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Golf Tip of the Week!

More than any other clubs, the grooves on your wedges will wear down the most.  If you run your thumb over the grooves, you should feel each groove distinctly.  The grooves are necessary to spin the ball into the air and allow you to stop the ball on the green.  You can use a groove tool to sharpen worn grooves.  If the grooves are almost totally worn through, it is time to buy new wedges.

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