Golf Podcast 228: Adjusting to New Golf Clubs

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Have you ever been frustrated with your performance after switching to new clubs? The reality is, even with new and improved equipment you often need to give yourself some time to adjust to the new sticks.

In this episode of The Golf Podcast hosts Frank and Mike discuss why all new golf equipment comes with a needed “adjustment period” and how to shorten the time it takes to get used to new golf clubs (or balls) with a proper fitting and some smart practice.

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In This Show You Will Learn:

  • Why it often takes golfers a few weeks to “get used to” their new clubs.
  • How you can shorten the time it takes to adjust to new golf clubs.
  • Why even PGA TOUR pros go through an “adjustment period” when they switch equipment.
  • Plus much more.

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