Is it more important to get the shaft flex right or the shaft weight? We tested to find out in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
Golf Myths Unplugged
PluggedInGolf researches golf’s biggest questions to bring you the facts that will help your game.
An aftermarket shaft can cost $400 or more – as much as an entire driver! So is it worth upgrading, or are the stock shafts that come standard just as good? We explore that in Golf Myths Unplugged.
Does getting a huge, 460cc driver head really make golf easier, or can a smaller head deliver equal forgiveness? We tested that to bring you the data and the answers.
There are a lot of ideas about how a putter grip can change your putting or make you more consistent, but which ones line up with the facts?
Fun? No. Important? Maybe. Getting fit for clubs is exciting. You pick out a new club head, pair it with a fancy shaft, select a […]
Does paying $4 for a golf ball lead to lower scores and better performance? The answers may shock you.
Mallet putters are often billed as cure alls, but are they objectively better than blades? We tested that in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
How often should you be changing out your wedges? We did the testing to bring you the answer.
How much distance is the average golfer leaving on the table? We found out to bring you the answer.
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.