The conventional wisdom states that faster swinging players need less loft on their drivers. Is it true? We bring you the data 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.
Can aligning a golf ball’s center of gravity lead to longer and straighter shots? We find out in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
Hybrids have replaced long irons for most golfers. Are they coming for the mid irons next? In this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged, we find out.
Are cavity back wedges really better than traditional wedges? Should you play the wedges that come with your set? We answer those questions and more in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
Do movable weights make a significant difference or is it just a placebo? We bring you the data in our latest Golf Myths Unplugged.
If you haven’t been fit for the shafts in your wedges, you could be sacrificing spin, accuracy, and consistency in your short game. Learn just how much wedge shafts matter in this Golf Myths Unplugged.
Tipping a shaft is a common way to make it stiffer, but what actual effects does it have? We tested it to bring you the answers.
Driver shafts have gotten longer over the years. Is that helping the average golfer or hurting them? We bring you the data in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
There are more choices than ever in wedges, but do all these different soles make a difference? We investigate in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
There are plenty of myths around the miracle of the heavy putter. We cut through the noise with the data on what putter weight truly works best.