Tag: golf clubs

Buy of the Week: low spin and forgiveness with the Big Bertha Alpha 815

Buy of the Week: low spin and forgiveness with the Big Bertha Alpha 815

Every now and then you try out a driver that just has you chuckling. You may have seen my article on golf club history the other day, where I marveled at how we’ve gone from lumps of wood to these sensational new clubs that can do so much it almost […]

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From hand-carved lumps of wood to expertly crafted tools: a history of the golf club

From hand-carved lumps of wood to expertly crafted tools: a history of the golf club

  Winston Churchill once said, “Golf is a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an ever smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose.” Well, if he could see today’s golf clubs, he might want to rephrase that a little bit. I’ve covered some […]

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Walker Cup: 3 things you need to know about US Amateur Champion, Bryson DeChambeau

Walker Cup: 3 things you need to know about US Amateur Champion, Bryson DeChambeau

  It’s less than two weeks to go until the Walker Cup, where the best amateur golfers in the USA, Great Britain and Ireland will compete on the Royal Lytham & St Annes links course – and you can already feel the buzz. The GB and Ireland team will be […]

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