The New Driver Dilemma (And How To Get A New Driver For Less)

The major club companies have a strangle hold on the market. It seems like every few months a big name brand is coming out with another $400 driver that is “longer and straighter” than the last. While I do believe in the improvement of technology, I don’t believe in shelling out $400 for a new […]

A Simple Solution For Tough Decisions On The Golf Course

The majority of good decisions on the golf course are based on information. Golf is a game of information. The person who has more, and knows what to do with it, lowers their scores. This is one of the core principles of Intelligent Improvement. I came across this video by Dennis Sales at Button Hole […]

FINALLY Doing What You’ve Told Me To Do…

I’ve been feeling reluctant to talk about something, But it’s long overdue, so here goes… As you may or may not know, about 80% of players hit a slice. When we think about all the trainers, tips, technology, and experts we have available, The fact that 80% still hit a slice is ABSURD! But to […]

TaylorMade RBZ Review (17yds longer. For real?)

No doubt TaylorMade has done all they can do to make sure we’ve heard about their new RBZ line of drivers and fairway woods. Their latest campaign on the PGA Tour revolves around the “fact” that their 3wd is 17 yards longer than last years model. At least I think that is what they’re comparing […]

Titleist AP2 712 Irons Review

The Titleist AP2 line has become one of the more desirable clubs on the market among mid to low handicaps. The 712 model (712 = 2012) is strong addition to the long line of impressive AP2 models. Titleist was able to increase the irons moment of inertia (MOI) without eliminating the “playablity” of the club. […]

What Is Moment Of Inertia?

More and more often we’re seeing new golf clubs hit the market boasting about an increased moment of inertia (MOI). So What does that mean? I’ll quickly explain (without getting to technical). MOI has to do with a golf club’s resistance to twisting at impact. The HIGHER the moment of inertia, the LESS the club […]

2012 U.S. Open Excpected To Be A Brutal Test

Apparently the USGA isn’t too happy about Rory McIlroy going deep last June. Sixteen under (-16) isn’t what USGA Executive Director Mike Davis, or anyone else, likes to see at an event that prides itself on being “the toughest test in golf.” The Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA will play at a par-70, stretching […]

Renegade Mental Training for Golf Review

Working on the mental game is a bit like weight lifting. If we aren’t actively trying to improve our mindset on the golf course, its getting worse. I had the chance to review the Renegade Mental Training for Golf System, and I found it to be a complete tool box of strategies any player can […]