Saturday, January 29, 2011

Get The Right Wedge For Your Golf

Understanding Wedges

The bounce of a wedge is determined by the bounce angle, sole width, sole camber and sole grind.The key to good wedge play is selecting the proper bounce in your higher lofted wedges to match your swing type and the conditions in which you typically play.Equally important is selecting the appropriate combination of gap, sand and lob wedges to provide you with the proper short game yardage gaps.


Bounce is built into the sole of a wedge to keep it from digging into the turf or sand.
The greater the bounce, the more the sole resists digging.
Bounce helps prevent "fat" shots by keeping the club moving through the turf or sand.
Having enough bounce is particularly important on sand shots.
Too much bounce can make shots from firm conditions more difficult to execute.

2011 Titleist ProV1 Golf Ball

Titleist Golf have introduced the new Prov1 golf ball for 2011 onwards. The Pro V1 has been a massive cash cow for Titleist, used by tour pros and club golfers the world over. The top end ball claims to provide long distance and soft landing and feel around the green. Drop-And-Stop technology is what made Titleist have such great success with the Pro V1.

The new Titleist Pro V1 golf ball offers all the same features as the old one, but Titleist are saying the new ball offers a more consistent flight and increased spin. The increased spin will help Mr Vokey sell more of the new Vokey wedges that feature the new low spin grooves. The marketing team I am sure are already poised with their low spin grooves and high spin Pro V1 posters.

The Pro V1 golf ball is a very successful ball and the new ball will preform well and maybe better than the other balls on the market, but it's hard not just to see a new box and marketing blurb rather than a new golf ball. That said I use the Pro V1 and do get a great level of control around the greens with it.

Below is the Titleist blurb.

The new Pro V1 provides the exceptional distance and durability golfers have counted on, and now also delivers increased spin control and a more consistent flight. This advanced performance results from a new innovative ZG process core technology, responsive ionomeric casing layer, Urethane Elastomer cover and spherically tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design. And with 3 axes of symmetry, our new aerodynamics deliver a penetrating ball flight that holds its line in the wind.

Player Benefits

Exceptional distance
Consistent flight
Drop-And-Stop™ greenside control
Very soft feel on all shots
Excellent durability

Multi Component Technology
Innovative ZG process core technology
Responsive Ionomeric casing layer
High-performance Urethane Elastomer™ cover
Spherically tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design
A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ sidestamp

Friday, January 28, 2011

Titleist Fairway Wood |The Titleist 909 F2 Hit Of Against Mizuno MP Fairway Wood

Mark Crossfield hits the Mizuno MP fairway wood and tests it against the Titleist 909F2 fairway. Watch the video and see what golf club might help your golf improve.

Struggle off the tee with a driver why not try a Fairway wood from a uk golf shop.

Irons | Titleist CB Irons V Mizuno MP 58 Irons

The Titleist CB Irons and the Mizuno MP 58 Golf Irons are both offering similar features but which iron is better. Mark Crossfield hits both irons to try and see which is the best iron.

New Mizuno Mp Iron Range available in uk golf shops.

Irons |Titleist CB Irons Review

Mark Crossfield reviews the Titleist CB Irons from Titleist Golf. See how the irons look and perform with the use of trackman launch monitor.

Great range of Titleist Irons now available from a uk golf shop.

Titleist Golf Bag | 2010 Golf Bag Range

Internet golf coach Mark Crossfield shows us the Titleist Golf Bags for 2010. Great cart bags and carry bags from Titleist golf.

Great selection of Golf Bags available now from uk golf shop.

Titleist Wedges | 2010/2011 Titleist Vokey Wedges Reviewed

Tileist Vokey wedges for 2010 reviewed by Mark Crossfield, Mark tlaks about the new grooves against the old grooves on the popular Vokey Titleist wedges, and why they are the players choice on tour.

Grooves worn out, need a new wedge take a look at the Titleist Vokey Range of wedges.