Independent survey conducted by Google Consumer Surveys finds 74% of golfers admit to bending the rules, 83% don’t keep a handicap, and 54% are willing to play non-conforming equipment in an effort to maximize their enjoyment of the game...

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Non-Conformity is the Gateway to Innovation

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Non-Conformity is the Gateway to Innovation

MyGolfSpy.com's recent article by Tony Covey got us thinking. If recreational golf is the majority, why are so many trying to push them out of the game, not allowing them to use what equipment works best for them. Remember the saying, to each their own? Why doesn't this matter in the world of golf? Whose game is it anyway? These are some excerpts from the original article that really stood out for...

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It's No Secret: Polara Golf Proudly Applies For Non-Conforming Status Of New Drivers That Exceed USGA Limits

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It's No Secret: Polara Golf Proudly Applies For Non-Conforming Status Of New Drivers That Exceed USGA Limits

The governing body of professional golf, the USGA, lists almost 500 drivers that are banned from tournament play. This fall, another will be proudly added to the list: The Advantage Driver by Polara Golf, designed to be the longest-hitting driver in golf...

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Gary D'Amato: Polara Golf Products Enhance Fun for Golfers

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Gary D'Amato: Polara Golf Products Enhance Fun for Golfers

Would you buy a self-correcting golf ball that greatly reduced or even eliminated your wicked slice or your uncontrollable hook?  Of course you would.  But would you buy the same ball if it did not conform to the Rules of Golf?

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