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What Are Game Improvement Irons

Would it surprise you to learn that Tiger Woods used game improvement irons all during his amatuer career, all the way up until he signed an endorsement deal to play different irons when he turned pro.

The experts at Golf Gear Advisor share what game improvement irons are, who uses them, and who should be using them to improve their game.

How To Get Better At Golf Without Lessons

In the world of golf, you won’t find many players who aren’t trying to get better. The journey takes almost every avenue, and there are actually a lot of answers to the question, how to get better at golf without lessons.

Our staff of experts at Golf Gear Advisor share their top tips and drills for improving your golf game on your own, without professional help.

How To Choose Golf Irons

Golf Irons represent a significant investment, so you should do everything that you can to make sure you purchase irons that sre going to give you the best chance of playing well.

Our staff of experts at Golf Gear Advisor share their extensive knowledge of golf irons and the top things to consider when you are choosing irons that will insure you get irons that will help you lower your scores and improve your golf game.

Best Golf Hats For Sun Protection

One of the greatest things about the game of golf is you get to enjoy the great outdoors. How often these days do most people get outside for several hours straight - either solo or with their buddies?

One of the most prominent reasons golfers wear hats is to protect their faces and necks from the sun.

Our staff at Golf Gear Advisor takes an in depth look at the best golf hat options for protecting yourself from the sun.

Are Driving Ranges Open In The Rain?

Going to the driving range if the weather looks bad is a great way to work in some time golfing without risking being stuck out on the course in the rain or having to take a rain check on your round, but are Driving Ranges Open In The Rain?

Our staff at Golf Gear Advisor takes an in depth look at this question and gives you answers for all scenarios, so that you can be prepared for the best and the worst that Mother Nature can throw at you.

Driving Range Tips For Beginners

The driving range is the place where most people get introduced to the game of golf and begin their golf journey. Most of those that are new to the game just randomly hit golf balls without ever getting better, but it doesn't have to be that way.

Our staff of experts at Golf Gear Advisor share their Top 10 Best Driving Range Tips For Beginners to improve their swings and begin lowering their scores on the golf course.

Can You Golf In The Rain

Playing golf in the rain is inevitable if you spend any time at all in the game. Whether it’s on purpose, because you got caught in a sudden downpour, or you just can’t walk away from the best round of your life. The key is to “be prepared” as they say in the Boy Scouts. 

The staff at Golf Gear Advisor share their top 10 tips for playing golf in the rain!

Best Rain Hat For Golf

Whether you’re playing a bucket-list round at one of the most famous courses on the planet such as St. Andrews or Bandon Dunes Golf Links or trying to finish one more hole during the best round of your life, weather is an integral part of the game of golf.

Our staff shares their top picks for best golf rain hats so that you can continue to play when the skies open up!

Best Putter Grips

Over the years, the experts at Golf Gear Advisor have used a number of different putter grips with varying levels of success. Some we loved. Some didn’t last more than a day or two on our putters. 

Looking back, we are glad we tried so many so that we knew exactly how to test the best putter grips, and bring them to you with honest, informed reviews.

We will take you through the important things to consider when choosing your grip, and bring you a comprehensive list of the best ones. All you have to do is understand your preferences and click a button to get going!

Best Golf Grips

Every golfer is unique, and every one of us has different preferences. Finding the best golf grips for your wedges, irons, and woods can be an intimidating task. 

Our staff of experts weigh in with their top picks for the ultimate golf grips for each uniques situation, complete with why they chose those grips and the pros and cons of each one.

Use this information to find the right grips for you and your golf game!

Best Golf Hats For Big Heads

Do you have trouble finding a golf hat that fits? Our staff of experts share their top picks for golf hats that are made for large heads.

They will cover all different types of hats up to 4XL for the big guys out there, including traditional hats, bucket hats, Panama Jack style hats and more.

No matter how big your head is, we have a hat for you!.

Best Golf grips For Sweaty Hands

Having sweaty hands on the golf course is a common problem. Whether you live somewhere hot, or golf is your summer activity, chances are you are playing some of your rounds in hot and humid conditions.

