What Loft Should I Have On My Driver?

The average golfer swings between 75-100 mph. At this speed, you are best served with a driver between 10-12 degrees. Plenty of factors will go into picking the best driver loft for your game. Bottom line, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. In order to maximize distance, you’ll need to perfect a combination of launch angle, … Read more

Precision Pro NX7 Pro Rangefinder Review

Rangefinders are very useful on the course, but they are also very expensive! Precision Pro is a newer company that is trying to keep the usefulness and change the really expensive part. I recently had the opportunity to review the Precision Pro NX7 Pro Rangefinder. It is a much more affordable entry into the rangefinder … Read more

Best Hybrid Golf Clubs For High Handicappers

The most versatile club in your bag; the club that puts you on par with longer, better hitters; the hybrid. No golf bag is complete without one, (or a few). For high-handicap golfers, having the correct hybrid gives you the ability to hit high, arcing shots and shape the ball on the same level as … Read more

Titleist AVX Review

There has been a shift in the golf ball market lately towards softer balls for the average golfer. The Titleist AVX is the result of Titleist doing their research and coming up with an alternative to the Pro V series that more golfers can get the best performance out of. In fact, the name AVX … Read more

Flightscope Mevo Review

Professional tour players have the luxury of using top-notch launch monitors like the Trackman. While we all wish we could own a $20,000 launch monitor, unfortunately, many of us can’t afford that price point. Instead, we look towards the mid-range market and the Flightscope Mevo fits that breed. In fact, it made our list of … Read more

Do Pros Use Hybrids?

Do pros use hybrids? Plenty of amateur golfers carry them, yet you don’t hear much banter about them during a Sunday afternoon PGA TOUR broadcast. Why is that? Is it because not a single professional golfer uses one? Far from it. Hybrid clubs offer many of us amateurs the chance to not only hit yardages … Read more

Callaway Chrome Soft Review (2020 Model)

Compression 65 | Three-Piece | Low Compression The Callaway Chrome Soft has an extremely soft feel off the clubface. The three-piece ball has a Soft Fast Core with a DuraSpin cover, that will give you the touch and feel around the green you want. The ball has also been designed to give you lower spin … Read more

Best Irons For Seniors

Compare Prices TaylorMade M6 Budget OptionCleveland Launcher HB Best for Low Handicap SeniorsTitleist T400 Best for High Handicap SeniorsWilson Launch Pad Runner-upCallaway Big Bertha As your body changes and you become a Senior golfer, your golf equipment should to. When you start to get older, your swing speed slows down. With the right clubs, you … Read more

Ping Hoofer Lite Review

Ping makes good golf bags; the Hoofer Lite is no exception. Hoofer is about the most prominent line of golf bags Ping offers today. With the Hoofer, Hoofer 14 and Hoofer Craz-E Lite offered in addition to the Hoofer Lite, if you like the product line, there’s a bag you’ll love. While we really like … Read more

Best Golf Launch Monitors

The price ranges of launch monitors vary significantly. How can you determine which is the best fit for you? Let us help by diving into the detail of the prominent options on the market. We will focus on the consumer options first, therefore our Trackman review is located towards the bottom. Important Features Compare Prices … Read more

Stripebird Rangefinder Magnet Review

I don’t publish a many reviews on small accessories here. We try to target the big stuff that has a lot of interest already. But I do receive a LOT of emails from companies that want Under Par Goals to review their products. I turn most of them down. But, this one had me interested, … Read more

Best Golf Simulators For Home (Buying Guide & Setup Tips)

Key Specs Compare Prices SkyTrack Mid-range priceGreat accuracyCourse simulationsNeed to add mat, net, etc.Portable OptiShot InexpensiveLess accurateCourse simulationsWorks without a ball TruGolf ExpensiveVery accuratePackages include everything you need Golf launch monitors have developed significantly. In the past, the launch monitor was seen as a luxury that wealthy people could afford to have in their homes. … Read more

Best Game Improvement Irons

Specs Compare Prices Top PickCallaway Mavrik Irons Lofts7i/27°, PW/41°Stock ShaftsTrue Temper Elevate 95 (Steel)Project X Catalyst 55/65/75 (Graphite) Budget OptionCleveland Launcher CBX Lofts7i/30°, PW/44°Stock ShaftsTrue Temper Dynamic Gold 98 (Steel)Miyazaki C Kua (Graphite) Best Super Game ImprovementWilson Staff D7 Irons Lofts7i/28°, PW/43°Stock ShaftsKBS 80 (Steel)UST RECOIL 460 (Graphite) High-End OptionMizuno JPX919 Hot Metal Irons Lofts7i/30°, … Read more

