Callaway has made some of the longest drivers in golf, but they’re not all the same. When you’re hunting for your next used Callaway driver, use this short article to help choose the right one for your game.
Choosing your next driver can be confusing, especially with so many options in today’s golf driver market. Even if you know you’re set on making that next driver a Callaway, the line-up is both fierce and complex. We’ve compared several of their top drivers (new and old) to help you make the right decision the first time.
The original Big Bertha driver was the stuff of legends, so when the line was re-issued earlier this year, the entire sport was on pins and needles. Would she live up to the legacy of her predecessors? Find out what we think of Big Bertha’s reappearance in this review.
The Titleist 913 D2 driver comes with an adjustable hosel standard, but there’s nothing standard about adjusting a driver. Don’t worry, we’ll walk you through the process and hopefully add a few yards to your drive.
Titleist has ramped up their innovation game with the upcoming 915 family. From drivers to fairways and hybrids, these new clubs promise to be more forgiving and innovative than the clubs that came before.
You may not know it, but stiffness in your shoulders and hips could be compromising your ability to swing smoothly and consistently. Workouts for golfers intended to improve your flexibility can be done in just a few minutes each day without a lot of special equipment. Here are just a few exercises that will help you perfect your swing.
When you’re trying with all your might to make it to the green, it can feel like you’re on display for the whole world to see — that pressure can get further amplified when you actually get there. There’s a reason that golfers call the green “the dance floor” — poor putting on the dance floor can be just as uncomfortable as having two left feet in a ballroom.
Shots involving water hazards may be some of the most intimidating shots in golf, but the hardest are those you have to make around trees. When dealing with trees, you have basically two options: you can go over the top or you can go under the lowest branches, or for the more advanced golfers you can play shots around the tree. When it comes to trees, these are the best golf tips for beginners that we’ve got.
If you’re a casual weekend golfer, you probably learned the game the way most weekend golfers do – you tagged along with friends who enjoyed it, were told “Just do what we do,” and off you went. This is a time-honored indoctrination into the world of golf, but when it’s just a bunch of friends hacking away once a week, one aspect that’s often underemphasized is the importance of common courtesy on the course.
Spending a day at the beach can be filled with sand, surf and fun, but when you’re trapped on the beach on the golf course, it’s anything but a good time. Sand bunkers are one of the most intimidating hazards…