A player's grips are important: Here's a guide on how often to change them and how to find the right replacements.
David Dusek was a collegiate tennis player who traded his racquets for clubs in 2002. He covers golf equipment and also writes extensively about golf analytics and statistics on the PGA Tour. He has appeared as on The Today Show, The Dan Patrick Show, Larry King Live, CNBC’s Power Lunch and several ESPN shows. He is a regular guest on sports talk radio shows and wrote the story that won the 2006 ASME National Magazine Award in the Leisure Interests category, becoming the first golf writer to earn the distinction. He has edited two books and currently lives with his wife, son and daughter in Cheshire, Conn.
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Arccos 360 features smaller, lighter tags, extended battery life and lets golfers track every shot they hit on over 40,000 courses.
TaylorMade's newest putter family combines classic shapes with adjustable weights and an updated face insert designed to get the ball rolling faster.
The clubs Brendan Steele used to win the 2016 Safeway Open.
Ping announced Wednesday it has signed four-time PGA Tour winner Aaron Baddeley to an endorsement contract.
Injuries held the Englishman back, but Paul Casey made a comeback in the rankings and bolted up in several key statistical areas.
Lots of pros on the PGA Tour use three wedges, but several big names go with four. How many wedges should be in your bag?
The King F7 irons blend three designs into a set to maximize performance through the bag. They also are available as a single-length set.
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