The 3 wood has been a popular club pretty much since golf began. It’s rare that anyone, from pros to amateurs, will be seen without this particular wood in their bag. The reason for this is quite simple: 3 woods have the potential to hit big shots whilst retaining a good amount of control. In
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The 7-wood is a club that often gets overlooked. Stereotypically, they are reserved for female golfers, seniors, or anyone with a slower swing speed. While it’s true that the 7-wood does benefit those with a slower swing speed, it has far more going for it than just that. So much so, in fact, that the
Getting older is just a fact of life, and how we adapt to it every day is a choice. Father time slows our movements and flexibility, and it shows in our ability to hit the golf ball as far and straight as in our youth. As a result, we start to look at how to
Manufacturers have recognized the importance of making the difficult game of golf just a bit easier for “newbies” and the older generation golfers losing their natural strength. Hence the development of the Game Improvement and Super Game Improvement irons. We look today at the best super game improvement irons in 2021. For simplicity, we can
Storage space is often at a premium and golf equipment can be rather large and bulky. Putting all your golfing equipment together will not only make it less voluminous but also more accessible to quickly load into your vehicle. Golf club storage ideas will help with this challenge. Furthermore, storing your clubs in a protective
Most people think that single-length irons are something new in the way of golf club development. However, these clubs have been around since the 1930s but were only mass-produced in the late 1980s. Tommy Armour, who was one of the leading manufacturers in those days, came out with a set of Tommy Armour EQL irons.
Searching for the best cavity back irons to play in 2021 is an exciting and rewarding experience for golfers of all skill levels looking to improve their game. In this article, we have researched the best buys for: The low and accomplished golfer wanting to get the best out of their game. The mid handicap
Golf equipment manufacturers have over recent years had to realign the cost structures of their business to remain competitive, raising the question…which golf clubs are made in the USA? Just like Automotive and many Global manufacturers, China has “dangled the carrot” of low manufacturing costs, to every industry. Labor in China is abundant and low-cost.
Every golfer wants to launch the golf ball high and far, and so the question ‘what are the degree lofts of golf clubs’ is asked. Golf club manufacturers are constantly designing new equipment ideas to increase either playability or distance. Manufacturers today make up sets with higher or lower lofts depending on their target market.
The shortened release cycles whereby various brands offer new equipment annually or bi-annually results in avid golfers building quite a stockpile of golf clubs. This raises the question of what to do with old golf clubs? Donate Depending on your financial status and money requirements there are a few ways of reducing your stockpile to
Golf drivers are the most admired club in nearly every golfer’s bag. It stands the tallest, has the biggest head, and the longest shaft. It is often the most expensive club as well. Many golfers wonder, do they have to invest a fortune in a driver and how much does a golf driver cost? Why
Golf equipment technology advances at a rapid pace and manufacturers release new irons annually, in the worst-case bi-annually. Price increases are the norm, and you pay substantially more for a set of irons today than what it cost five or six years ago. Unless it is imperative for you to have the latest technology in