Tips & Guides


What Is A Low Handicap? When Can You Consider Yourself One?

The opinions on who fits in where on the golf handicap spectrum differ vastly among golfers. Generally, you can separate players by low, middle, and high handicaps. In this article, we look at what is a low handicap? This will help you understand at what point you can call yourself a low handicapped golfer. What


Is Your Golf Club Shaft Too Stiff? Symptoms & Solutions

You have just invested in a brand new set of clubs, woods, and irons, carefully selected to match the equipment used by your favorite pro. You have been shooting in the mid-eighties, and today with this new kit, you hope to break 80 for the first time. Fast forward five and a half hours, and


Where Can I Get My Golf Bag Embroidered?

Golf bag manufacturers have really upped their game in recent years, with colors and designs to suit almost every taste. But for many people, the bags are missing a personal touch. That’s where embroidery comes in. You can get your golf bag embroidered with your name, a logo, a flag, or pretty much anything else


What Is A High Handicap? Do You Fit Into This Category of Golfers?

In 2020, the world’s six different handicapping systems collaborated to form the World Handicap System. The purpose was to encourage more people to take up golf by extending the handicap limit to 54 for both men and women. Previously the highest handicap was 36.4 for men and 40.4 for women. In previous articles, I have


How To Stop Pulling Golf Shots And Avoid That Frustration!

A pulled shot is one of the most frustrating shots in the game of golf. Your club head is square at contact as it should be and the ball does not curve like a slice, it starts left and persists in a straight line further to the left. Irrespective of whether this is a persistent


How To Use A Golf Rangefinder? And The Benefits It Will Bring!

On the golf course, you only have access to the most common distance markers at 100, 150, and 200 yards. This is only the distance to the green. Front, middle, or back? That is not always clear. To make the most of your diligent practice and to tweak your distance control, you must know how


How to Hit Irons – Perfecting The Games’ Essential Hit

Golf is a game that challenges every aspect of your life. While driving, chipping, and putting are important it is essential that you know how to hit irons. You have to be physically fit and flexible, have a great technical ability, good feel, and be mentally strong. Without these attributes, it is still possible to


How to Stop a Slice With a Driver – Eliminate The Dreaded Shot!

Hitting a driver that starts out straight and then suddenly veers off course making a depressing curve to your dominant side is not how you want to hit a golf ball. I am talking about that wild curve that heads for the deep rough, deep into a hazard, or even out of bounds. All golfers


How To Hit A Fade – Tips To Achieve A Controlled Fade

Controlling the shape of your golf shots will make the game much more enjoyable. It will enable you to ride the wind or hold the ball up against the wind, dependent on what you want to achieve. It is nigh impossible to hit every shot straight. There will be some degree of curvature in every


How To Hit A Draw – Tips To Achieve The Sought-After Manoeuvre

A draw is the most sought-after ball flight in the amateur game. Every golfer wants to know how to hit a draw. Golfers stuck with the dreaded slice stands in awe and envy when a golfing partner hits a high draw soaring through the air, and with a slight curve returns to the safety of


How To Putt – Shave A Few Strokes Off Your Game

If you want to shave a few strokes off your game then putting is most often the first place you should focus. It is essential that every golfer knows how to putt. You might not sink them all but you should feel confident on the green. Bobby Locke is considered as perhaps the greatest putter


How To Pick The Right Shaft For Your Driver?

In this article, I will guide you to assess your requirements on how to pick the right shaft for your driver. Often golfers change the shaft on their driver for reasons other than fitting the best shaft. The reason could be as simple as the golfer likes the look of the shaft or a favorite


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