Training aids can cover just about all aspects of the swing, from path and positioning to speed, short game and, of course, putting. Ideally, if you're looking to improve, you should take a lesson, and then get a training aid or two your instructor recommends.
From tech gadgets to snazzy shoes, here are a few ideas
Need a Christmas gift suggestion for the golfer on your list? Asking these questions will help you find just the right item this holiday season
Cotton and polyester are *so* 1998. These golf apparel companies are using some less traditional materials in their products.
After a six-week review period that recently ended, the USGA and R&A announced on Monday a new interpretation of Rule 4.3 that limits the size and scale of detailed putting maps that players may use during a round.
Are you playing a driver built for the pros or your game? Mike Bailey put the new Teeless Driver, which promises forgiveness and distance for amateurs, to the test.
Linksoul elevates the pro shop experience at California's revamped Chuck Corica Park. Linksoul Founder John Ashworth provides a tour of the new concept.
In this Golf Advisor Round Trip extra scene, host Matt Ginella gets the royal club-fitting treatment at The Kingdom presented by TaylorMade at Reynolds Lake Oconee.
Green reading guides sure make putting easier, but are they fair and will they be legal in 2019. We will find out in the next few months.
The new U-try program has made buying new golf clubs a whole lot easier. No more demo days or hitting balls into a net at a local golf shop. Golfers can try new clubs for two weeks and ship it back if they don't like it.
Tim Gavrich saw some pretty awesome - and just-plain-bizarre - products and pitches at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show. Here's his roundup.
Golf grips are one of the most under appreciated, but certainly a critical factor when it comes to your equipment. Here's a look at what you should consider.
A golf ball that's hard to lose may be just around the corner and the new Genius Ball from OnCore Golf comes with a wealth of information.
The game of golf can be as expensive as you want it to be. If you're a beginner, you don't have to go broke getting a bag and swing. Here are some tips on saving money gearing up for golf.
You can try selling your used equipment yourself, but buying and selling old golf clubs has never been easier with the online sites that specialize in trading pre-owned gear.
Greg Norman has launched the Shark Experience, a technology platform that brings live video, music, GPS and more capabilities to the golf cart.
Golf Advisor Senior Writer Mike Bailey attended the Golf Industry Show in San Antonio and reported on new products and services being offered.