The Kempshall Putter

The Kempshall Putter

Willie Dunn Jr. was one of the finest players of his day. In 1894, he won what was billed as the first Golf Championship of the United States. This victory was not officially recognized by the USGA because the organization was formed after the event took place. Willie finished second in the USGA Open Championship […]

2 Responses to Do You Need a Gap Wedge?

  1. Owen Mcclain September 12, 2015 at 4:34 am #

    Some folks think you can grip down and open the face of a pitching wedge. This eliminates the benefit of having the correct bounce angle, and changes the feel. Hitting a 3/4 shot reduces backspin. So you can live without one, but it’s a disadvantage.

  2. Jim Wilhelm September 17, 2015 at 11:23 pm #

    Nice to se the truth on golf ball distance actually get talked about.
    You can bet the big club makers will not be talking about it.
    I can hardly wait for you discuss the real or advertised beniefit
    Of cavity backed irons and muscle backed irons.

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