Coming Soon – MyGolfSpy’s 2014 “Most Wanted” Driver Test

Coming Soon – MyGolfSpy’s 2014 “Most Wanted” Driver Test

The Final Field is Set

All of the participants (save lucky #13) in our 2014 Driver Test has been announced. This year we have 23 different models from 16 different manufacturers vying for the title of “Golf’s Most Wanted Driver”


blue Is the Future of Adams Golf

Along with blue comes a strategy that targets beginners, recreational golfers, and anyone else who thinks that the status quo of golf marketing has become too serious, too stale, or – from my perspective – too stupid.

I want to support that company from the video – the one willing to poke fun at the absurdity of the golf equipment industry, while still being a part of it.

The recreational market is underserved, and it does present one of the few viable opportunities for real growth. It’s an opportunity for Adams and an opportunity for the game.

But let’s actually shoot straight for a moment. [READ MORE]

  • April 27, 2015
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The Club Report – Miura CB57 Irons

While nearly every aspect of the design begs to be in the hands of a better player, Miura believes that golfers should play whatever clubs bring them the most pleasure. The subtext is that it doesn’t always need to be about shooting the lowest score. There is enjoyment to be found in the game itself. [READ MORE]

  • April 23, 2015
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#myEdel – Your 2nd Design Decision

MyGolfSpy has partnered with Edel Golf to offer you this opportunity to be a part of something truly unique. Today we take the next step in building something you’ll be proud to say that you helped create.

It’s called the #MyEdel putter.

It’s time to flip the putter around and choose the face design and milling pattern for our crowdsourced putter.

Edel has provided us with 3 distinctive options, but as was the case with the putter itself, we can choose but one. [READ MORE]

  • April 21, 2015
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Survey – What’s In YOUR Bag?

Rory’s driver – paid. Tiger’s irons – paid. Phil’s wedges – paid. Spieth’s shoes – paid. That doesn’t interest us in the least. What we really want to know is what golfers such as yourselves have chosen for your bags.

What brands are you playing? How long have you played them, and of course, what new gear are you planning on purchasing this season?

We want to hear from the guys who pay to play, not the guys who get paid to play. [READ MORE]

  • April 20, 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 fitting results alone suggest that basically everyone who hasn’t been fit for a putter is probably playing the wrong putter.

Today we dig in a little deeper to see what impact a fitted putter has on actual performance. We can talk about fitting all day, right? Everyone should get fit. We say that all the time, but the ugly truth about fitting is that it only actually matters if and when proper fitting translates to performance improvements. [READ MORE]

  • April 16, 2015
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