Methods for Restoring Used Irons

Methods for Restoring Used Irons

Golfswapper is here to show you a way to get started without breaking the bank. Purchasing used irons, and restoring them yourself can get you excellent equipment at a fraction of the price. The best part is the restoration process for used irons is actually a fairly...
Improve Your Approach Shot

Improve Your Approach Shot

Beginners and players working out the initial kinks of their game tend to focus on putting and driving. When it comes to the highest level players, nothing helps lower scores like perfecting approach shots. Taking golf lessons to improve the accuracy of your approach...
Choosing the Correct Iron for the Situation

Choosing the Correct Iron for the Situation

Choosing the right club for the right situation is one of the more difficult aspects of the game that beginners run into. This is, in large part, caused by lack of preparation. Clubs do not have a specified range, as their distance is based largely on your skill. Your...
Improve Your Drive Length

Improve Your Drive Length

Many new players think the length of a drive depends entirely on brute force. You have probably seen them out there, or you have been this player yourself. They stand above the tee and swing as hard as they can. They don’t put much of their body into the swing, but...

Chipping From the Grass

Let’s discuss chipping. There may be no more frustrating feeling than hitting a great tee or fairway shot that ends up just short of the green in the fringe. The thick bluegrass can turn a birdie opportunity to a double-bogie save if you have not developed a...
Improving Your Putting Accuracy

Improving Your Putting Accuracy

Golf is a complex game that requires skills in a lot of different areas. No one is surprised when first-timers shoot 30 over par. All students of the game need to learn how to keep their drives on the fairway while hitting the ball a great distance, but by far the...