I have always been wary of using a practice golf net. Outdoors, in the garden say, I am always a little concerned about hitting a driver or long iron straight through the netting and hearing that horrible shattering sound as it shoots through my neighbour’s window. And don’t even get me started on indoors! As… Continue reading Rukket Haack Practice Golf Net
So Augusta is over for another year and as usual, there were plenty of talking points. Here are the top five things I took home from this years event, in no particular order. Augusta National is a Hard Course! Every year around Masters time, a couple of posts will appear on the various internet forums.… Continue reading 5 Things We Learned from the Masters
Accuracy Matters-that’s the slogan on the cover of Golfbuddy’s LR5 rangefinder and the better you get at golf, the more it becomes important. When I was happy to break 100 it was probably enough to know which direction the green was! I exaggerate (slightly-you should have seen me spraying it all over the course!) but… Continue reading golf Buddy LR5 Rangefinder Review
Playing blades is a controversial topic. Some say they are the only way to learn to play the game whereas others claim that it’s the last thing any golfer should do. This can leave the average golfer pretty confused. Obviously when you look at something like the new Callaway muscle back and compare it to… Continue reading Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Blade?
With the current year-round version of golf, it is hard to say when one season ends and another begins, but now seems like as good a time as any to take stock of what has happened in 2017. I don’t want to run through a play-by-play of everything from this year (I will only forget… Continue reading The Best Golfer in the World in 2017?
We all know golfers are cool under pressure, never show their emotions and are a million miles away from the club-throwing, 5 putting tantrums and mental flaws of the average hacker. I mean, you would never see a pga pro losing it, would you? Or a complete miss hit from those superlative ballstrikers? Actually, yes,… Continue reading When Golf Goes Wrong-Five Epic Pro Golf Meltdowns
The USGA and the R and A have just released a proposal for various rule changes that they would like to implement from 2019. While some are seeing these ideas as a triumph for common sense, they have also been criticized for changing the way the game is going to be played by some or… Continue reading New Golf Rules Proposal-Common Sense or Changing the Game?
As I have said before (and more than once!) a rangefinder might just be the easiest way to shave a couple of shots off a round and is certainly a pretty good way of reducing frustration and having more fun on the course. It is also a time saver which is (or should be) a… Continue reading What is the Best Golf Laser Rangefinder-updated for 2018?
We are all looking to score better on the golf course. Whether you are trying to break 100 or actually looking to score under par, cutting shots is probably at the top of your list of priorities. Of course, everyone has advice, from the club pro down to that guy you bumped into last week… Continue reading 7 Simple Ways to Score Better on the Golf Course
EDIT: This review has been up here for something approaching three years now and hopefully has helped a lot of golfers decide if single length irons are a good fit for them. It seems like a good time to give you my latest thoughts on Pinhawk single length (yes, and dual length;) ) irons and… Continue reading Pinhawk Single Length Irons-The Complete Review. 2019/20 Update