PUREing shafts is a process largely unknown to golfers at large, but it might hold the key to longer, straighter shots. Find out what our testing revealed 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.
The “experts” regularly lecture amateurs to dump their long irons and play more hybrids, but is this good advice? We examined this issue in our latest Golf Myths Unplugged.
Most golfers have a grip size that they prefer, but does it really matter? We explore that question and more in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
The big OEMs want you to believe that every new model brings with it additional yards of distance and more fairways hit, but is it true?
Everyone has heard that the “smart play” off the tee is to hit a shorter club and find the fairway, but is that true? We put a host of tee shot myths to the test in this latest edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
Are the specs that shaft makers put out really true? Is it possible to pick the right shaft based on a spec sheet? Get the facts in this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged.
Counterweighted putters make a lot of claims about stability and consistency. We put them all to the test.
Golfers are constantly bombarded with claims that irons that are 1, 2, or 3 clubs longer than before. In this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged, we set out to discover if these so called “distance irons” are actually longer than traditional irons.
In this edition of Golf Myths Unplugged, we examine whether or not name brand balls can actually outperform the ‘no name’ golf balls that claim to be just as good for less money.
Does more loft make a club more accurate? Does less loft make it go farther? In the first installment of Golf Myths Unplugged, we research this question to bring you the answers.