One of the best things that YOU can do over the next 30 days to really improve your game is to manage your golf bag. The key to this is making sure you have the right clubs for the distance gaps that you need to fill. A great place to start would be to go see your local PGA Pro or indoor facility with great technology. A couple of important factors in dialing in your clubs is spin rate, launch angles and distance so that you can really get the correct gaps between clubs.
PGA Master Professional, Steve Atherton, has been the teaching professional at Eagle Springs GC for nine magical seasons. In 2008 and 2009, Atherton was named the Colorado PGA Teacher of the year and has proven many amatuer and professional golfers that he is an engaging teacher of the game.
Steve talks about not needing certain clubs that you may have in your bag. And also that not every manufacturer lofts mean the same thing. Another important thing is to make sure you know what kind of course you are playing. Does the ball roll more, is the green and fairway spongy, and other course information that can affect what clubs you need in your bag for that round.