2013 “Golf’s Most Wanted” – BEST OVERALL

We’ve arrived at the moment you’ve been waiting for. After teasing you with the Longest Driver of 2013, and the Most Accurate Driver of 2013, it’s time to reveal MyGolfSpy’s Most Wanted Driver of 2013. Simply put, the #1 Club on this list, is the Best Driver of 2013. Period. [READ MORE]

Results: Best Selling vs. Best Performing

Just over a week ago we asked you to predict what you think will prove to be the best selling and best performing drivers of 2015. And you sure did. Your participation in this survey was immense, and we think that’s awesome.

While some of what you told us this time around was predictable, there were definitely enough surprises to warrant a deeper look into the data. We believe your feedback provides invaluable insight into how our readers perceive each of the golf companies whose products were on our list.

Invaluable as it may be, we’re sharing our results (free of charge) with you and the golf companies. Here’s what you told us. [READ MORE]

  • December 2, 2014
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Study: Overall Golfer Performance By Handicap

How Do You Measure Up?

What separates players from pretenders? Where does the average golfer really struggle? How much difference could one more par per round make?

Today we’re going to try to answer all of those questions and more as we take a closer look at golfer performance by handicap. Along the way we’ll show you how golfers of varying ability levels compare across several metrics, and provide you with some clues that help to explain why golf products are marketed the way they are.

To bring you this information, we’ve partnered with TheGrint, a Golf GPS and Handicap/Stat Tracker. TheGrint’s massive database provides absolutely incredible insight into the makeup of the golfing population as a whole. [READ MORE]

  • December 2, 2014
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The Club Report: Buzelli STA-1 Putter

The true test of performance for the Buzelli Golf STA-1 will come in the 2015 Most Wanted Blade Putter competition, but I’ll share with you some of my performance impressions.

The review putter was built to my specs (34.5”, 2° flat) and immediately felt at home in my hands. The putter swings with a very balanced cadence. At no point did I feel the need to manipulate my swing to compensate for imbalances in the head. It opens and closes just like you would expect it too. [READ MORE]

  • December 1, 2014
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 Callaway Golf Wants To Give You $100

While you were trying to sneak out of work early on Wednesday, Callaway Golf quietly (by Callaway standards anyway) announced one of the more compelling consumer loyalty initiatives in recent memory. Actually, it’s probably inaccurate to use the phrase one of the. From my viewpoint, Callaway (for now anyway) is the only company taking any sort of measures at all suggestive of the fact that loyalty not only matters, but that it’s a two-way street. [READ MORE]

  • November 28, 2014
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Company Profile: Buzelli Putters

Today’s brave entrepreneurial soul is Ryan Buzelli. Ryan is a mild-mannered flooring installer by day, but once that time clock is punched, his business turns to milled metal. This thirty-something family man installs floors to pay the bills, but his passion is putters.

So how did this all come to be, and what are Buzelli Golf all about? To answer this, I went to the man himself, Ryan Buzelli. [READ MORE]

  • November 26, 2014
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