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Buyer's Guide 2010


Equipment


  • 2010 Buyer's Guide Balls

    Golf balls are a lot like shoes. If one doesn’t fit your game, it can make for a very uncomfortable round.


    Use our guide to find the one that best matches your player profile. Put it into play, and enjoy the day.
  • 2010 Buyer's Guide Drivers

    This year's drivers are like the classics, but with modern engines


    2010 is a great year to buy a new driver. Manufacturers have (with a few exceptions) returned to more traditionally shaped clubs, stock driver shafts are better than ever (though certainly not as high performing as a premium fitted one), and prices haven’t budged.
  • 2010 Buyer's Guide Grips

    Your hands are the only connection you have with the club, so you must play with the right grips.


    Considering the grip is the only area that connects you with the golf club, not to mention with the golf ball for the matter, it’s a wonder so many golfers overlook this critical component.
  • 2010 Buyer's Guide Putters

    Choosing the right putter means first looking at what type of putting stroke you have


    Looking to drain a few more putts this year? We don’t blame you; and deciding to buy a new flatstick this year isn’t such a bad idea.
  • 2010 Buyer's Guide Shafts

    It’s remarkable how much a good-quality shaft can change your game.


    Want to know the fastest way to improve your game? Replace all those stock shafts with a top-of-the-line graphite or steel offering.
  • 2010 Buyer's Guide Wedges

    New groove rules mean new innovations in wedge technology


    Wedge technology hasn’t exactly been at the forefront of our minds in recent years.
  • 2010 Buyer's Guide Woods

    Today's fairway woods and hybrids are bigger, longer and easier to hit than ever.


    Looking to finally reach that long par-5 in two? How about actually hitting the green from 200 yards away, in the rough?
 
 
 
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