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Golf FAQs

  1. How Tight Should New Golf Shoes Feel?

    In the realm of golf, where the focus is often on swings, clubs, and balls, the crucial role of golf shoes can sometimes be overlooked. A perfect fit in your golf shoe is as essential as a perfect stroke. So, how snug should those new golf shoes feel? Learn how to hit the sweet spot between comfort and performance. Understanding the Importance of ...

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  2. How to Polish Your Golf Clubs

    If you're a lover of the golf course, you'd agree that there's no better feeling than being out on the green on a beautiful day, clubs in hand, and looking for that perfect swing. But to keep that swing perfect and the feeling great, it's not just your skill that needs to be in tip-top condition; your golf clubs need some love and attention too. ...

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  3. What To Do If Your Golf Clubs Are Rusty?

    If your golf clubs are rusty, it's important to take action quickly to prevent any damage to the clubs. The first step is to inspect the clubs thoroughly and identify which ones have rust on them. If the rust is minor, you may be able to remove it with a wire brush, but caution is advised to ensure no further cosmetic damage is made. For more ...

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  4. What Is A Lie Angle On Golf Clubs?

    The lie angle of a golf club refers to the angle between the shaft and the ground when the club is held in a normal address position. This angle can have a big impact on the direction and accuracy of your shots. If the lie angle is too upright, the toe of the club will be pointing up, causing shots to go left. If the lie angle is too flat, the ...

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  5. What Is Golf Club Bounce?

    Golf club bounce is the angle between the ground and the leading edge of a club when it rests on the turf. It's what keeps your club from digging too deep into the ground and helps you glide smoothly through the grass. Think of it as the "bounce" your club gets when it hits the ground. Different clubs have different amounts of bounce, with wedges ...

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  6. How Many Clubs Are You Allowed To Bring To A Golf Course?

    When you head to the golf course, you can generally bring a maximum of 14 clubs with you. This might seem like a lot, but each club has a specific purpose and can be helpful in different situations. For example, drivers are used for long-distance shots off the tee, while irons are better for shorter, more controlled shots. Wedges are great for ...

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  7. What Is Wedge Degree?

    Wedge degree is a term used to describe the angle of loft on a golf club's face. The degree of loft on a wedge determines the height and distance that a golf ball will travel when struck by the club. Wedges typically have higher degrees of loft than other golf clubs, which makes them ideal for hitting short shots and approach shots to the green. ...

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  8. What Are The Different Types Of Clubs

    Here’s a beginners guide to the types of golf clubs and their purposes. There are five basic types of golf clubs to consider. WoodsThis category includes the driver and a variety of numbered fairway woods, such as 3-wood, 5-wood, 7-wood etc. Woods are designed to fire the golf ball the longest distances. The driver (1-wood) is designed to fire ...

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  9. Can You Get A Handicap Without Joining A Club?

    A handicap is a system that allows golfers of different skill levels to play against each other on an equal footing. It is an essential component of the game, particularly in tournament play. But do you need a handicap if you're not a member of a golf club? The answer is yes, and here's why. Firstly, having a handicap provides a measure of your ...

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  10. How To Clean and Maintain Your Clubs

    If you want to keep your game on point, you have to keep those clubs clean. A little bit of maintenance is crucial for good performance on the course. Here are some easy steps to follow: After every round, give your clubs a quick wipe down with a damp towel - this will remove any dirt or debris that may have accumulated during play. If you’re ...

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