Club Head Speed and Equivalent Loft Gaps

Most golfers know that general golf industry iron loft gaps are 90% of the time in 4 degree loft spacing which may or may not be correct for the distance gap between clubs for you specifically.  Clubs are designed and built off the rack and industry wide to fit an average player but that does not take into account what you may need for correct fit and performance.  As you can see below if you are a slower to slow-medium club head mid iron swing speed golfer you need different than 4 degree loft gaps in your set.  You also maybe able to carry fewer clubs and get better performance with larger loft gap and corresponding distance gaps.  All clubs should be fit and lofts adjusted for best performance.  There are a few designs also like the Wishon 730CL  with 6 degree loft gaps and specially designed high lofted driver, long and high fairway woods, hybrid in 6/7 and 8/9 plus wedges.

These are the mid iron club head speeds….. read more

Positive Impact Golf Review

Positive Impact Golf – The Easiest Golf Swing for Seniors?

Have you tried Positive Impact Golf? What have been your experiences? What tips do you have for others trying it? Respond in the comments below the article. . . . Ross Reinhold, guest author.

Brian Spark’s videos and methods (that he calls Positive Impact Golf and maintains it is the Easiest Swing in Golf for Seniors) were first recommended to me by Scott Starks in 2016. I watched a few but put it aside as I was concentrating on other methods. But in the spring of 2017 I found that over the winter something had changed to affect my iron play. I couldn’t hit my mid-length irons much further than my nine iron. I was also spraying my iron shots left and right. read more

Tee It Forward

Golfers see this often in every foursome at least one or more members of the group are playing the incorrect tee box for their driver distance.  The USGA and PGA came out with the “Tee It Forward” program in 2011.

There is a good chart on the link from USGA/PGA on what tee and distance of course you should use for your driver distance.  Tee It Forward Guidelines read more