Hot Or Not? What's trending (or not) in 2012 It's a new year, a new golf season, and if you read enough of this magazine, hopefully a new golf game that's better than ever.
April 2012 The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more
Should You Join The 3-Wood Revival? They're long...really long Distance sells these days, because it's sexy. And multiple savvy club manufacturers are bombarding you with ads for their new and strong 3-woods.
We Tried It: Cleveland Classic Cleveland's new classic driver When we first saw the new Cleveland Classic driver in person—better yet, in sunlight—we were amazed. Amazed first at how big a risk Cleveland was willing to take on a retro finish, and second, at how starkly different it looked from most modern-day driver iterations.
2012 Buyer's Guide Drivers This year's crop of new drivers is longer and lighter then ever The year's crop of new drivers are longer and lighter than ever!
2012 Buyer's Guide Woods Are the new fairway woods as long as your driver? This year marks the first year that we've seen fairway woods truly marketed as driver alternatives.
2012 Buyer's Guide Irons These new sticks will help you hit the green Today's new irons are better than ever, with several new and very forgiving models to choose from.
2012 Buyer's Guide Wedges This year, get up and down...every time Virtually every new wedge for 2012 promises to help you improve your short game and get up and down more often.
2012 Buyer's Guide Putters Will you switch to a long putter this year? What's the most overlooked component of your clubs? Easy: the grips. It shouldn't be, since the grip is the only connection you make with the club
Five Questions With Fujikura Golf Shaft talk with one of the game's great companies Our biggest initiative is to better educate all golfers on the importance of a precision shaft fitting.
2012 Buyer's Guide Shafts It's the club's engine. Are you in need of a tune-up? Even after years of preaching it in the pages of Golf Tips, it seems many golfers still ignore the most critical component of the golf club.
Five Questions With Srixon We delve into the ballmaker's new lineup The advancements in cover technology is the main reason for the improved durability.
2012 Buyer's Guide Balls Colored, multi-layered, self-correcting. We've got 'em all. What we like the most about 2012 is how affordable urethane-covered balls have gotten. This year, you can play great balls and not worry about losing one. Okay, you can still worry about losing one.
2012 Buyer's Guide Grips Your hands only touch one thing on the club. Make sure your grips are right for you. What's the most overlooked component of your clubs? Easy: the grips. It shouldn't be, since the grip is the only connection you make with the club
2012 Buyer's Guide Shoes And Accessories Who says the game is played with just clubs and balls? In this section, we highlight a number of this year's best accessories, from comfortable shoes to talking GPS units. The future is now.
Determining Your Set Makeup It's time to balance your ascend! You need to have a distinct set makeup, one that saves your swing and game.
Five Questions With Winn Grips What goes into making one of the game's best grips How did Winn start? How has the company's mission changed over the years?
Five Questions With Cleveland Golf A glimpse inside one of the game's coolest companies Forged, huh? We've seen quite a few new forged wedges, not just from Cleveland, but from other companies, as well. What sets yours apart from the crowd?
A Blueprint For Shaft Buying Know which motor is right for you There's no doubt that getting the right shaft for each of your clubs can make a world of difference in your ballflight.
Five Questions With PING A glimpse inside one of the game's greatest companies What is your flagship product (or product line) this year? How is it different from/better than anything we've seen from PING before?
2012 Buyer’s Guide Preview Golf Tips’ Annual Buyer’s Guide Hits Newsstands March 6th! Chances are your diet is actually causing your golf scores to go up, says author and veteran golf writer Scott Kramer.
The Golfer’s Diet Losing strokes on the course? Your diet may be the problem. Chances are your diet is actually causing your golf scores to go up, says author and veteran golf writer Scott Kramer.
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