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Ben Hogan TK15 Wedges

Ben Hogan TK15 Wedges

Posted on 05 May 2015 / 0 Comment


  The heart of any iron or wedge is in its sole You might be able to argue Mr. Hogan’s percentages, but not the importance of turf interaction when it comes to precision iron and wedge play. In wedges, the “buzz’ is about fitting bounce. But how can you fit the sole of a wedge […]

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A perfectly matched set of irons should not really match at all

A perfectly matched set of irons should not really match at all

Posted on 01 May 2015 / 0 Comment


Mr. Hogan started his company in 1953 with the stated promise and intense focus of building better golf clubs. We inherited that passion for excellence, and in our opinion, one of the most puzzling golf club design principles is the notion that all the irons in a set should look alike. Why should a 5- […]

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Do you really need that much perimeter weighting?

Do you really need that much perimeter weighting?

Posted on 29 Apr 2015 / 0 Comment


Mr. Hogan put great stake in the feel of an iron, so he insisted on forging the heads and putting plenty of mass behind the impact point. That’s why one of the driving principles behind the development of the new Ben Hogan FORT WORTH 15 irons and TK 15 wedges was to challenge perimeter weighting […]

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The 400% Rule

The 400% Rule

Posted on 28 Apr 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway Joe has been feeling ill for the last two weeks with a persistent cough, fever and headaches and makes an appointment with a physician. During the appointment the doctor performs a thorough exam along with many questions about his symptoms, lifestyle, diet and then determines the source of the illness. He […]

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Benefits of Slow Motion Practice

Benefits of Slow Motion Practice

Posted on 17 Apr 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway Ben Hogan was noted for using slow motion swings as part of his practice routine evidenced by a video demonstration he did on a beach while visiting a friend in Florida. Martial arts and other sports along with musicians and mathematicians have long used this form of training, but why would […]

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Ben Hogan irons & wedges

Ben Hogan irons & wedges

Posted on 15 Apr 2015 / 0 Comment


  AGI is pleased to announce that our founder, B.J. Hathaway, is an Ambassador Professional for the Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company. We offer Ben Hogan Ft. Worth 15 irons and TK 15 wedges along with full set of demo clubs in KBS steel and UST Mamiya Recoil 660 graphite shafts. Golfer are invited to […]

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A Lesson with Ben Hogan

A Lesson with Ben Hogan

Posted on 27 Mar 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway     In 1941 Ben Hogan took the Head Professional job at Hershey Country Club and gave a newspaper golf lesson, a rare find. The instruction information is as relevant today as it was nearly 75 years ago and shows just how much Mr. Hogan understood the golf swing even before […]

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Game Golf Review

Game Golf Review

Posted on 21 Mar 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway   Lowering your scores can be a tricky business because let’s face it, most of you don’t keep performance stats or keep them long enough to gather enough useable data to know where those extra strokes come from.  The key though is to know what parts of your game cost you […]

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Knowledge and Golf

Knowledge and Golf

Posted on 20 Mar 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway   It’s unfortunate but most golfers are never given any instruction on how to make contact (the proper way) with a golf ball. And so from the moment they first begin to play golf their swings become infected with poor habits and compensations which are made worse by the band-aid fix […]

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Swinging Left

Swinging Left

Posted on 05 Mar 2015 / 0 Comment


by: B. J. Hathaway The phrase “swinging left” is often associated with Ben Hogan and I think it’s a terribly confusing idea for most amateurs. The problem is that most amateurs already swing left or “over the top” on the down swing leading to huge slices and pulls. Then along comes some discussion that Ben […]

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