March 2018

Golf Driver
Drivers, Equipment

Ultimate Buying Guide to Golf Drivers

Golf Driver

If you have played golf once, twice, a thousand times, maybe somewhere inbetween, you have had the pleasure of getting to hit a golf driver. It is arguably the most exciting club in the bag to hit. It can also be the most infuiating… but we try to supress that feeling usually. If you have never played before, you have surely seen a driver at some point. It is the one used in stereotypical ads when protraying golf. The driver is one of the most fundamental clubs in golf, even if you hear someone swearing off using the 'stupid thing'. It's a complicated little tool alright, so let's go over some of the details.

What is a Golf Driver?

The golf driver is one of the many clubs a golfer has in his golf bag. Oftentimes, the most expensive one too. Relatively, the golf driver is a club that is designed to propel a golf ball the farthest. A golf driver is designed such that it has the largest club head, the longest shaft and the least amount of loft. A ball hit using a golf driver can travel up to an average of 225-300+ yards, if used correctly. It is the club that is used off the tee off box to get the most yardage out of the ball. Today, the market is filled with a vast array of golf drivers that come in many sizes and characteristics.

Read on as we go over some of the many characteristics!

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The Ultimate (Buying) Guide to Golf Wedges

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Whether you are new to golf or have been playing for a long time you may have some questions about all the intricacies of the different wedges that can be used in golf. Well, you are in luck, we are going to try to answer those questions you have. We are going to start with the basics for the beginners and go into more detail about the differences in the various types of clubs. This includes things like the angle of loft, distances they hit, and even the finishes on the club head. Read on to learn more and figure out which one is going to be your new go to club.

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