Forged Irons vs Modern Irons
Are hand crafted forged irons really better than modern irons? We find out the pros and cons of forged irons and learn why they were so popular.
Hit it perfect on the range but not the course?
The soles of your irons could be to blame. Game improvement clubs are one of the worst culprits. Pros know this, and really customise their soles. Learn more.
How to simply Enjoy Golf More
Some lessons we learnt from you that will help us to help you enjoy golf more.
Are you playing with the wrong flex shaft?
Outgrowing your shafts and playing with the wrong flex is a common problem as golfers age. This causes lots of problems, but it's a much cheaper fix than you imagine. Learn more.
Your Driver's Flex Is Destroying Your Game
The golf industry has trained us to guess everything, from model to flex of our clubs. The worrying thing is that most golfers like it. Learn more.
Is your Driver a Ferrari with a Tractor engine?
How's the head and shaft combination on your driver? Is it a Ferrari with a tractor engine or vice versa? Or perhaps it's a cake? Learn more.
How will you align your driver shaft?
When aligning your driver shaft, there's many factors to take into consideration. A surprising one was the graphics - does it really matter?
The Power Of True Shaft & Head Fitting
We're proud to announce our head and shaft fitted driver! With 18% distance gains in our tests, there's a model for everyone. Learn more and regi...
My #1 Tip for Wet Weather Driving
Using a driver in the wet is possible, and modern technology, when used right, can really help you with your wet weather driving. Learn more.
What is the 24/38 rule & do you need a hybrid?
A set of clubs isn't just about the number printed on the heads. Understanding the 24/38 rule can help you build a set of golf clubs that will sco...
How to Smash your 3 Wood off the Deck
Beyond being a "safe driver", your 3 wood can be an awesome weapon if you can hit it off the deck - do it with this simple tip!
How different wo...
Clubhead Speed Says 75% Of Golfers Should Drive 280 Meters
Is clubhead speed the key to driving distance? It's a combination of a few factors, and applying science to your swing, every golfer can improve on...
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