Golf Club Equipment Myths

Former USGA equipment head tester debunks the marketing hype on what equipment golfers need for their game.

GolfEtail.com TaylorMade Tradition Adjustable Golf Hat
Apparel

The TaylorMade Tradition Cap features some of the some of the finest materials and workmanship and is held to the same high standards as their golf clubs. This high standard assures you the best in quality, fit and performance. Structured construction with TaylorMade logo in front. One size fits...

$19.99
GolfEtail.com Bridgestone TD-03 True Balance Putter
Golf Clubs

The Bridgestone Golf TD-03 True Balance Putter features: Stainless steel head construction. Dual layer grooved insert for the perfect combination of feel and roll. Unique over-sized ultra-lightweight 100% EVA grip for maximum comfort, feel, and grip. Specially engineered lightweight graphite...

$149.00
GolfEtail.com Bridgestone TD-01 True Balance Putter
Golf Clubs

The Bridgestone Golf TD-01 True Balance Putter features: Stainless steel head construction. Dual layer grooved insert for the perfect combination of feel and roll. Unique over-sized ultra-lightweight 100% EVA grip for maximum comfort, feel, and grip. Specially engineered lightweight graphite...

$149.00
GolfEtail.com TaylorMade M1 Fairway Wood
Golf Clubs

The TaylorMade Golf M1 Fairway Wood features: Carbon Composite Crown shifts weight low for optimal launch and spin conditions. Front Track System with two sliding weights (15g each) for preferred shot shape ranging from draw, neutral, fade. Adjustable Loft Sleeve with 12 positions +/- 2 degrees...

$299.99
GolfEtail.com TaylorMade M2 Fairway Wood
Golf Clubs

The TaylorMade Golf M2 Fairway Wood features: Carbon Composite Crown shifts weight low for optimal launch and spin conditions. NEW Speed Pocket - the Open Channel Speed Pocket promotes a larger sweet spot and reduced spin for more distance. More often. Combination of fluted hosel and internal...

$249.99

Books

  • The Insider's Guide to Golf Equipment

    Perigee. 1997. ISBN: 0399522778,9780399522772. 371 pages.

    A comprehensive buyer's guide to a full range of golf equipment evaluates the quality, special characteristics, and costs of a variety of brand-name clubs and accessories and offers advice on how to select the best equipment to fit one's personal needs. Original.

  • Ten Things You Thought You Knew about Golf Clubs

    Fireship Press. 2008. ISBN: 9781934757321,1934757322. 68 pages.

    How much do you really know about your golf clubs?Did you know that:The lower the loft on your driver, the farther you¿ll hit it?Your new driver has a larger ¿sweetspot?¿You are playing a stiff shaft, because it says so on it.Women¿s clubs are designed for women ?Fine, but the problem is¿ NONE OF THOSE THINGS ARE TRUETom Wishon, one of the leading golf club designers in the world, takes you through 10 myths that most golfers believe about their golf clubs. They are based on his best-selling...

  • How Golf Clubs Really Work and How to Optimize Their Designs

    Origin, Incorporated. 2000. ISBN: 0967762502,9780967762500. 183 pages.

    The book entitled How Golf Clubs Really Work and How to Optimize Their Design ($29.95), is the first book published that focuses on the golf club and the way that golfers can utilize their specific clubs to achieve better shot control, leading to lower scores for all golfers. The book is the end result of a 10-year, full-time dedicated research effort for co-authors Frank D. Werner and Richard C. Grieg. Both have advanced degrees in aerospace engineering and together have over 90 patents. The...

  • David Graham's Guide to Golf Equipment

    Tuttle Publishing. 1993. ISBN: 0804818487,9780804818483. 160 pages.

    The first ever equipment guide for golfers of all handicaps.

  • Golf Equipment Manufacturers

    University-Press.Org. 2013. ISBN: 1230518266,9781230518268. 30 pages.

    Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Acushnet Company, Adams Golf, Aldila, Antigua Apparel, Ben Sayers, Bridgestone Golf, Buggies Unlimited, Callaway Golf Company, Cleveland Golf, Cobra Golf, Cutter & Buck, Dixon Golf, Dunlop Sport, Dunlop Sport (Australia), Element 21 (company), Forgan of St. Andrews, John Letters, Julian Wheeler Curtiss, Lamkin Grips, MacGregor Golf, Maxfli,...

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