The Distance Challenged

Golfers who are not strong enough to hit par 4’s in two will be subjected to a higher number of strokes before they ever tee up the ball on their first hole. Ability to overcome distance is a term used to describe a way in which a player can likely reduce their score based upon their natural physical strength. For instance, it is easier for a player who is in the rough to hit a green in regulation with a 9-iron than it is for someone who is in the middle of the fairway, but requires a 4-iron to do so. If you did not know, the USGA Course and Slope Rating of a Continue reading “The Distance Challenged” »

Belly & Long Putters


Are you struggling with your current putter? Do you have the “yips”, that is one time your putt come up way short of the target, yet on the next green you knock it way past the hole? One reason could be that you may be using too much wrists in the putting stroke and having problems with the timing and force required to get your distances down pat. If you watch any of the Tours on TV you will notice that there Continue reading “Belly & Long Putters” »

High Lofted Fairway Woods: The Alternative Hybrids

No doubt, hybrid clubs are the most popular category of new clubhead purchases. These clubs are a cross between a wood and an iron. Hybrids and offer improved weight distribution, more forgiveness than low lofted irons and are a mainstay in golf bags ranging from high handicappers to the best golfer professionals in the world! Continue reading “High Lofted Fairway Woods: The Alternative Hybrids” »