The Titleist AVX golf ball was introduced in 2018 as a high-launching, low-spinning alternative to the venerable Pro V1 and Pro V1x models. This makes the AVX on paper an excellent option for senior golfers who still value premium performance but generate slower club speeds
Building your first set of golf clubs as a beginner can be an intimidating task. How do you know exactly what clubs to buy?
Understanding the basics around the essential golf clubs needed in a beginner’s set will help guide smart purchases for getting started in the game.
Since signing an endorsement deal with TaylorMade in 2016, Tiger Woods has relied on evolutions of the TaylorMade P7TW iron line as his model of choice.
The current P7TW iron was co-designed by Woods and TaylorMade engineers specifically to meet his exact performance standards.
Modern 9 irons typically have a loft between 40-41 degrees. However, there is some variability across club brands, sets, player types, and generations of clubs.
Daniel Berger’s iron model of choice is the TaylorMade P730. This clean, classic forged players cavity back design provides the blend of precision, workability, and consistent distance that suits Berger’s ball striking skills.
Suddenly those stock iron shafts you were fit for years ago seem all wrong. Fortunately, reshafting provides a great option for completely changing iron shafts without buying new clubs. But how much does it cost to reshaft a set of irons?
In golf, swing speed refers to the velocity of the clubhead through impact with the ball, usually measured in miles per hour (mph).
Slower swing speeds reduce distance and height on shots, requiring compensations in equipment and technique.