Simple as they seem, golf balls are not created equally. Nor do they react the same to a golfer's swing, for any given shot. Each model has unique performance nuances, leaving most golfers confused regarding how to buy the best one for their game. After all, it's easy to become overwhelmed by ball packaging and marketing claims.
The latest drivers include a slew of 460cc clubheads that collectively hit the ball as far as they ever have. Because drivers are usually about getting you distance, you want the model that helps you produce the fastest ball speed for your swing.
Good evening everyone and thanks for stopping by. Tonight we've got a bit of a treat for you. Former Golf Magazine senior editor Scott Kramer has offered some of his new e-book for our readers to check out. This excerpt focuses on putters. More information on Scott and his book can be found at the bottom of the post. Enjoy!
Let’s face it… golf can be a very expensive game. Sure we’d all love to buy the latest and greatest clubs year after year but it seems like those pesky bills and mortgages get in the way.
I don't know how many times people have come into my store with intentions of buying new clubs but they have no idea of where to start. Do I go with what my favourite PGA player uses? Maybe I get what my friend has. Wow.. those look shiny, what about them? It's my job to find you a set of …
Spring is when golfers trade in their old clubs for the latest and greatest. We are starting to get a bunch of used clubs in at work so I thought it would be a good time to talk about trade in’s…
It used to be that everyone had the same clubs in their bag… you had your three woods (1, 3, 5), your eight irons (3-PW) and your putter. What more could a person need? Golfers tried their best to make due with what they had but some clubs were just too difficult to use.
Hey everyone and thanks for stopping by. I thought I’d shift gears a bit tonight and post something in our “Golf Club Buying Guide” section. Every spring golfers flock to shops like ours set on making this the year that they shoot the lights out.
I’m glad that I’m not a consumer looking to buy golf clubs. I think I’d go crazy if I had to sort through all of the information out there and try to find a set of clubs that work. I see lots of consumers every day that come into my store with a lost look in their eyes… so much …
Hey everyone. I thought we'd add a post to the Golf Club Buying Guide section tonight. Golf club buying season is upon us so I thought we'd run through a few of the most common mistakes we see consumers make while shopping for new sticks.