Happy New Year!!!
To all my readers and friends, Happy New Year! 2010 was trying in lots of ways for most of us, but it's wonderful how the changing of the calendar can put a new bounce in your step and resolve in your soul. I hope this year brings all of you health, peace and happiness, combined with the personal, financial and golf success we all strive for.

I'm not one to make resolutions, per se, but I do like to use the changing of the year to both reflect and look forward. In reflection, I can see “the errors of my ways”, so to speak . . . in business, my personal life, my golf and all other things important to me. I try to extract myself from the decisions I made and see what results those decisions generated. It’s a learning experience.

And looking forward, I try to gauge what changes I need to make in the way I approach things in order to generate different results from my expended energies. I also try to open my eyes even wider to see opportunities to improve as a person, business leader, golfer, friend, citizen . . . well, I think you get it.

2011 makes four years since I created “The Wedge Guy”, and the library now is approaching four hundred articles. I’ve touched on many subjects in and around wedges and the short game, equipment and playing the game, and a few just to sound off as “The Texas WedgeHog – Rootin’ Out The Truth.” I hope you have enjoyed reading, but I need YOU to help me stay relevant to what YOU want to know about these . . . or any other topics.

Please send me your questions about golf equipment, scoring, short game technique . . . anything “golf-y”. And I’ll do my best to give you a veteran’s insight into whatever it is you want to know. I need all of you readers to help me create content here that is meaningful, interesting and informative. I know I write it, but this is really intended to be YOUR column each week. That’s why we’ll continue to give away an EIDOLON V-SOLE wedge to a reader each week. All you have to do to have a chance to win is send in your questions.

And speaking of EIDOLON wedges, we still have a supply of the 2010 conforming grooves for sale, but in a month or two they will be gone. And according to the Rules of Golf, we can make no more wedges with that old groove geometry. So, if you want to secure that legendary EIDOLON spin for your bag, the time to act is now. And we’ve set pricing at our lowest ever -- $99 – to sell these remaining wedges.

However, for my readers here at TheWedgeGuy, your price is only $79! Just click on the EIDOLON ad at the top of this page and you’ll get the Coupon Code that will give you an additional discount of $20 off any and all the EIDOLON V-SOLE wedges you want. (psst, it’s “oob10”).

So, let’s go out and have a great year together. I’ll be watching my email for your questions and suggestions for future articles.


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The Wedge Guy is sponsored by SCOR Golf, where Terry Koehler is President/CEO. He encourages you to submit your questions or topics to be considered for his columns on Tuesdays and Fridays. Each submission automatically enters you to win a SCOR4161 wedge to be given away monthly. Click the button below to submit your question or topic today.


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Kurt the Knife says:
got my new 2010 wedges at the promo price and wow what quality.
The amount of bounce scared me a bit (since my swing is still random) but turns out no problem.
My advice is folks should try 'em especially at the oobgolf price.
1/4/11
 
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