Soft vs Hard Golf Balls

Once you know your performance and your swing speed, you can start worrying about optimizing your resources to make sure you get the best results. Part of that optimization might be switching from a softer to a firm or hard golf ball. But why? What’s the key...

Can I Golf Barefoot? Pros and Cons

If you haven’t seen a golfer playing golf barefooted and unapologetic about it, watch the short 50-second video below of John Daly playing at Pinehurst 4 (NC) some 7 years ago. I took a snapshot of him on his bare feet; Pinehurst is a reputable golf club that...

3 Wood vs 5 Wood

I usually say I started golfing by accident and just this past week, I played with 3 Wood and have been wondering since if 5 Wood would be better. I was familiar with fairway but hadn’t used a 3 Wood before and because I missed a lot of my introductory golf...

How To Fix a Slice With Driver, Iron & Tips

In order to stop the slice in golf, you need to use different tools such as driver and iron. If you are a beginner golfer, then you need to start with the driver. The driver is the most important club in your bag, and it can help you hit the ball straight. If you are...

11 Best Indoor Putting Greens

Some believe top golf where you hit a ball into a big net is the next best thing to being on an actual golf course. However, we believe that indoor putting greens are where it’s at! Not only do they offer the same putting experience as being on an actual green,...