How much distance is the average golfer leaving on the table? We found out to bring you the answer.
Golf Myths Unplugged
A commonly used reason for playing blades is that game improvement irons aren’t workable. Is that true? We tested it to bring you the answer.
We’ve all been told that great big game improvement irons are easier to hit, but is it true? We did the research to bring you the answers.
It’s “common sense” that a lighter shaft will create longer drives, but does that actually work in the real world? We put shaft weight to the test in this Golf Myths Unplugged.
Can used golf balls perform as well as new ones? We put them to the test in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
Are you picking your shaft flex with a fitter or with your ego? You may be shocked at the performance gains that you’re leaving on the table.
Lots of people talk about the toe hang of a putter, but is it really an important factor in fitting? We put it to the test.
If you got a perfect read and perfect alignment on every putt, you’d make a lot more, right? Maybe not. PluggedInGolf unveils the facts behind “perfect” aim in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
Whether you can define it or not, you know swing weight – it’s the difference between a club that feels good and one that doesn’t. The question is, does that feel impact performance?
All iron shafts are the same, right? Wrong. In this latest installment of Golf Myths Unplugged, we put three more nails into the coffin of the idea that fitting doesn’t matter.