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With a #7 Iron the right shaft can add up to 15 yards of carry distance.
Swinging faster is just one of the factors in hitting a golf ball further.
A story, published in Golf Digest, told of a 13 handicapper who added 29 yards with his #6 Iron, after a fitting.
A golfer who had improved shot dispersion by 50%, making approach shots much more consistently accurate, by making his Lie Angle just 1° Flatter.
Hitting an #8 Iron, rather than a #5 Iron into a green is so much easier.
Have you thought about how nice it feels to hit a good Iron shot? And then to do it again on the next hole?
We have some simple questions about your wedges.
If you can take a few minutes to answer them, then you’ll go into a draw with the chance to win prizes.
The width of the sole on your wedge, and the grind on the sole, can make it easier or harder to play different short shots.
From your full pitching wedge distance, how many clubs (excluding your putter) are you carrying in your bag?
Good technique is important if you want to hit 40-yard pitch shots consistently close to the hole. But so is the state of your equipment.
The next time you’re at the Range practicing your Iron striking we’d like you to work on your pre-shot routine and aim.
Research by MyGolfSpy informs us that over half of all golfers have the wrong perception about their putting stroke.
You can have a better relationship with your putter.
Is your putter your magic wand? Is it set up to allow you to square the face down the target line?
At the moment of impact, the putter needs to lift the ball out of the small depression it will be in, on the green. Your putter needs to match your stroke.
When you watch the top Professionals’ Putting, it is really unbelievable to note just how much better they are than a regular golfer.

The big equipment ideas in 2017: Soft compression

For a long while some discredited softer compression golf balls. The story was, “overpower the ball, and it’s going nowhere”.
Whether it’s metalwoods or irons, the ability to make faces, crowns, walls or hosels thinner and lighter, offers the designer “discretionary weight”.
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