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TRENDING GOLF ARTICLES
Who doesn’t like hitting the ball a long way? The Srixon Marathon golf ball is marketed as one of the longest and most durable. But how true is this claim? Well, today I’ll tell you what you can expect if you pick up a pack and what you can expect for the price.
If you’re looking for a golf push cart to reduce strain on your back, I don’t blame you. I made the switch from carrying to pushing a cart and it’s one of the best decisions I’ve made. It helps you stay energized while allowing you to soak up the beauty of the course at walking pace. I’ve rounded up some of the best golf push carts available right now to help you find the perfect one for your needs.
The majority of golfers play the game right handed. In fact, it’s estimated that only 5-7 percent of golfers in all of North America are lefties. This means that from the millions of clubs that get manufactured in bulk each year, the majority will be built for right handed players. In this article, I’m going to help you solve this problem by bringing you a list of the best left handed golf clubs around.
Want to know the secret behind improving your putting? Practice! That’s it. No magic, no secrets… just dedication and a routine. The best thing is that, unlike with your driver, putting can be practiced anywhere. Putting mats allow you to work on your stroke consistently. Today I will look at some of the best options to get your putting stroke dialed in and locked.
If you’re a player who struggles to hit your irons, you might be considering taking them out of the bag and investing in some hybrid irons. Hybrid irons offer a little more support in terms of launch and are generally easier to hit than regular irons. I for one am a strong believer that we should be trying to make the game of golf as easy as possible! So in this article, I’ll be bringing you my round-up of some of the best hybrid iron sets around.
If you take golf seriously and you’re committed to continuous improvement, you need to make sure your practice is efficient. Getting yourself a repeatable and consistent swing is key to becoming the best golfer you can be.
So what’s the best way to get feedback on your swing if you don’t have regular access to a teaching professional? In my experience, it’s by using golf swing analyzers. I’ve rounded up the best golf swing analyzers available right now and I’ll be reviewing them in this post.
There has been plenty of hype surrounding the release of the Kirkland Signature wedges from Costco. With their set of 3 wedges available for under $160, it’s easy to see why people are so excited about them. The Kirkland Signature wedges offer real value for money, but are they worth the reasonable price tag? Let’s find out.
Ok, I get it. You are looking for a complete golf set. Not only do the clubs have to perform, but the price has to be right too! You can go down several routes, from buying a complete set to assembling your very own custom set.
Here’s the truth. It’s always going to be a balancing act when you are trying to get the best golf clubs for the money you have available to invest in a new set. Fortunately, I’ve got a few great suggestions which I am going to share.
Back in 2014, Callaway brought out their first edition of the hugely popular forged “players” distance irons. These were one of their best-received sets of irons ever and it’s great to see that they’ve released a brand new set of Apex irons for 2021. In this article, I’ll be reviewing the Callaway Apex 21 irons to explore just how good they really are.
As a senior golfer, you might be starting to worry that your lowest scores are behind you. But the reality is, there are plenty of senior golfers who have been playing for decades (and with that experience in the tank and a little help from modern technology), there’s no reason you can’t play some of the best golf of your life.
In this article, I’ll be reviewing some of the best golf clubs for seniors to help you find some that suit your game.
So, you are looking to choose a new club or two and wonder which is better when it comes to graphite vs steel shaft. Well, there’s probably a bigger difference than you’d think… No, it isn’t that graphite is harder to break over your knee (ask me how I know). Both steel shafts and graphite shafts have some great qualities and some not so great. In this article, I will look at some of the benefits to decide when choosing the type of shaft that’s right for you.
If you’ve been around golf long enough you’ll probably have heard the phrase “Nothing feels like a Mizuno”. When it comes to making irons Mizuno is one of the best brands around. Yet when you think of drivers, Mizuno probably isn’t the first name that springs to mind. If you’ve seen a Mizuno driver before, you’ll know how great they look but how do they perform? In this article, I’ll be reviewing the Mizuno ST-Z driver to give you the low down.
You’re around the green, and you’ve got a shot in mind. It sounds a bit like this… Lob wedge out, gentle full swing, high arc, soft landing, high spin? Yeah, right, I’m thinking more like… hit it thin, smash the clubhouse window and put a nice cut in my brand new ProV1!
Lob wedges are great if you know how (and when) to use them. Today I’ll go through everything you need to know to hit dreamy, floaty shots to within 10 feet.
At the time of Cobras’ latest driver release, there’s no denying that speed is one of the hottest topics in golf. If you follow the professional game closely, you’ll know that Cobra clubs are used by the longest hitter on tour; Bryson Dechambeau. In this review of the Cobra Radspeed drivers, I’ll be taking a look at whether the drivers that are speedy by name live up to the hype.
How’s your swing looking? Like Bubba Watson with a hangover? Like Moe Norman in an earthquake, or Jim Furyk just doing his ‘normal’ thing?
The key to playing great golf boils down to one thing… Consistency. Get the swing consistent, correct, and repeatable, and the rest should follow. But how do you get the perfect golf swing? Well, golf swing plane trainers could be an ideal solution. But, do they work? We will talk you through some golf training aids and talk about the pros and cons of each.
Let’s dive right in.
Are there a few irons in your bag that you only ever pull out reluctantly? Yeah, me too. Man, I hate having to hit that 4-iron. If only there was a combo set that offered a mixture of game improvement, forgiveness and performance? Well, there is. The Srixon zx irons offer all of this, and maybe more? I’ll take a deep dive into what you can expect in my Srixon zx irons review.
One of the biggest drivers over the past year was the TaylorMade SIM. These drivers were heavily sought after and all for good reason. The original SIM was one of the best-selling drivers on the market last year.
The club’s marketing was amazing, they were used by so many players on tour and could be seen on TaylorMade’s YouTube channel and on TV in the hands of some of the world’s best such as Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods and Rory Mcllroy. Next in line from TaylorMade came the SIM2 drivers, but just how well do these build on the success of the original SIM? I’m lucky enough to be reviewing the SIM2 drivers in this article and to be bringing you the low down on the new highly sought-after drivers from TaylorMade.
Here we take a closer look at some of the best golf club sets for kids that are just starting out, many of which are made by specialist junior golf club manufacturers, feature shorter and more flexible shafts to ensure young golfers can hit the golf ball properly and get more enjoyment from the game.