Golf Tips - Proper Golf Equipment Plays a Large Role

By Larry O. Krupp

As a golfer today, you are besieged by advertising campaigns to buy the newest golf equipment. Longer distance golf balls, massive driver heads, and longer shafts all create mass confusion as to what is best for you. The shaft is the heart of the golf club and is one of the six important club specifications. Each golfer has his or her own swing characteristics. You may have a favorite club in your set, a club that you hit really well and it just FEELS GOOD! The chances are excellent that you are dealing with a club that is close to your frequency. During a custom club fitting session, you will swing several clubs with different shaft frequencies, lengths, lie angles, materials, grip sizes, and grip materials. Proper club fitting can give you the consistency and distance you've been looking for. Once these club specifications are matched to your swing, you will experience maximum performance. With the right equipment, your game will improve dramatically, your handicap will be driven down, and you will enjoy the game more. *





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Richard D.  Scored 114 at  Boyne Highlands Golf Courses, Heather Harbor Springs, Michigan

Richard D.  Scored 113 at  True North Harbor Springs, Michigan

Donald K.  Scored 88 at  Eagle Mountain Fountain Hills, Arizona

Donald K.  Scored 97 at  Grayhawk, Raptor Scottsdale, Arizona

Donald K.  Scored 88 at  Desert Pines Las Vegas, Nevada

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