American Golf Blog

The Demographics of Golf – Inside the Mind of a Golfer

You've got to think your way around the course. Clear your mind before the next shot. Judge the wind and guess how the ball will react. It's a lot to think about. But we wanted to dig a bit deeper and try to uncover some insights into what... Read More January 27th, 2014 by

Callaway Adds Stable of New Players

Callaway has made a lot of noise to start 2014. In addition to releasing an entire fleet of new equipment, the Carlsbad, CA-based company has signed some of the hottest rising stars on the PGA and LPGA Tours. We've put together a quick rundown... Read More January 20th, 2014 by

How To Choose the Correct Bounce for Your Wedges

If you want to be a better wedge player, then you've got to really understand your equipment. One of the most subtle, yet important, aspects of your wedges is the bounce angle. Simply put, the bounce of wedges is the angle from the sole... Read More January 13th, 2014 by

Japanese Golf Courses and the Two-Greens System

  Japanese culture is serious about sports. From the traditional—such as sumo wrestling, to western—such as baseball, the culture embraces athletic prowess and sportsmanship from Tokyo to Okinawa. With roughly 2,500 courses sprinkled... Read More December 19th, 2013 by