We have the same problem, and took a deep dive to find the best golf grips for sweaty hands. 

Have a look at what we found.

Golf Grip Pressure

Finding the proper golf grip pressure can be daunting. Everyone tells you that grip pressure can be the difference between playing great golf and not being able to keep the ball on the planet. Are you squeezing too hard?

Are you not holding the club firmly enough?

Where are the proper pressure points in your hands?

These are all questions that we will answer. 

Best Tacky Golf Grips

We at Golf Gear Advisor know how frustrating it can be to feel the club move in your hands during your golf swing. We have tested and tried all of the best tacky golf grips on the market. In this article we will discuss our favorites, and help you make the best decision for your game. 

The Proper Golf Grip

In this article, we take an in-depth look at how to hold the golf club.

We will go into the different types of grips, as well as how to know if your grip is too strong or too weak and even how to feel the right amount of grip pressure.

A proper golf grip will bring consistency to your golf swing, while helping you to release the club correctly and shoot lower scores.

Interlock vs overlap grip

Both an interlocking and an overlapping style each have their pros and cons, and they are each the better choice for different golfers.

From the size of your hands to your swing tendencies and everything in between, we are going to help guide you through all of the factors that go into making the decision of which grip is best for your game.

Putting Grip Styles

The way that you grip a putter can be the difference between making and missing putts. In this article we are going to discuss the various putting grip styles that are commonly used at every level, and why each one is useful.

There are putting grip styles that tend to work better for golfers with all kinds of different physical attributes. Each one has its pros and cons, and will produce results for people with certain tendencies. 

How To Stop Topping The Ball

Would you believe that even Jack Nicklaus topped the ball once in a while?

Yep, it's true. Topping the ball is a problem that happens to even the best players in the game.

In this article we share the causes of topping the ball and some drills to help you stop topping it and improve your scores.

How To Break 90

Did you know that only 26% of adult golfers break 90 on a regular basis?

In this article we share some swing tips and drills, as well as some mental tips that will help you to join the elusive club of breaking 90 on a regular basis.

Follow the advice in this article and you will develop your game, become a better player, and find yourself shooting in the 80s on a regular basis.

Best Golf Tips

We all want to improve our golf swing and shoot better scores, but we could all use some sort of roadmap to get there.

In this article, we share 12 golf swing tips complete with drills that are sure to improve your swing as long as you take the time to use them and practice on a regular basis.

Better scores and a lower handicap are possible when you take the time to implement the tips into your practice regimen

Woman Golfer Wearing A Golf Shirt

The most common question ladies ask when they are going golfing for the first time is, "But what do I wear?"

Our Women's Fashion Editor takes a deep dive into the woman golfer's dress code, including what to wear to country clubs, public courses, the driving range and more. Get answers to all of your women's golf attire questions.

Fix a slice drills setup

Most beginner golfers start with a slice and as they learn more about the golf swing, they figure out how to fix a slice, and many golfers go on to actually draw the ball.

In this article, we take a look at cause and effect for a slice and then provide you with drills to help you fix a slice and become a better golfer.

Golfer with a dirty golf hat

If you’re like me, you grow very fond of your favorite golf hats, but after just a few rounds of golf out in the hot sun your favorite hat becomes a dirty, sweat stained mess.

But all hope is not lost.

In this article you are going to learn how to wash golf hats and have them looking like new again.

John VanDerLaan wearing a golf hat

If you watch golf on television or if you play golf, you have seen most golfers wearing hats at the golf course, but why do golfers wear hats?

We have talked to numerous professional golfers that play on the PGA Tour, the Korn Ferry Tour and on multiple mini tours and asked them the question; Why do you wear a hat when you play golf? 

Their answers may surprise you!


Most amatuer golfers are focused on hitting the ball further off the tee, but it is the short game that will help them reduce their scores the quickest. In today's post we will answer the question; Does shaft flex matter in wedges?

The short answer is yes, shaft flex matters in wedges, in fact it matters in all of your clubs if you want to play your best.

Let's take a look at why that is and help you to find the right shaft for your wedges.