Your pitching wedge is one of your most versatile and useful clubs, giving you a range of specific shot types out on the course. You can chip the ball high into the air, allowing the ball to drop onto the green with little backspin so that it falls gently in place.
Putting is often one of the areas where we rack up our swing count and effectively lose our game. It’s devastating to get to a par 4 hole in two swings, just to butcher your putting and end up with a single or double bogie.
Improving your golf game means consistently improving on your core skills and golf swing. Two of the most important factors when driving the ball is distance and accuracy. In order to perfect the best swing, you’ll want to not only perfect your accuracy but also increase the distance you can drive the ball.
Most golfers and club manufacturers are well aware of terms like stiffness, butt frequency, torque, weight, balance point, etc.