Sun Mountain C130 Review

When looking to determine the type of golf bag you want, there are two different styles to choose from.  Are you looking for a cart bag to fit specifically into your riding rounds?  If not, you will want to look at a stand bag, that will provide you the functionality needed for walking rounds.  In … Read more

Best Carry Golf Bag For Walking 18 Holes

Carrying your golf bag is something most golfers enjoy, and many prefer. With your bag across your shoulders, you see more of the course and give yourself time to assess your situation and plan your next shot. We can’t hit your shot for you, but we can absolutely make sure that you have the gear … Read more

Best Fairway Woods For Mid Handicappers

Specs View on Amazon Top PickCallaway Epic Flash Lofts13.5°, 15°, 18°, 20°, 21°, 23°, 25°Stock ShaftsProject X Even Flow Green, Mitsubishi Tensei AV Blue, Project X Hzrdus Smoke Black Runner-UpTaylorMade M6 Lofts14°, 15°, 18°, 21°, 24°Stock ShaftsFujikura ATMOS Orange Best ValueTaylorMade RBZ Black Lofts15°, 16.5°, 18°Stock ShaftsMatrix White Tie For Better Ball StrikersTitleist TS3 Lofts13.5°, … Read more

Most Comfortable Golf Shoes For Walking 18 Holes

The most organic way to play the game of golf is by walking the course. It allows you to take it all in, from the course design to the stunning views of and from the course. But walking 18 holes can be taxing on your feet. After all, walking 18 holes is almost like taking … Read more

Best Golf Bags For Cart Riders

Your golf bag should reflect the way you typically play the game. So this guide is for all of you that prefer to get around the course on four wheels (maybe with a cooler in the back). The best bags for cart use are typically a little larger, have more storage, and are designed to … Read more

Sun Mountain Sync vs. C-130

A golf bag is a lifestyle choice. Whether you’re a walker, a rider, or keep your bag on two wheels to get around the course, it needs to be designed for the way you play. Sun Mountain is one of the biggest names in golf bags. Two of their marquee products; the C-130 and the … Read more

Best Golf Balls For Distance

Sometimes you just want pure distance. But the good news these days is that distance doesn’t have to come at the expense of every other aspect of the game. You can maximize your tee ball without playing a rock hard golf ball that will never stop on the green. So keep reading for our best … Read more

Best Drivers For Senior Golfers

You’ve decided that it’s finally time to bite the bullet and make an upgrade for the 2020 golf season. As you move into your more experienced years as an amateur golfer, choosing a new driver is a crucial step in your game improvement plan. When you choose a new driver, all kinds of factors come … Read more

Different Types Of Golf Bags Explained

As if golf terminology wasn’t already confusing enough, companies regularly produce at least a half dozen different styles of golf bags. It would be impossible to detail every type of bag, but we figured we could help out a little by giving a general overview of the most common types. By putting all the information … Read more

Best Sunday Golf Bag (Your Guide To Pencil Bags)

The Sunday golf bag is a smaller lightweight bag that typically is designed to carry less than the full complement of clubs. They are great for playing a short course, pitch and putt, or just heading out to the course or range to work on some specific clubs. Having a good Sunday bag (sometimes known … Read more

Taylor Made TP5 Review (2020)

As golfers, we’re always looking for the best ball to complement our game. Not just any hard-as-a-rock dollar-store ball will do, after all. We need balls with durability but also with softness, as well as ones with great spin but also great control. If we can find a ball that offers all those things in … Read more

Best Drivers For Mid-Handicappers

First and foremost, congratulations. If you’re reading this guide, it means that not only have you made it through a few rounds of golf without quitting, it also means you’re starting to get better. Now that you’re improving, it’s time to upgrade from the clubs that came in your box set, and the driver is … Read more

Best Golf Irons For Beginners

Whether you want to work on improving or just play for fun, choosing the best golf irons for beginners is important when you are just getting started. Golf clubs, especially irons, come in a huge variety of makes and models all designed for a specific type of golfer and a specific skill level. As a … Read more

