We talked last week about demo days and a few of the benefits they offer the average golfer. I passed on a few tips that hopefully will help you get the most of a demo day. They can be a golfer’s best friend or one of their worst enemies. So many clubs… so many questions… so many choices… so many …
Today we’ll continue our look at the golf shoe. We focused on fashion and stability yesterday so let’s have a look at the most important aspect of all… comfort.
Hello everyone and thanks for dropping by. We get numerous emails asking about golf shoes and I thought I’d spend tonight talking about them. Shoes are like putters… they’re very personal and everyone likes something a bit different. Let’s dive into the world of golf shoes and make them a bit easier to understand.
As much as it pains me to say it… the golf season is slowly coming to an end where I live. Sure we have another month or so of really good weather but cold winds and snow are not too far away.
I thought I would dedicate today to a very overlooked item of golf equipment. An item that is a must for every level of player. An item that makes the game so much easier. An item that works the same for everyone… the novice, the intermediate and the pro.
It’s hiring time at our shop… time to find a few new people to help us get through the summer. It’s really tough to find good people these days because there are just so many jobs out there that pay way more than the golf business can offer.
Everyone wants to get the best bang for their buck. Why not try to get the most out of your hard earned money? Makes sense to me. If someone puts aside $1000 for golf equipment, they want to get the best set that they can afford… and then some.
Buying golf clubs is an investment. A complete set of woods and irons from a lot of the bigger golf companies will set you back a few thousand dollars. Customers want to buy something that will make them a better player now and then will help them inprove for years to come.
Every once and a while I like to walk around my shop and pretend that I am a customer. I look at how things are merchandised, where racks are positioned, how signs are displayed, things that you don't really notice every day. I was looking at all the golf balls that we stock and just started to think about how …
Cavity back or muscle back? Thick sole or narrow sole? Offset or no offset? There is just so much to know when buying golf clubs and just when you think you know everything, something new comes out.