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With hundreds of balls to choose from and your game continuously changing, we’ve covered the most burning questions to help you choose.
Golf clubs are a serious investment, so making the right decision for your particular game is very important. We’re here to help that.
Whether it’s gloves, carts, trolleys, bags or rangefinders; we’ve covered it all in our product reviews based around all your questions.
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The main difference between golf balls marketed for women versus golf balls marketed for men is the level of compression – which we discuss here.
Yes, the Callaway Epic is a good driver for seniors but you will see in this article that it’s mainly their MAX model.
A senior shaft can, in most cases, be an excellent option for beginners. As we discuss here, it could make it easier for you to hit the ball higher, straighter, and further.
A senior flex shaft is not the same as a ladies flex as, you will learn here, most manufacturers will ensure the ladies shaft has additional flex.
Yes, a senior shaft could give you more distance but, as you’ll see here, it largely depends on your ball flight, swing speed and ball flight.
The shaft that a senior golfer should use is not as obvious as you may think. There are three questions you need to ask yourself first, as it may not be as simple as a ‘senior flex’.
Senior flex shafts are designed specifically for senior golfers; they are lighter, they will have higher torque and have a softer flex.
We talk through five main ways seniors can increase their driving distance, which includes the right swing technique and the right strike numbers.
Research has shown that a 70 year old male, swinging a driver at 75mph, should hit a golf ball around 187 yards in distance.
In this short article, we analyze three tools available that will help seniors hit the golf ball further and how to make the most of them in your game.
The best compression for a senior golfer is a low compression golf ball, usually around a 45-75 compression rating. We discuss more about this here.
We explain why a low compression ball is the golf ball seniors should play with, as it launches a lot easier into the air under less force.