T-22 Wedges T-22 WEDGE FEATURES FORGED IN HIROSHIMA JAPAN One-piece Grain Flow Forged HD Boron at Mizuno’s iconic facility in Hiroshima, Japan – where Mizuno irons have been produced since 1968. SOFT COPPER UNDERLAY A microlayer of copper beneath Nickel Chrome – for an extra millisecond of control at impact. MODIFIED TEARDROP A slightly more… Continue reading →
We’ve all heard golf equipment marketing that promises to take multiple strokes off your handicap. How realistic are these claims? What can you expect from new equipment? We tackle these questions and more in this article where we compare your expectations with reality. New Driver Often a golfer’s first thought when it comes to improving… Continue reading →
When you buy a driver you want it to last, right? Yet still one of the biggest concerns for so many golfers is if their new driver will stand the test of time.
Rather than choosing the specs that your golf buddy or favorite pro uses, you need to make sure that you get a loft that fits your specific golf game and skill level.
One of the most talked-about terms in golf right now is COR, coefficient of restitution, value of golf clubs. So, here we are going to go into what that is, why it matters and the impact it can have on your golf game.
Do you have the right driver for your golf game? It’s not always about the newest model, the lowest CG or highest MOI, instead, it is about having the right series of specs that fit your game and skill level.
The new Titleist TS4 Driver is out and if you are an advanced golfer who wants more distance and more control, then this is the driver for you!
With each new product release, every golf company seems to tote about the revolutionary technology their product features. Often these features are given flashy names like Hammerhead or Jailbreak technology. Manufacturers are always promising these new advancements will revolutionize the industry. How many of these have lived up to or even exceeded the hype? Today… Continue reading →
In theory, we can probably hypothesize that a counterfeit driver is going to perform worse than the real thing, right? Have you ever wondered how much worse it might be though? We recently got a counterfeit club to test once somebody with poor moral integrity exchanged out a PING G400 driver head with a counterfeit… Continue reading →
The USGA dictates that a golf driver can be no larger than 460cc (cubic centimeters) According to the USGA Rules for 2019, “The volume of the clubhead must not exceed 460 cubic centimetres (28.06 cubic inches), plus a tolerance of 10 cubic centimetres (0.61 cubic inches)” (Page 49). Ok cool, now what does that mean… Continue reading →