Drivers

The AGA has not yet found any driver that adds significant distance (more than 10%) for the average golfer’s swing speed (85 mph). Indeed, most underperform due to poor shafts and head construction. Golfers, wisely, have not embraced any of these nonconforming alternatives, nor does the AGA.



Hammer Golf  
www.xfactordirect.com



Bang DYTI 600 cc  
www.banggolf.com



Integra Sooo Long 
www.integra-golf-clubs.com




Geek Lil’ Bastard
www.geekgolf.com


www.worldshottestdrivers.com



Machine face of your driver for 0.90 COR
www.scientificgolfclubs.com



Irons


Divinick adjustable iron
www.divinickgolf.com



www.universalclub.net



Condor Controller driving irons
www.scientificgolfclubs.com


Wedges

These wedges significantly increase the spin rate (about 2x) for the average golfer.



Spin Doctor
www.spindoctorgolf.com


Ram Outlaw
www.sportsauthority.com


Balls

Accuracy

The AGA has confirmed that the Polara ball significantly reduces hooks and slices for the average golfer.





Polara anti-slice/hook
www.polaragolf.com


Driving Distance

The AGA has not yet found any ball that adds significant distance (more than 10%) to the drive of the average golfer (85 mph swing speed).
The average golfer will get longer distance from a harder, two-piece ball with a higher launch angle and lower spin rate. The Callaway Diablo, Pinnacle Dimension and Maxfli Noodle are examples. The AGA golfer can use one of these for long shots, and save the ProV1 for chips and putts.




Foo-King-Long
www.fookinglong.com



Pirate long distance
www.caymangolf.com


Desperado long distance
www.condorgolf.com

Dimple Devil
www.evilsports.com



Short Distance Balls


Point Five Short Distance Balls
www.pointfivegolf.com


Almost Golf shot distance balls
www.almostgolfball.com


Other Golfer Aids


Radar Golf System
www.radargolf.com



Prazza RFID chip system
www.prazza.com


Long Shot impact tape
www.longshotgolf.com


Tic Tac grip aid


Golf grip
www.golf-grip.com


Thumb Caddy
www.thumbcaddy.net



Momentus Grip trainer
www.momentusgolf.com


Golftyme Ball Heater
www.golftymes.com