• Playing Golf at Bad Weather
    Bad weather tests your patience and your shotmaking. For example, keeping the ball down is the key to control when winds are strong. But in the rain, you need height and backspin to fight the effects of wet air and turf.
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  • Tips on How to Select a Good Putter?
    There are few things more important to your game than having a putter that you are comfortable, confident and successful with. There may be more putters on the market than any other type of golf equipment. Putters come in all shapes, sizes, weights, length
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  • Tips on How to Select a Golf Driver
    Choosing a driver because it looks great is not the way to buy one if you want to play a better game of golf. In fact, nine out of 10 golfers play with drivers that do not have sufficient loft and their drivers are too long for their swings. Furthermore, just because some drivers cost a lot of money does not mean that you will instantly improve your game.
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  • Getting Out of a Bunker?
    If your last golf shot took your ball into a bunker, how to Hit a Golf Ball Out of a Bunker?
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  • What is the Right Golf Ball for Me?
    Once upon a time, everyone used a soft rubber ball with a balata cover. Today, golfers can choose from hundreds of balls that conform to USGA standards. To determine which golf ball performs the best for you, you need to know what is your swing speed and whether you spin the ball enough to produce a hook or a slice. Also ask yourself how likely you are to hit the ball off the center of the clubface, and declare your ability to control the ball left or right. Final question is what is your price budget.
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    by Robertrof View the latest post
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  • How to Increase Swing Speed?
    How to Increase Your Hand Speed in a Downswing? The key to generating power from a golf swing is to increase your club head speed. The faster the club head moves, the farther the ball will travel. And since your hands are holding the club, increased hand speed will result in better club head speed.
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  • Why are graphite shafted irons 1/2" longer than Steel Shafted?
    Convenience for mass manufacturers of clubs is the main reason for the different club length.
    If you put a much lighter shaft into a clubhead, its swingweight drops like a rock; a swingweight that is too low makes a bad club for most golfers.

    To resolve this issue, there are three choices:
    • To manufacture and stock up iron heads in two different weight versions. This is inconvenience or expensive.
    • Design iron heads with weight ports so that weight can be added to the head for assembly with graphite shafts. Iron heads with a weight port don’t look nice and are also more expensive.
    • Increased length of a shaft, let the head feel ‘heavier’ = higher swingweight. A longer graphite shaft allows the club companies to use the same heads on both steel and graphite shafts.

    If club companies cut the graphite shafts a bit longer, the swingweight will come out the same.
    The question is: do you want your iron clubs to be longer?
    If your wrist-to-floor measurement plus a swing analysis says that your #5-iron length should be 38 inches, then it should be indeed 38 inches regardless what shaft goes into that 5-iron.
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  • What is more Important for Accuracy?
    In terms of accuracy, the most important of these three is Club Length, followed by lie and loft.

    For every quarter inch by which you miss the sweet spot on your club, you lose about 5 Yards in distance. Miss it by half inch and you lose 10 yards; three-quarters inch, 15 yards, and so forth.

    Conversely, if you can gain enough control of the head to hit the ball even a quarter inch closer to the sweet spot, you will gain back all the yardage you think you are losing by using a shorter shaft. This, by the way, is the reason most people do end up hitting shorter-length drivers farther. They’re simply hitting closer to the sweet spot more often because the shorter club is easier for them to control and thus improve shot consistency.
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  • Will a Longer Driver give you More Distance?
    My Big Bertha driver shaft is 45.5" and I just can't control it like I can with my 3 wood. The 3 wood off the tee my most consistent club. In order for all these OEM's to "claim" their new driver is longer, is to lengthen the shafts each time they in
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  • What is the benefit of high lofted fairway woods such as #17, #19 and #21 woods?
    The highest fairway wood on the market was usually a #15 wood. Recently Integra Golf launched a #17 (40º), #19 (45º) and even #21 wood (50º). What is the advantage of higher lofted woods over mid and short irons?
    Many golfers have more of a ‘wood’ swing
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