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Welcome to the Golf Equipment Industry

If you don’t know what you’re doing, purchasing a set of golf clubs can become really expensive really quick.  In this series, I will show you everything you need to know to navigate a golf store.

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2

Where do I buy Golf Clubs?

On a budget? Here’s how you buy quality, used golf clubs without getting ripped off.

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3

How to Purchase a Custom Golf Shaft

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.

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4

How to find a Driver that finally goes straight

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.

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5

How to find a 3-Wood you can trust

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 worked for them.  I want to change that.

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6

Which Putter is right for You?

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.

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Hybrid, 5-Wood, or 2-Iron?

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.

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How to Find a Reliable Set of Irons

Believe it or not, buying a great set of irons is relatively easy and does not need to cost you $1200.  Heck, I became a scratch golfer with a $140 set of irons.  Let me show you how.

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9

Your Guide to Buying Wedges

Impact and post-impact.  These two intervals dictate whether your ball flies off into the woods or straight down the middle.  If you want to play good golf, you must understand the impact interval and release actions.

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10

Why Lie Angles are REALLY Important

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.

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How to Find the Correct Grips (and grip size) for your Game

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.

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What’s in My Bag?

Whenever I’m learning something new, I always enjoy seeing what gear the “pros” use.  I may not be able to purchase it all at once, but it gives me a vision of where I might be in a few years.  This post walks you through every last thing that is in my golf bag.

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