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How to Regrip Golf Clubs Yourself (With Ease)

Regripping your own golf clubs is the golfer’s equivalent of changing your own oil. It’s as much about the care and pride you put into your equipment as it is the cost-saving benefits. Once you know how to do it, regripping your own clubs is a straightforward and enjoyable process.

Golf equipment and accessories

What Golf Bag Accessories Are a Must-Have for a Winner?

There’s an art to perfectly accessorizing your golf bag. You don’t want to be sifting through an endless collection of junk just to find a buried ball marker. You also don’t want to get exposed to unfavorable elements if you pack too light. To help you strike that perfect balance, we’ve assembled this list of the must-have golf bag accessories, and which ones you can leave at h...

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Finding the Right Golf Bag for Your Game

Shopping for a golf bag can feel like a monumental task. Unless you change your golf bag as often as you change your shoes, this investment is going to be something that stays with you a while. You want to make sure you’re purchasing the best golf bag for your needs. There are so many factors to consider, like weight, club well, pockets, color, and many others. To help you make...

What Is the HP2 Titleist Golf Ball?

The HP2 Titleist is one of the top-rated golf balls available for distance. Its construction is probably best suited for low-handicap and experienced golfers who can get the most out of the ball. While it will get more distance than most golf balls, this can depend on the weather conditions.

What Is the Flex Point in a Golf Shaft?

The golf shaft is crucial to the performance of the club and the golfer. For the intermediate to advanced golfer the flex point, also known as the "kick point" in the shaft can either enhance or hinder your on-course performance.

Golfer using simulator

Golf Simulator Guide: Understand Your Options

Thanks to the emergence of golf simulators, you no longer have to kiss your golf season goodbye at the first sight of snow. These high-tech, fun experiences are easily accessible just about anywhere and golf simulators have helped expand the game in many ways. Here’s an overview of golf simulators, where you can find them, and what to expect if you’ve never tried one before.

The Best Golf Cart Windshield

It's a fact of life around the golf course that the windshield has to be replaced every season or so. Debris kicks up, scratches accumulate and there's no amount of cleaning, buffing or polishing that will allow the windshield to do it's job. Golfers want to see clearly when they are driving their carts, so you have to replace the windshield.

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Top 5 Best Gas Golf Carts: The Definitive List

Making the investment to purchase your own personal golf cart is probably more than you bargained for. As time has gone on, the ability to customize golf carts in addition to standard options has grown exponentially. If the one factor that you've decided on is gas power instead of electric, here's a list of some of the best and most popular models available.

The Best Golf GPS Devices

GPS golf devices have become common-place in recent years. They are handheld GPS devices used to inform a player how far he is from the hole or other location on the course. GPS devices eliminate the need to keep detailed yardage books for a given course and enable the average golfer to be more accurate with club selection. The more advanced devices also provide additional info...

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The Best Golf Spikes

When stepping on to a golf course, selecting the proper spikes or cleats is just as important as choosing the right course to play, clubs to use or caddy to assist. The correct spikes could be the difference between shooting even par after 18 holes and delivering a strong five under performance at the conclusion of 18. There is no substitute for gaining the best possible footin...

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How to Sell Golf Carts

To many golfers, the idea of selling a golf cart never enters the thought process. When they play at a club, they usually ride in the golf cart the course provides. But the course does not "give" the golfer the cart. They rent it to you for your round. Purchasing your own cart can save money in the long run and you can put your own personal touches on it. If you buy, you probab...

Artificial Turf vs. Natural Grass

Artificial turf is in wide use on some golf courses. No, it is not a substitute for lush fairways, but there are a few courses that have gone to artificial turf golf greens. It has also become very popular as an at-home product. Golfers who like to practice their short game or who will take the time to put up a net will be able to practice their game at home as readily as they ...

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Best Golf Gloves: Find the Glove That Fits Your Game

There’s nothing quite like slipping on a brand new golf glove. The unboxing, the first wear, the new Velcro. The new glove doesn’t know all of the pain the last glove went through, it’s like starting anew.

How to Measure the Length of a Golf Shaft

Measuring the length of a golf shaft is an easy process and can be very useful when buying new clubs.

How to Troubleshoot & Repair a Golf Cart

When golf carts first hit the scene, you typically would only see them on the golf course. Today, golf carts seem to be everywhere. Golf carts are used by people working on construction sites or farms, or by people in retirement communities who use them to go to the store or to visit a neighbor down the street. Sale of golf carts in 2008 topped $1 billion, a testament to their ...

How to Start a Golf Cart Repair Business

With so many vehicles on the road today, there are bound to be problems with your car, truck, motorcycle or any other vehicle you may own. These types of vehicles can easily be fixed because numerous businesses in the vehicle-repair field exist. When it comes to golf cart repair, the numbers of businesses are limited. If you think you have what it takes to run your own golf-car...

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Can You Play With a Dented Driver? Facts and Fixes

Putting a dent in your driver is beyond frustrating, but can you play with the club after you've dinged it up? Get the facts on what's allowed along with how a dent affects your club. In addition, learn about your options once you have a dent or sky mark on your driver head.

About Patterns for Golf Club Covers

Golf head covers prevent your golf clubs from scratching and banging into each other during the course of a round of golf. They also provide protection in adverse weather and will keep the clubs from getting too wet in the rain. But in addition to protecting your clubs, you can have a little bit of fun by picking out golf club covers that go with your personality.

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How to Make a Golf Ball Retriever

Golf balls are expensive, some costing about $4 each, so you hate to lose them. A golf ball can end up in the water where the only way to retrieve it is either to wade out to where it's located or have a trusty ball retriever in your golf bag. Or it finds itself in the bushes and sometimes in a tree, where it would be handy to have a ball retriever instead of either shinnying u...

Ideas on How to Make Homemade Golf Gifts

There are many types of gifts that you can make for a golfer that can be both useful and personal. Golf club head covers, golf towels and bag tags are useful, but also made personal with embellished details. For a small investment, you can quickly and easily make a homemade gift for your favorite golfer that no one else will have.

How to Replace Golf Cart Tires

Many golf carts these days have tires that are tubeless. For a person who has had some experience with tubed tires, fixing a flat usually used to involve a tire plug kit. With tubeless tires, you have to remove the tire from the rim to replace it with a new one. In this article you will get instructions on how to change your golf cart tires properly.

Trion Z Bracelet Reviews

SpecsTrion:Z was founded in 2005 and is one of the leading manufacturers in magnetic/ionic bracelets and necklaces specifically geared towards performance sports. The bracelets come in three styles: Dual Loop (shown), Broadband and Active (made of silicon). The Dual Loop and Broad band are sized: Sm (6.3 inches), Med (7.1 inches), Lg (7.9 inches) and X-Lg (8.5 inches). The Acti...

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Scotty Cameron Detour Putter Reviews

SpecsScotty Cameron began designing putters exclusively for Titleist in 2004. Today Scotty Cameron is the number one putter on the PGA Tour. The Detour putter combines the design of the Newport with the addition of a supportive weighted extension at the back of the putter head to help keep the putter's stroke on line. The Detour comes in two different models: Detour Newport 2 a...

Ping G10 Driver Reviews

Specs The Ping G10 driver is a 460 cc titanium head designed to create a high launch angle, while maintaining a lower ball spin off the clubface. The design of the clubface features a steeper face and a deeper crown that produces a higher MOI. This is designed to give the golfer more forgiveness and increased ball velocity off the clubface.


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