The NEW Search for the Perfect Golf Club

August 18, 2019 - Comment

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?

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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 TRUE

Tom Wishon, one of the world’s leading club designers, takes you on a guided tour of the golf club, explaining in lay language how and why golf clubs work the way they do. Perhaps of even greater importance, he explains what to look for—and what to look out for—when you buy your next club.
“…the average golfer knows little more about golf clubs than what he or she reads in advertising or sees in Golf Channel infomercials. This lack of golf equipment knowledge results in millions of golfers attempting to play an already difficult game with equipment that not only won’t, but CAN’T POSSIBLY allow them to play to the best of their ability.”
It turns out the latest cutting-edge frontier in golf… is plain old-fashioned custom club fitting.

Do you think:
* That clubheads made from harder metal will hit the ball farther?
* The faster you swing, the stiffer your shaft should be?
* That your clubs are “just like the ones the pros use?”

Find out WHY those things are not true and learn the things they do NOT tell you in the golf club ads!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Valuable knowledge will lead to better purchases Given the rising cost of modern golf clubs, finding the clubs that suit you seems a logical thing to invest some time in.I’ve had everything from wooden woods to metals, square head drivers to modern adjustable drivers.I’ve had cavity backed irons and blades, and I’ve had at least a dozen putters. However I feel like a fool now I’ve read this book because I was one of those who read the golf company adverts and purchased the next great club without having a clue why they were…

Anonymous says:

An important book to read and share before buying new kit Makes sense to me. However every golf pro dismisses it which I suspect is because I am now clearer on what I need and will not waste money with them annually pointlessly upgradi g kit

Anonymous says:

Schwing Tom Wishon has the ability to explain the subtleties of golf equipment to either the average golfer or, if you are so inclined, to total technical anoraks.I would suggest that any golfer thinking about buying a set of clubs should read this before handing over their cash.While many people argue with his opinions, it hard to dismiss them when they are backed up with numbers and some pretty basic facts.Find out why 3 million golfers a year give up the game; why…

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