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Gain Speed … and Style … and Value

Gain Speed … and Style … and Value

Gain speed. That’s the GS in Honma’s T//World GS wood line. Its clubs designed for golfers with moderate swing speeds. In other words—most of us. A little more clubhead and ball speed translate directly into distance. And that’s exactly what most of us are looking for. The GS line was designed for golfers who want not just speed and forgiveness, but a true player’s look.  GS metal woods are beautiful,  sleek instruments that optimize both speed and stability. Here’s a glance at what you’ll love about the GS: Straighter ball flights and more distance. The TW GS Driver has a...

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Taishi Spotlight: Brian Jung

Taishi Spotlight: Brian Jung

Meet Brian Jung: golf pro and one of North America’s top private-club sellers of Honma. Korean-born Jung began playing golf at age 11; three years later, he kept at it after moving with his family to Canada. At age 22, he became a PGA Pro. Before long, Jung was coaching a student who would win the a major Canadian Junior Tournament. It gave him “really good motivation to teach other juniors—they’re hard workers trying to get better,” he says. “And I just enjoy that drive to keep going and grinding to get better every round.”  The grind clearly pays off....

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HONMA HAPPY HOUR EP. 6 | COURSE MANAGEMENT BY MARTIN CHUCK

Play smarter & score better with this course management tip by Martin. Cheers to more greens & birdies!

Score better by playing smarter. Good course management allows us to shave strokes off our score! On a uphill lie where, the ball is above your feet, club up and play the ball back in your stance. With a narrow stance and extra club, take a three-quarter strike at the ball. No need to rip, and enjoy the benefit of playing smarter. Martin executes shot with T//World W4 Wedge.

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Honma Happy Hour Ep. 5 | Unwind for a cocktail chat and party trick

Unwind for a cocktail chat🍹and learn a nifty party trick presented by Martin Chuck.

With the T//World W4 Wedge, Martin utilizes his 60 degree to craft a flop shot. The ball is forward in the stance to produce more loft. A wider stance will also allow us to keep a shallow swing and allow the club to overtake the hands. Utilize this shot for a fun party trick, such as a short-sided flop shot over a bunker and it will check up nicely with high spin, when performed correctly!

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