How To Buy Wedges

A small guide on what I think is the best way to buy wedges. Skip to the bottom to get straight to the numbers A Quick Story Some years ago I went to the best place I thought there was for a wedge fitting; St Ives, the home of Titleist and the Vokey, here inContinue reading “How To Buy Wedges”

New MOT Page

So I’ve adjusted the ins-and-outs of the MOT/SERVICE in the line up of options. With a new indoor golf studio, I’m looking give you way more value. Custom Fit Your Own Clubs: LENGTHS – £7.50 to lengthen – £5.00 to shorten. GRIPS – Ranging from £5 – £12 – Different Sizes & Styles. Ask forContinue reading “New MOT Page”

Custom Fit – Check Up

So you had your irons custom fit. What now? Most fittings start with a 7 iron …and finish just there. You get the clubs in a box and away you go. Over time there’s a lot that can change. The clubs, your ability, your technique, wear and tear on grips or even heads bending afterContinue reading “Custom Fit – Check Up”

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”

Wedges – A Buyers Guide

So when it comes to wedges there’s a lot to learn and consider. You can go for every degree gap or you can space it out to give fewer wedges and more woods. The starting point for me it is to look at the irons in your golf bag. You may have irons down toContinue reading “Wedges – A Buyers Guide”

Scratch That Itch

How might a scratch player set up their golf bag? For me, the emphasis is on the wedges first. Good loft gaps to create consistent yardage gaps at the bottom end of the bag. Also not often will you see two clubs create the same yardage anywhere in the bag. If there is is, itContinue reading “Scratch That Itch”

Going Clubbing

How do the clubs in a golf bag progress for different skill levels? Beginner Package sets are great to start with and you can replace or upgrade clubs as and when you feel the need. Equally true with 2nd hand or any freebies people may have laying around. Learn the game. It’s easier to learnContinue reading “Going Clubbing”

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