Golf Tips And Techniques

Heavy Putter Mid Weight H3

The Mid-Weight H3 putter from Heavy Putter is one of the lighter-weight putters the company makes. Though it still weighs more than most putters from other manufacturers, the Mid-Weight H3 more closely resembles conventional putters in shape, wei...

The E1-DF Heavy Putter

The E1-DF mallet putter from Heavy Putter is among the putters in the Deep Face series. It features a classic overall shape and feel that is reflected in its nickname, "The American Standard." Like all putters from Heavy Putter, it is nearly twic...

The Cargo Golf Pro 500 Travel Bag

They say travel is the spice of life, and if you're fortunate enough to see the world, consider yourself lucky. If you're a golfer and get to play when you travel, then life is really good. If you're in this small minority of chosen ones, you may...

The Best Rainwear for Golf

The most important word to remember when buying rain gear for golf is "waterproof." Many companies and manufacturers put out water-resistant or wind-resistant apparel, but waterproof is what makes it worth staying out to finish a great round when...

How to Get Kids Involved In Junior Golf

Golf is a non-contact sport that any child--small or large, male or female--can enjoy. Golf also teaches children some of life's greatest lessons, including fair play, etiquette and discipline, and it is a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime...

Arm & Elbow Golf Injuries

Overuse of the arm and elbow in the golf swing can invite the pain of golfer's elbow or a pulled muscle in the arm. The golf swing requires a repetitive motion that can exacerbate the pain of golfer's elbow and promote small tears in the arm musc...

The Ping G5 Fairway Wood Review

The Ping G5 Fairway Wood is an older model club released in 2007, however, many are still available online and at golf stores. Ping has replaced the G5 with the G10, but the G5 Fairway Wood is still a viable club that can be hit well and accurate...

What Is the Masters Golf Tournament?

The Masters, played every year in April, is one of four major golf tournaments played in the world. The Masters is the first of those tournaments and it is often the first tournament mentioned by professional golfers when asked which tournament t...

The History of Titleist Golf Balls

Titleist makes the most popular golf balls in the world. It has its roots in the Acushnet company, which was founded in 1910 by Phillip W. Young. He just wanted to make a golf ball that would fly straight. He realized that the golf balls he was u...

How to Repair Electrical Problems on an E-Z-GO Golf Cart

All brands of electric golf carts, including E-Z-GO, will eventually experience minor to major electrical problems as a result of normal wear and tear. Common problems experienced by cart owners range from the golf cart not starting to the cart l...

History of TaylorMade Drivers

Gary Adams started TaylorMade in the late 1970s out of his home in Illinois with an idea that the two-piece golf ball wasn't a fad. Adams recognized the way irons interacted with the new balls and believed steel woods would outperform persimmon.

TaylorMade Golf Company

The TaylorMade Golf Company is based in Carlsbad, California. Originally founded by Gary Adams in 1979, TaylorMade has since been acquired by German-based Adidas. The company initially made its name through the metal woods invented by Adams, and ...

Adidas Tech Response Golf Shoes

Many golf shoe manufactures are providing more athletic options for golfers in this modern market. Adidas is no different with its Tech Response Golf Shoe. The company still offers dressier options in traditional styles, but those and shoes that ...

How to Play Halloween Pranks on Your Foursome

Halloween can be a lot of fun, and it can be a great deal of fun to play Halloween pranks on your golfing group. You need to keep your jokes quick so the pace of play keeps moving, but they need to have an effect on people that they will never fo...

How Golf Wedges Can Help Lower Your Score

Wedges allow players to hit shots onto the green from anywhere inside 125 yards. Unfortunately, having wedges in your bag doesn't necessarily mean you know how to use them to your advantage. The ability to swing these clubs proficiently and execu...

Golf Jobs

When attempting to find employment in the golf industry, there are several options available. Although jobs in the golf industry can be extremely competitive, perseverance usually pays off due to the continuous growth of the golf sector. Regard...

Golf Cart Brake Repair Instructions

Club Car golf carts are a popular model with private golf cart owners. The Club golf cart uses a brake pad system similar to what is used on your automobile. After you have used your golf cart for a significant amount of time, you will have a nee...

Pinnacle Golf Ball History

In 1972, golf changed forever. Titleist unveiled the two-piece golf ball, and a revolution in long-distance drives followed. So, too, did another, less pricey version of the ball designed for the amateur. Its name was Pinnacle, and it remains ...

How to Copy the Golf Swing of Tiger Woods

Many pros and amateurs have tried to analyze and copy the golf swing of Tiger Woods. Not everyone can copy Woods' golf swing. You have to have his flexibility and range of motion to be able to pull it off. See resources for exercises that can hel...

History of Spalding Golf Clubs

No matter what brand of club you pull from your bag, you owe some thanks to one company--Spalding. At the turn of the 20th Century, golf had stirred mild interest in the United States, and A.G. Spalding & Brothers sporting goods saw an opport...

How to Make a Yamaha G19 Golf Cart Faster

Golf carts, once used exclusively as transportation on golf courses around the world, have branched out to become a popular way of getting around. One brand, the Yamaha G19, is now used to get around large estates, driven recreationally and being...

How to Build Muscles Quickly on the Arms

Arm muscles are important, if not vital, for a good golf game. There are certain muscles on the arms---such as the forearms, triceps and wrists---that are essential to work. If you're an avid, amateur or even professional golfer, here are some ar...

Wilson Ultra 500 Golf Balls Review

The Wilson Ultra golf ball is all about distance. This white, two-piece ball is a firm ball with low-medium spin rate. It offers a resilient, cut-proof ionomer cover with a high-powered titanium core-both helpful features for those with inconsist...

Ultrasound Tendonitis Treatment for Golfer's Elbow

Ultrasound is a form of therapy that involves using sound waves. The sound waves help promote healing in soft tissues, such as tendons. Tendonitis is inflammation in a tendon. In golfers, the injured tendon is most commonly found in the elbow, a ...

About Practice Golf Balls

Practice golf balls are golf balls that are designed to be hit in smaller areas so you can practice swinging your clubs when you are away from the course and don't have much space. Most practice golf balls are designed to go no farther than 40 ya...

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