Oct 23rd 2017

The Best Damn Golf Training Device on the Market

Looking to improve your game? Lower your handicap? Then understanding golf is a game of consistency in motion, balance and concentration is paramount. Players able to focus on a single repetitive motion will find a higher rate of improvement in their golf game. DaVinci’s Total Golf Trainer is am ama
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Oct 16th 2017

In Focus – The Draw Fade Band

Ever wonder why and how golf balls in flight either draw or fade? Want to advance your proficiency to feature shots with controlled movement in your game? Then you’re in the right place. Assuming a right-handed golfer, a ball that draws moves right to left and a golf ball that moves left to right is
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Aug 23rd 2017

In Focus – Lee Trevino, Greatest Hispanic Golfer of All Time

Lee Trevino is recognized as the most accomplished Hispanic golfer with a swashbuckling swing and fearless approach to the game. DaVinci Sports Golf division has incorporated Trevino’s excellent ball striking skills into our outstanding line of swing devices. The DaVinci aids and equipment are utili
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Aug 16th 2017

PGA Championship 2017 - In Case You Missed It - Read It Here

The big story heading into the 99th PGA Championship was whether Jordan Spieth could win his 4th different major title, and round out only the 6th career slam in the history of golf. Well, we know now that didn’t happen, as Spieth made the cut but finished in 28th place. A lot of interesting things
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Aug 9th 2017

In Focus – Greg Norman, The Great White Shark. Read our blog

Greg Norman is one of the most interesting contemporary golfers as a very successful yet tragic figure in major golf history. Norman was born in 1955 in Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia. Norman’s Father was an electrical engineer while his Mother, Toini, was a single figure handicapper who taught Gr
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Aug 2nd 2017

In Focus – Homer Kelley’s The Golf Machine

Homer Kelley’s first love was tennis growing up in Minnesota near the Minnehaha Falls State Park. He became very proficient at tennis and at the age of 22 (in 1929), Kelley left Minnesota and drove to Seattle with a friend in search of work overseas in Australia or New Zealand. Their plans were dera
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