Remember Two Words For Better Chip Shots

Remember Two Words For Better Chip Shots

Stop me if this sounds familiar. You set up to hit a chip. You’ve got your weight forward, the shaft leaning toward the target, and you’re playing the ball off your back foot. When you swing, you catch the ball super low on the face, and skull it across the green. On the next attempt, […]

Caddies welcome end of lawsuit, but the victory belongs to Jay Monahan and the PGA Tour

Caddies welcome end of lawsuit, but the victory belongs to Jay Monahan and the PGA Tour

On Thursday, the Association of Professional Tour Caddies announced the class-action lawsuit that caddies originally against the PGA Tour in 2015 has ended. The crux of the case involved caddies complaining that they were forced to wear bibs displaying tournament sponsors without receiving compensation, along with the threat of expulsion from working on tour if […]

Yo, Gear Guy! Should a beginner buy new or used golf clubs?

Yo, Gear Guy! Should a beginner buy new or used golf clubs?

Welcome to another edition of Yo, Gear Guy!, an interactive GOLF.com series in which our resident dimplehead (a.k.a., GOLF’s deputy editor of equipment, Mike Chwasky) fields your hard-hitting questions about clubs, fittings, gadgets, bounce, lofts, CG, MOI, and a bunch of other scary acronyms. This week he’s discussing if beginners should buy old golf clubs, […]

Are Golf Club Memberships Value For Money?

Are Golf Club Memberships Value For Money?

A recent thread on the Golf Monthly Forum got us thinking about golf club membership value for money Are Golf Club Memberships Value For Money? Golf is an expensive game and the best way to play lots of it cheaply is usually by joining a club. Joining a club mostly allows you unlimited golf to […]

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