Srixon Q-Star Tour Review

Choosing a golf ball is not easy. Especially for players that don’t have tour caliber swings. Despite having the word “tour” in the name, the Srixon Q-Star Tour is a great ball for mid-handicap players with average speed swings. Which is probably most of you reading this. Finding a golf ball tailored to your swing … Read more

Best Golf Gifts (At Every Budget)

Shopping for golfers is difficult. I know, I am one. Golfers are very particular about their equipment and avid golfers usually get their gear custom fitted. So buying clubs is a bad idea. Unless you know exactly what they want (in which case you wouldn’t be reading this) then your chances of selecting the right … Read more

Best Golf Nets For Home Practice

If you want to improve your game, you need to practice. Tour pros hit hundreds of golf balls a day. But if you don’t have access to unlimited balls at your local practice range, this becomes an expensive proposition. The solution, practice at home with a golf net. Golf nets are designed to let you … Read more

Callaway Supersoft vs. Superhot (A Detailed Comparison)

What’s The Difference Between Callaway Supersoft vs. Superhot Golf Balls? Callaway Supersoft Callaway Superhot Find On Amazon MSRP $22.99 $29.99 Construction 3-piece 3-piece Cover Material Surlyn (Ionomer) Surlyn (Ionomer) Feel Soft Soft/Medium Greenside Spin Medium Low/Medium Compression Very Low (38) Low (50) Trajectory Mid/High Mid Colors Available Pure White, Tour Yellow White, Matte Green, Matte … Read more

Bridgestone E6 Review (2019)

The Bridgestone E6 golf balls are a bit of a merger of their previous E6 models, the E6 Soft and the E6 Speed. Bridgestone doesn’t want to make their golfers have to ask the question – “do you wish to have longer tee shots or softer feels with your golf balls this year?” (Note: All … Read more

Callaway Supersoft Review (2019)

Among all the brands that offer golf balls, the Callaway range of golf balls has been able to successfully establish themselves as a major player in the golf ball market. They often go against traditional ball designs and offer their consumers some ultra-modern and cutting-edge features that have most golfers impressed.  In this review for … Read more

Srixon Z-Star vs. Pro V1

These are the two golf balls that I have played the most over the past few years. They are quite similar. So I am constantly trying to decide which one I like better. So the Srixon Z-Star vs. Pro V1 decision is a battle that is being fought in my golf bag every round. They … Read more

What Is Golf Ball Compression?

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Golf ball compression is one of those terms you hear all the time around golf but do you know what it really means? Golf ball compression is a way in which ball manufacturers measure the overall hardness of the ball. Golf ball compression ratings most commonly seen between 70 and 110 but can go well … Read more

Chrome Soft vs. Pro V1

Callaway Chrome Soft Titliest Pro V1 MSRP $44.99 $47.99 Construction 4-piece 3-piece Cover Material Urethane Urethane Feel Very Soft Soft Greenside Spin High High Compression 75 90 Trajectory Mid Mid Colors Available White, Yellow, Various Designs White The Callaway Chrome Soft is one of the latest premium golf balls to hit the market and it … Read more

Best Golf Rangefinders

Rangefinders are quickly becoming essential equipment for every golfer that doesn’t have a caddie with them to get yardages. With the rules recently changing to allow them in competition play (unless the tournament specifically says no), rangefinders use is only going to increase. Rangefinders can be an extremely useful accessory on the golf course for … Read more

Best Golf Balls For Cold Weather

You’re not going to let a little cold keep you off the golf course. When most other golfers have put their clubs in the attic, you’re on the first tee early Saturday morning with your breath visible in the cold. If you have spent much time playing in the cold then you know that your … Read more

Best Golf Balls For High Handicappers

There are a lot more high handicappers out there than players than low handicappers. So why is it that all we see on TV are ads for the ProV1 when we watch a tournament? Chances are you aren’t swinging the club like Phil, Tiger, or even the 500th ranked player in the world. So why … Read more

Best Putters For High Handicappers

Most golfers think the kind of putter doesn’t matter…after all it doesn’t hit the ball 300 yards or spin it back on the green. Not true. Putter selection is important…even for high handicappers. If you are a beginner or have a high handicap then there are a few simple things you should look for in … Read more

Blade vs. Mallet Putter

There are more putter shapes and designs out there than most golfers can count. But blade putters and mallet putters are two of the tried and true favorites of many golfers including many PGA Tour players. But what makes them decide on one over the other? What should you be looking for when picking a … Read more