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A new geometry in golf

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Interesting story at Sportsline.com as they report on the annual PGA Merchandise Show going on in Florida. The current industry buzzword seems to be ‘geometry’ and the effect that that is having on the driver designs that are hitting the market.

If we change the geometry of the club, we can change the inertial properties and the way we drive the ball, said Tom Stites, Nike Golfs head of club research and development, in unveiling two new drivers, including one with a square shape.”

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James McCarten

When James McCarten isn't at the Ottawa offices of The Canadian Press, where he works as parliamentary news editor, he's either on the golf course or putting off his latest freelance golf-writing gig to spend time with wife Lisa and school-age kids Claire and Lucas. With 20 years of experience in Canadian journalism, James also suffers from a financially crippling addiction to all things Scotty Cameron.

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