Posts Tagged ‘Driver’


My friends at MyGolfSpy have again hit a home run for the evaluation of golf balls. This study is way overdue and every golfer needs to understand what the report says so that they can help their game in a similar way we change clubs to help our game.
See the full report at the link provided to help improve your game.

I am currently under review of the written data herein printed and a physical examination of the data results. Hope this nudge will help you do the same.
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MGS Labs – Is Longer Really Longer?

Here is an article that should be of interest all types of golfers. I have played with all lengths of drivers, starting with those at manufactured lengths, but have usually found that I must cut down my driver. My current driver which is a Taylormade R-1 Blacks is playing at 43.5″ in length with a swingweight of D-1. With my driver swing speed, verified on both Flightscope and by Speed Radar at 99mph, I have a typical carry distance of about 248yds, roll out distance 265-270 and varies by course layout and design.

Source: MGS Labs – Is Longer Really Longer?

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Important facts to note on Golf Clubs

A good arrangement of your golf clubs is the weapon of decision for the advanced golfer. A complete arrangement of clubs comprises of no less than one driver, fairway woods, irons and a putter. A few clubs lately have been supplanted with cross breed golf clubs to supplant longer irons and fairway metal woods.

The driver is the club that is most golfer’s most loved golf club, despite the fact that it is normally not utilized on every opening. The driver golf club is the longest golf club with the greatest head toward the end of the pole. This permits the golfer to hit the golf ball with the best separation, however not always the most precision. Tenets control the measure of the club head. The golf club driver will be the most expensive single golf club in the golfer’s sack.

The fairway woods have club heads that are somewhat more lobbed than the driver, and are utilized for long shots when the ball is lying on the ground. The club heads used to be made of wood, however now are basically metal.

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