d wedge

D Wedge

D Wedge Many golfers carry two to three wedges in their bags. They use them for chipping around the greens and also for approach shots from around 50-130 yards depending …

what is wedge flex

What Is Wedge Flex?

What Is Wedge Flex? There are many different types of flexes for club shafts in the golf industry. One of the most commonly used phrases but rather unknown to a …

iron loft

Iron Loft

Iron Loft Whether a golfer is 120, 160, or 200 yards away from the hole, it is important for them to hit an iron with the proper loft. In basic …

soft stepping

Soft Stepping

Soft Stepping Different golfers prefer different flexes sold by manufacturers. The most common flexes available are stiff and regular flex shafts. Stiffer shafts are meant for golfers who have higher …

AW Golf Club

AW Golf Club When it comes to the wedges in a golfer’s bag, there are plenty of letter abbreviations. Whether it is a PW, SW, LW, GW, or AW, some …

pitching wedge vs sand wedge

Pitching Wedge Vs Sand Wedge

Pitching Wedge Vs Sand Wedge You may be wondering why golfers have both a sand wedge and a pitching wedge? Couldn’t you get by with only one of the two? …

sand wedge loft

Sand Wedge Loft

Sand Wedge Loft The sand wedge is one of the loftiest clubs you’ll have in your bag. There are a few reasons why sand wedge loft is vital to help …

pitching wedge loft

Pitching Wedge Loft

Pitching Wedge Loft Your pitching wedge is a vital tool. Knowing your loft is essential because it will have a direct effect on the spin and trajectory of the ball. …

tipping a golf shaft

Tipping A Golf Shaft

Tipping A Golf Shaft Many golfers will do many different things to try and get an advantage for themselves on the course. If they can find a way to produce …