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CATEGORY: Golf Equipment
Find the best golf equipment for your game with my in-depth reviews and recommendations.
3 quick tips for buying golf clubs
Used or new? Steel or graphite shafts? There are a lot of options out there. Here are 3 quick tips to get you started.
Don't break the bank
You don't need to spend a fortune to get a great set of clubs. At The DIY Golfer, I'll show you what to look for to build a great, affordable set.
Getting fitted is worth it... Sometimes.
I am a huge advocate of getting fitted, but if you're still learning and changing your swing every week, it might make sense to wait until you're more consistent.
Invest in a good driver
You can get away with a cheap putter, wedges, and irons. But if you cheap out on a driver, your entire game will feel it. A great driver is a great investment.
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Best golf clubs for your game
Buying golf clubs can be challenging, especially if you are looking for used ones. This is your guide to finding clubs that will actually improve your game.Read series
Here is everything you need to know when buying a set of golf clubs. Surprisingly, you may not want to do it all at once.
Having a 3-wood that you can trust is a massive advantage in golf. Most golfers do not utilize their 3-woods effectively because they never took the time to buy one that they trusted. I want to change that.
Believe it or not, buying a great set of irons is relatively easy and does not need to cost you a fortune.
One of the most refreshing things in golf is throwing on some new grips. But which ones should you buy? Cord grips? Tour Velvets? Winn? And what size? Let's take a walk down the grip aisle.
If I had to guess, Tiger Woods would sell his multi-million dollar yacht before he sold his trusty Scotty Cameron putter. Why? Because putters are personal. I'll show you how to find yours.
A good driver without a good driver shaft is like a race car with a V4 engine in it. Learn the basics of custom shafts and watch your game improve instantly.
I've met far too many golfers who are terrified to take their drivers out of their bags. It's time to change your relationship status with your driver.
When you're starting out in golf, it is often difficult to decide whether you should carry a 5-wood, 2-iron, or hybrid in the bag. In this post, I'll walk you through the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Your irons are usually not the problem. Learn why the lie angle of your golf clubs is such an important factor and why it is the most overlooked part of buying golf clubs.
Always hoping that the new club in your bag is going to produce extraordinary results all of a sudden? Maybe you need to rethink your strategy.