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MyGolfSpy Labs – The Iron Fitting Study (Part 2)

In part one of this two part series we gave you an overview of what you should look for in an iron fitting, as well as some of the key elements of any iron fitting. In part two we continue that discussion, and provide you...

  • December 10, 2015
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MyGolfSpy Labs – The Iron Fitting Study

Written By: Erik Henrikson, Ph.D.
Iron Fitting
PING’s custom-fitting history dates back to the 1960’s when founder Karsten Solheim helped pioneer the concept by helping PGA Tour professionals calibrate their equipment...

  • December 9, 2015
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MGS Labs: Conforming vs. Non-Conforming Grooves

Written By: Andrew Rice

Are the new grooves capable of producing as much spin as our old beloved square (and now non-conforming) grooves? Could the hoopla surrounding the 2010 groove rule have been much ado about nothing?

It's certainly...

  • November 25, 2015
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OMG! Did you just see that?

OMG! Did you just see that?
What...how...give me another one.  I have to see that again!
The reaction is almost always the same.  No matter what the age and regardless of the handicap, this golf product seems to perform...

  • July 27, 2015
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MGS Labs – Fitted (vs) Non-Fitted Putters Part II

In Part 1 of our putter fitting study, we looked at the differences between the putters 20 golfers had in their bags and what PING's experts fit them for. If you missed it, it's definitely worth checking out as the...

  • April 16, 2015
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MGS Labs – Fitted (vs) Non-Fitted Putters?

Over 95% of you (amateur golfers) have never been fit for a putter. Shocked? Probably not.

What if I told you that over 85% of the top PGA industry professionals (the guys supposed to be fitting you) have never been fit...

  • April 14, 2015
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MyGolfSpy Labs: Draws vs. Fades

Written By: Andrew Rice

Yes, yes, we all know that draws go further than fades. The burning question is why?

Why would a ball curving one way in the air go further than a ball curving the other way? After all, if we...

  • February 9, 2015
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