There is no such thing as a perfect club fitting. In this episode, Matt explains why that’s true and also why that shouldn’t stop you from being fit.
Podcasts about golf clubs, golf equipment, and club fitting.
The PGA Show is dying, but, in this episode, Matt provides ideas on how it can be saved.
Uther Supply is one of the great golf success stories of the last few years. In this podcast, founder Dan Erdman explains how it happened.
What did Matt and Matt name as the Club of the Year? Find out in this year in review podcast.
Veteran club designer Tom Olsavsky stops by the Plugged In Golf Podcast to discuss the new Cobra RADSPEED lineup, working with Bryson, and much more.
In this interview, we talk with Noelle Zavaleta about running social media for major OEMs, the reality of dealing with Tour Pros, and much more.
Tour Edge’s Jon Claffey joins the Plugged In Golf Podcast again to discuss their Hot Launch 521 clubs, their growing presence on Tour, and the future of the PGA Show.
On this mailbag episodes, Matt answers questions about Bryson, golf balls, golf traditions, and more.
Casey Shultz from Cleveland Golf helps us understand the innovation inside the RTX ZipCore wedges, the Tour Rack wedge offerings, and what to consider when trying to find the best wedges for your game.
Does the golf ball go too far? Do Tour pros need to be reined in? Should everyone have their distance rolled back? The Plugged In Golf Staff discuss these questions and many more in our special 100th episode.