When you're faced with any type of job, it's a lot easier to attack it with the right tools.
A lot of golfers play golf with sunglasses, me being one of them. However, I don't think that most golfers give much thought to what kind of sunglasses they wear. Too many times I see golfers with sunglasses that are just way too small and barely cover their eyes.
Your golf ball is the only piece of golf equipment that gets used on every shot. That's why it needs to compliment your game, so you can get the most out of each shot. With so many different types of golf balls being sold today, it can be difficult deciding which one to go with.
Today I'm going to respond to a couple questions that were sent in concerning grips. There's a lot of different grips that are available, especially for putters, so I thought it would be good to discuss how golfers can test which ones may be right for them.
Launch angle is very important when it comes to ball flight. Having a driver that will give you the optimum launch angle is just as important. If you don't have the right tool for the job, you're going to make the game a lot more difficult.
Choosing which golf ball you play on a regular basis can be a bit of a challenge, especially with so many options that are currently on the market. Just because professionals use a certain ball, doesn't mean that's necessarily the best ball for you to use.
I really think Enlow Grips are a great product. I wouldn't promote them on the website if I thought anything else. But, I received an email that asked why I don't use them on every club in my bag.
Earlier this summer, Russ Bamber, wrote to me asking for help with a problem that I don't hear of all that often.
"Don, all of a sudden every one of my iron shots pulls left? My drives go straight, but I cannot hit a straight iron shot?? What am I doing wrong???? Help!!"