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Scratch Golf irons
By Jason Sobel
Everything you need to know about this Chattanooga, Tenn.-based boutique iron and wedge producer can be summed up in the actions of PGA Tour pro Ryan Moore. Long known as the only logo-free player in the big leagues, Moore had plenty of opportunities to align himself with major club manufacturers during the past few years. He instead chose to keep his options open, sampling models from various companies. Until recently, that is, when the Wyndham Championship winner signed with Scratch Golf because he decided that it made the highest-quality equipment of everything he had checked out. Not a bad strategy, either. It may be too difficult for the average amateur player to play the game with so many different brands, so take Moore's word for it on this one.
$99 and up
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