- What bounce do you need in your wedges?
- The Magic Fit Takes Time
- For Ladies Only
- Do you want More Distance?
- What is a Matched Set of Golf Clubs
- Are Custom Clubs for You ?
- Driver Adjustability
- Lie Angle of the Golf Club
- Understanding Golf Club Bounce
- Fairway Wood Designs
- Loft is your Friend
- Understanding The Golf Shaft
- That Elusive Driver Feeling
- Get Set for the Wet Season
Author Archives: A Better Club
What bounce do you need in your wedges?
Bounce is the angle from the leading edge to the trailing edge on the sole of a wedge. Here are my six general bounce guidelines: If your attack angle is steep, you need more bounce. If your attack angle is … Continue reading
The Magic Fit Takes Time
Are properly fit clubs the total answer to better golf? No! The combination of proper fit, practice and a repetitive swing will combine for better golf. While properly fit clubs will, to some degree, improve the game of any player, … Continue reading
For Ladies Only
Ladies need special attention when it comes to their golf equipment. Grip size is very important. Shaft flex and lie angle is equally important . Most of the quality name brand clubs can be altered to fit a woman’s flatter … Continue reading
Do you want More Distance?
OF COURSE YOU DO, WE ALL DO! How many times have you purchased a golf club that the manufacturer claims will give you extra yards? Too many to count and not enough yards gained. The problem with this marketing approach … Continue reading
What is a Matched Set of Golf Clubs
13 clubs plus a putter A matched set means that your golf clubs are matched to each other throughout the set and will perform equally. Length, Lie, Shaft Flex, Shaft Frequency, Shaft Flex Point, Weight It is critical that all … Continue reading
Are Custom Clubs for You ?
The short answer is YES! I have been asked many times if a players ability level has anything to do with getting fit to a set of matched golf clubs. The short answer is NO! Each player has a unique … Continue reading
Currently most manufacturers offer some method to slide, crank, screw or twist your way to better golf shots. Draw and fade bias can be adjusted by: Redistribute the weights from the toe or heel Alter the face angle from closed … Continue reading
Lie Angle of the Golf Club
The lie angle of a golf club is considered to be perfect for the golfer when the sole arrives at impact perfectly parallel to the ground. If the lie angle is too upright for the golfer, such that the toe … Continue reading
Understanding Golf Club Bounce
Bounce angle is a term generally associated with wedges, but any golf club can have a bounce angle. Besides the golf shaft, bounce angle may be the next most misunderstood concept of a golf club design. Low Bounce Clubs with … Continue reading
Fairway Wood Designs
Lately I have been asked about the low profile or shallow face fairway wood and why they have become so popular. The answer lies in their design. The center of gravity i.e. weight is placed low on the clubface, therefore … Continue reading