The Callaway Mack Daddy 5 will put 500 more revolutions on your wedge shots for a quicker stop and more accuracy says chief wedge club designer Roger Cleveland. Because of the innovative groove design, by Roger Cleveland, the resurgence of the Jaws name is truly justified. A tighter edge radius was the biggest problem to
Putting Tips and Drills are the foundation of a good golf game. As, I have stated in other articles on this site I believe the putter is the most important club in your bag. You use it more than any other club in any round so practicing your putting and honing your stroke is Paramount
Practice like a pro and yes your game will get better. Most Likely as I was, we all practice the wrong way. Hitting ball after ball with no real plan other than hitting that perfect shot. Many years ago I was fortunate enough to attend my first Senior Tour event ( now the Champions Tour).
Why grip diameter matters and how it affects your swing is something you may never have thought about your grips before other than that piece of rubber that you wrap your hands around to swing your club? It turns out you should be paying attention to the grip diameter because it does matter. OK, we
Many years ago (1967 to be exact) when my wife was learning to play golf our local pro gave her a Ping Anser putter. He bragged at the time that not only was it a great putter but he could tee up a ball and drive it 200 yards with the Anser ( and yes
Indoor golf nets are a great addition to your practice routine in improving your game and keeping your swing in the groove. I had one for years in my garage to use in the winter months to just keep the feel of striking the ball and maintaining muscle memory. If you recall, Tiger Woods dad
The New Cleveland Frontline putter line seeks to solve your directional consistency issues. Up till now the popularity of high-MOI mallets has made it easier than ever to find a putter that improves directional consistency. This is achieved by placing more weight in the back portion of the head. This design improves stability by reducing
The putting yips — in layman’s terms — is the inability to make a smooth, rhythmic putting stroke. Most teaching pros and sports psychologists agree that the yips originate in the mind, and whether it’s due to a psychological or neurological issue, when you have the yips the body and brain just don’t cooperate. Having