For the grippers, for the rippers, for the guy that wants 15 more yards, here is your 2014’s Most Wanted – Longest Driver in Golf.
Today is for the guys who are confident they can hit anything straight, or simply don’t care where the ball goes, so long as it goes far. Today, at MyGolfSpy, it’s all about the long ball. And we guarantee you, we’ve found the longest drivers in golf for 2014.
Tomorrow kicks off 4 days of Golf’s Most Wanted Driver coverage on MyGolfSpy.
4 Days? I know…it’s insane. Would you expect anything else from the most complete driver test in golf?
When you’re as thorough as we are, it takes nearly as long to get through a single club test as it does some others to get through an entire bag of clubs (not to mention the bag itself).
Quite frankly we don’t even have time to do Morning Drive (full disclosure, they didn’t exactly invite us). [READ MORE]
So you’re headed to Bandon Dunes for the ultimate guys trip – the trip of a lifetime. You’ve got your rain suit, and an umbrella, but I’m guessing you didn’t spend much time researching what rain glove to buy, or even worse, you didn’t even pack a set of rain gloves. You’ll buy some when you get there, right?
You basically just tossed the trip of a lifetime down the drain because you’re probably not going to be able to grip your clubs.
Got your attention? – Good!
Read on to learn which gloves will keep you making contact no matter how wet it gets, and which gloves will have you cursing up a storm when your driver goes flying down the fairway. [READ MORE]
The days of golf bag recommendations based on little more than the perception that there is market demand for any model with a popular logo are over. It’s time to buy a bag based off of performance, and how well a given bag’s features line up with your needs. It’s time to find the right bag for you.
We spent time plenty of hands-on time with each of 27 stand and/or carry bags; assessing each in 7 different categories. Scores were tallied and each was given a corresponding grade. Any ties were settled based on the price/value score. READ MORE
Today we take a look at a variety of golf shoes that have a suggested retail price under $100.
The sub-$100 market is a tough one for golf shoes. We’re seeing more and more shoes come in at higher price points while also seeing an increase in the quality of the shoes. Buying a budget-level golf shoe can be tough and we’re here to help you find a pair of golf shoes that are worthy of their price and will perform well. READ MORE
Yesterday in Day 1 of the “Golf’s Most Wanted!” – Blade Test, we met the 28 competitors and also reemphasized that accuracy is the ultimate factor that matters when we have our putter on the course. Reviewing our trial conditions, we had each tester take five putts at distances of 5, 10, and 20 feet. 15 putts per putter with each tester, gives us a total of 150 putts per putter.
Once the distances from the edge of the cup were adjusted for the five and ten foot putt, the scores from all of the testers were combined to generate a total accuracy score for each putter. “Golf’s Most Wanted!” Blade Putter, should be the most accurate, regardless of the person swinging the stick. [READ MORE]
Each of the 28 putter enters the competition on even footing. Tour pedigree, research budget, or size of company grant no favors in this competition.
We are not scoring looks or feel. We are not scoring design. We aren’t scoring any of that totally subjective ‘stuff’.
Here at MyGolfSpy, we only score what counts, and with putters what counts is accuracy. To be the best, a putter must hit the hole more than its competitors. Period.
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]
Yesterday we looked at distance for all 17 drivers in our test. For most guys absolute distance is the only thing matters. 300 yards into the trees is still 300 yards right?
There is, I’m told, a small (but hopefully growing) minority of golfers for whom distance isn’t everything. These are the guys who are willing to leave a little bit of yardage on the table if it means they don’t have to reload frequently, and more often than not, they play their second shot from the fairway.
It’s for this select group of golfers (the more intelligent than I crowd) that we set out to find the Golf’s Most Wanted Driver for accuracy. [READ MORE]
After spending the better part of 3 years building and revising what we think are the best golf club testing procedures in the industry today, the staff of MyGolfspy approached 2013 with the singular goal of publishing the most thorough and complete driver test of 2013.
Why? Because the consumer has been grossly under-served by the big magazines. Those guys thrive on ambiguity. Nothing is ever absolute and everyone gets a trophy. How does that help the consumer?
We think you deserve better. We think you deserve a club test where results aren’t tainted by the inherent conflict of interest that comes from testing clubs from the same companies whose ad dollars pay the bills. You deserve a club test where a logo, or paint, or what some guy thinks about intangibles like looks, sound and feel holds no weight, where innovation is only recognized when it performs, and where the final results are based on performance and not a damn thing more.
Is there a putter that actually gets the ball in the hole faster. Well, today you find out, because we are unveiling the results from our testing for “Golf’s Most Wanted!” Mallet Putter. And as you will see from our data, not all putters are created equal. Our results show that the putter does influence the performance of the golfer. Check out the results!
You’ve looked at and maybe even rolled most, if not all of the putters in your local shop. But do you really know why (or actually if) one putter is better than another?
There are lots of putter reviews out there, but the one thing they all fail to tell you is whether or not one putter will actually give you a competitive advantage over another. These other lists take worthless data points like innovation and demand in to consideration, when all you want to know is which putter actually gets the ball in the hole faster. We’ve found a way to give you that information. We will tell you flat out which mallet putter out there rises above the competition, regardless of the golfer who swings it.
That putter is “Golf’s Most Wanted” Mallet Putter!