The G fairway woods makes getting the ball in the air easy from their lower lead edge which gets the club under the ball and impact occurs higher on the face. Getting the ball in the air can be a challenge with fairway woods, but not with the G series. A lower lead edge helps slide the clubface under the ball so impact occurs higher on the face (12% higher than G30). Weight saved by thinning the
The fantastic new spin on the classic solitaire card gameThis is solitaire at its very best! Fairway is thoroughly entertaining and will have you card-clicking for hours.Each level is a challenging new course that clever...
Serve up dinner with the unique Ping Potmat. At first glance the Ping Potmat may just look like your average table tennis paddle but on further inspection you will see there is much more than meets the eye. While still resembling your everyday table tennis paddle, the Ping Potmat is actually a very useful kitchen accessory and has been designed to handle the most extreme of temperatures. Made from
Bearded Ping Pong Bat - Get Your Game Face On! We can guarantee you will never lose a fierce table tennis battle again! This bat doesnt magically give you an amazing serve, but your opponent will be laughing so hard they have no chance at returning the ball! Perfect your table tennis skills, and your facial hair with the Bearded Ping Pong Bat! With a bristly long beard and a toothy grin,
The Acer XV fairways woods feature cup-face construction providing you that extra spring-like effect for longer shots. These low profile heads coupled with the Gravity Port moves weight toward the face promoting a higher launch with lower spin. Shaft type: Graphite Material: Stainless steel Club category: Woods Handedness: Left-handed golf clubs, right-handed golf clubs Shaft flex: Ladies
Smile and Peco. Peco and Smile. Besties from the beginning, both with a badass backhand. Peco is known for his arrogance on the table tennis court, and Smile for his silence. But with a new school year and a new high school table tennis team, both boys are in for a challenge, on--and off--the court. Pecos slacker ways are hurting his game, and after getting crushed in a tournament, he decides to