Editorial provided by National Club Golfer What can we do to speed up play, and who should be tackling the issue? It’s not easy for the modern golfer, but we all have a responsibility, says National Club Golfer editor Dan Murphy. “I’m going to start by standing up a little for the much-maligned modern golfer,… Read more »
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Editorial provided by National Club Golfer The large 380-gram head coupled with a 15-inch, 130-gram counterbalanced grip helps promote exceptional stability, control and feel. While the typical putter has one light end (grip) and one heavy end (head), putting more weight in the grip to counterbalance the weight of the head increases the MOI of… Read more »
Scott Cranfield PGA Master Professional has provided a simple video to show how you can control your golf ball on the edge of the green.
Playing golf is great fun and with millions of people playing the game in the UK on a regular basis, there are bound to be accidents. As with taking part in any sporting activity, there are a whole host of risks – which especially applies to golf. With this in mind, it is wise to… Read more »