Take a Look Inside A Golf pro’s Bag

August 7, 2009


I have been playing golf as a professional for over 30 years and have used quite a few golf companies during this time when picking the right golf bag, golf glove, golf clubs, golf shoes etc etc. for my game.
I am not paid to play or endorse any products, although i do get my golf equipment at trade price, i stiil have pay. So this is not an advertisement for the company, it is my honest opinion as a Golf Professional on the quality of the products i choose to use.

The Titleist PROV-1 is without doubt the best golf ball I have ever played and has been in my golf bag for many years; in fact I think I have used a titleist golf ball for at least 2 decades. When I first started playing golf it was a Dunlop 65 fresh out of the wrapper, for those of you too young to remember golf balls used to be packaged in a wrapper back in the 1970’s and before. My oh my doesn’t time fly by. Anyway where was I? Oh yeah, why the PROV-1? – Simple really, it goes a long way, flies high, stops on a dime and has a lovely soft feel for those shots around the green. Enough said.

I use a Titleist Players golf glove or a Footjoy Sta-Sof golf glove, they are made of top quality cabretta leather giving you a superb feel and they are very comfortable to wear. A lot of amateur golfers use the All-Weather glove or man made versions, but I prefer the soft feel of leather and although the leather golf glove costs a little bit more they are well worth the extra money in my opinion. I know a few of you guy’s use the all-weather glove because it has reinforcement on the heel of the palm to help with wear and tear. Nearly every golf glove wears out there first, some quicker than others. But that usually stems from a faulty grip on the golf club, gripping the club too tightly at address and loosening your grip at impact, causing excessive wear and tear on your glove. But that’s another story, visit your golf pro and he will give you sound advice about this problem.

The golf Irons i use are the Titleist Z-Blend Forged with a dynamic gold S shaft and tour velvet grip. They are a blended cavity to muscle back forged iron, this means that the long irons are cavity backed, the mid irons are a partial cavity and the short irons muscle back blade. This is not new technology but it is nonetheless a fantastic innovation, help where needed in the longer irons gradually blending to a blade type short iron for that classic look and playability. I love these irons, they are great to look at and have a lovely feel off the club head. In my humble opinion you cannot beat a forged golf club head for exceptional feel and playability.

Well that’s about it, just a few of the things you can find in my golf bag. The best golf ball, the best glove, the best irons and the best golfer of all time using them. OK scrap that last comment, we can all dream.

have a great time on the golf course, look after your golf equipment and if you are having problems with your game seek out a golf professional you like and respect and get some golf lessons from him. If you practise the changes in your game then you will reap the rewards from them in the long run, if you don’t, then it will be just like all the other golf tips you have discarded as being useless.

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