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Going through our 2019 picks for the best fairway woods in the game improvement category. These are the easiest to hit, most forgiving and longest fairways based on a full season of fittings with our clients as well as our testing on the channel!

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Tour Experience Golf is a club fitting studio located in Toronto, producing in-depth golf equipment videos featuring founder and master club fitter Ian Fraser. Their channel is the definitive destination for unbiased and brand agnostic golf club fitting on YouTube

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This is the easiest DIY repair for one of the most annoying golf club issues

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One of the most annoying things that can happen to a golf club is also one of the easiest things to fix—a rattle in the shaft.

There are several reasons why this occurs, including loose epoxy, broken tip weight, or even a small piece of metal from the assembly process. There is a specific tool designed to let you access whatever is stuck in the shaft through the grip without having to cut it off, but for the serious DIYer’s out there you can make one yourself with a screwdriver and a small piece of an old steel shaft.

Check out the video below for a deeper explanation, and the quick step-by-step on how to make your own tool.

Build your own tool

  1. Cut a small piece from a used taper tip shaft just over an inch long and sand down all the rough edges.
  2. Use a Phillips screwdriver size No.3 to hold the shaft piece just like the tradition store-bought tool
  3. Follow the steps just like in the video and you’ll have the rattle out in no time. NOTE: unlike the store-bought tool, there is no flat washer style pice on the end so be sure to only insert the shaft piece far enough it to access inside of the shaft (see below), or else you will end up with a bigger problem—a piece of old old shaft rattling around in your club.

For more great tips like this and to talk with other golfers about all things club building, check out the GolfWRX Club Build Forum 

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Clement: How to easily fix Tom Brady’s slice, fat shots and early extension in one lesson!

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A lot of fuss was raised by social media criticizing Tom Brady’s golf swing and questioning his 8 handicap. To me, he could easily get to a solid 2 handicap and be very competitive!

In this video, you will see how we will easily take care of 3 of his so-called perceived “defects” In his swing:

  • slicing
  • fat shots
  • early extension

This video will really help you understand how you can fix these items for yourself within the same day in one practice session. A person of such raw talent as Tom Brady must have the tools to shine in any sport he chooses—and this video will give all of you those tools in spades!

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Clement: The best video for beginner golfers ever

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One of the deep expertise we have is knowing what side you need to be swinging from to enjoy your best golf. Sometimes it’s both sides like me! So many professionals on tour are including left-handed swings (for the right-handed player) in their warm-up routines and practice routines as a great way to create muscle confusion. Our fabulous kinesiologist, Munashe Masawi, confirms this through his studies and personal training for his grueling sport of football.

But there is always one side that fires better, feels smoother, and has the potential for a lot more than the other for many golfers. Which one are you?

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