The 9 Best Golf Clubs For 5-Year-Olds

Golf is one of the most followed sports by parents and kids alike with many golfing, and non-golfing, parents inspiring their children to participate in the sport. The rise of Tiger Woods from his first TV appearance at the age of 2 brought loads of excitement to the golfing community and encouraged parents to introduce


What Does Driver Release Mean?

The first shot played on a particular hole in any round of golf is played from the tee of that hole. The main challenge of the first shot off the tee is to hit the golf ball as far and as straight as possible. The best golf club to use to achieve the maximum distance


Do Pros Use Hybrids?

Hybrids were first introduced in the early 2000s and went by a few names including utility wood and rescue club. Both are very appropriate as they were primarily introduced to assist golfers who struggled to hit long irons consistently. The small hollow head resembles a 7-wood or 5-wood and is easier on the eye than


What Wedges Should A Beginner Carry?

When it comes down to the selection of wedges to carry in the bag, an unwritten rule is to allow 4 to 5- degrees between each wedge. So if the pitching wedge is at 46-degrees, then a gap wedge could be added in between the pitching and the sand wedge. A sand Wedge of 56


Why do my Golf Club Heads Break off?

Golf clubs are an expensive commodity, and most golfers treat their clubs with tender loving care. On the other hand, beginners or players using a set of “hand down ”clubs, play the round and either leave them in the car boot or throw them in the garage. Extending the life of a set of clubs


9.5 vs 10.5 Driver – Which Should You Be Using?

The driver is the most difficult club to hit in the bag. It has the longest shaft, and swing arc, which allows us, amateur golfers, to get all “twisted up” during the backswing and the downswing through the ball. Added to this, the tendency is to swing too hard at the ball, which causes all


Vixa V12 Review: Is It As Good As They Make It Out To Be?

Although it is marketed as a fairway wood, Youtubers and bloggers claim that it can replace your driver. But, we will be the judge of that in this Vixa V12 Review. What To Consider Before Buying a Driver Loft The best place to start when looking for a new driver is the loft. The stronger


Callaway Edge Review – All You Need To Know

In this post, we are conducting a Callaway Edge review. We intend to see if the set is suitable for beginners looking to get serious about golf. As a beginner, the task of acquiring your first set of clubs is overwhelming, time-consuming and expensive, if you haven’t done your research. That is why I always


Buying Golf Club Sets – A Guide To The Best Beginners Golf Club Sets

You have been to the driving range with your buddies and have decided you enjoy smashing a 1.68-inch ball around. Now, you are on the lookout for some golf clubs. But how do you go about it? Purchasing your first set of clubs is an exciting experience. But it can be overwhelming with the number


The Best Paint For Golf Clubs – To Repair Or Restore

Why Paint Golf Clubs? Golf clubs go through wear and tear, paint can chip. Before you throw out your old clubs,  make sure that they need replacing or are they just looking worn out. A coat of the correct golf club paint can restore your clubs to looking like new again. A new coat of


The Best Epoxy For Golf Clubs

Replacing a clubhead or the shafts of your clubs does not require you to send your clubs to be refitted. As long as you follow the correct instructions for removing and cleaning the shaft and clubhead you can fit the shafts or clubhead yourself. That is, provided you use the best epoxy for golf clubs.


What Does A Golf Club Fitting Cost And Is It Worth It?

In a 2019 article, Golf Digest’s equipment editors answered questions posed to them by readers on whether they should get fitted for clubs. E. Michael Johnson and Mike Stachura responded with a resounding yes. While I concur with their sentiments, many average golfers feel that they are not worthy of getting fitted. The truth is


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