COMING SOON… Studio Opening

Monday 6th September, the doors open for Hole Sale Golf at the Explanar Studio. 60 x FREE Giveaway Surprise to the first 60 people through the door. More Prizes and Offers if you read on… Exciting times all round! Not everything is ready but a lot has been set up by Luther Blacklock, who hasContinue reading “COMING SOON… Studio Opening”

The Game, Within The Game

I’ve often felt that PUTTING is a game within the game. Best day of your life, tee to green, and the flat stick doesn’t play ball? Worst day of your life, tee to green, and you hole every putt you look at? That’s why I think it can be a separate entity entirely. Some golfersContinue reading “The Game, Within The Game”

Service With a Smile

After starting the business in a national lockdown, I’ve used my Grandad’s (Pop Pops) words of wisdom to good affect by sticking to what I am good at. I build clubs, better than anyone and I genuinely care about your golf. Recommendations are travelling far and wide and I really appreciate all the support fromContinue reading “Service With a Smile”

Far and Wide

The dispersion of your shots can vary from player to player. Left to right and front to back. Having an idea of the longest shot and the shortest shot you may hit with each club can be extremely useful to know If you vary 20 yards front to back, so be it. But that bigContinue reading “Far and Wide”

Soft Soft Soft

Soft is a widely used term for golf balls. This is just some information to clear a few misconceptions up for soft golf balls. Soft doesn’t mean spin. Compression The compression of the ball comes from the core and is how much the ball, well, compresses. Softer compression is linked to benefiting slower swing speedsContinue reading “Soft Soft Soft”

How Long?

Length on Tour. Lots of talk around the distances on tour that are basically giving credit to the club and golf ball manufacturers. There are other factors that may have more weight and traction to the debate for ever increasing distance on the main tours. The players are younger on average. They have more speedContinue reading “How Long?”

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