12 BIGGEST GEAR TRENDS OF 2021!

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► In this video, Technical Editor Joel Tadman and Kit Alexander discuss the 12 biggest trends they think will impact the world of golf equipment this year at both amateur level and on the biggest tours around the world. If you think they’ve missed one, be sure to let us know in the comments! Note – this video was filmed before the R&A and USGA announcement around proposed changes in equipment standards.

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Comments

Scotty p says:

I think one of the biggest eco issues with golf is the number of balls that are produced every year. I think manufacturers should be made to buy back used balls and reuse the materials.

Peter Lindström says:

Thanks! Looking forward to see more about iron combo sets.

Steve Lamontagne says:

Worst video i’ve seen on this channel. Amateur hour.

Barry Porter says:

🤔 3D printing forged heads

blueyeswhiteclaw says:

I've never liked traditional golf shoes anyways. Especially while driving. I hate that front leg staying rigid

Duncan Pike says:

As interesting as this is… Is it me or does the golf industry forget most golfers are over 50 years old, most of these trends are targeted at young golfers! Can you imagine a 70 year old wearing a pair of those new Footjoys… He’d look a real tit!

Chris A says:

Also graphite shafts in irons are much lighter for those people who carry their bags

Tradecationer says:

All syntethic materials will generate tons of micro plastics when you wash them, destroying our water supplies and oceans. Microplastic particles have been revealed in the placentas of unborn babies…  How about the merino wool products, etc?

Jamie Burns says:

#1 – wrong: announced today that GAs are going to restrict driver length – https://www.bbc.com/sport/golf/55900119

Frank Chan says:

Seems like we need a longer golf bag for the longer drivers lol

Kevin Wood says:

I’ve been using graphite shafts in my irons for 25 years and I love them

Justin Stephenson says:

Kit talking about kit trends!!

At amateur level for most of us longer driver shafts are not going to help. Fortunately PGA and R&A will be limiting driver shaft length to 46".

Whilst I agree data is great and things like Arcos are going to be more prevalent, but gathering data is very different to analysing correctly that data. Until people understand concepts of standard deviation and its close relation, statistical significance any analysis of the data will be highly superficial. The reality is that until you have 20-30 rounds of data captured, the data pool applicable to any one club, with the possible exception of the driver (putter is very different), is just too small to draw any statistically valid conclusions.

Finally, thanks for reminding me about bamboo tees: I must change from my standard castle plastic tees

Dennis Hough says:

Stop trialling they are wasting their time !!!

Dave Hurley says:

Agree on wedges I have callaway mavrik pro irons and pw is 43 so I have aw 48 then 52 56 60 I'm ok off the tee driver 285 3w 250 and my 4i is 230yds.

Craig Edga4r says:

Agree with a comment below – hybrids – multi use EG look at TM SIM 2 RESCUE AND MAX, etc 💪💪💪

Craig Edga4r says:

What about App fitting in lockdown???

Craig Edga4r says:

Agree on the wedges same here 5 wedges – 10 – 15 yd incremental on full shots then 3/4 , 1/2 and pitch / punch swing system – 5 wedges 20 shot system / yardages!

Craig Edga4r says:

Read update from USGA and R&A – incorrect no 48 regulating to 46 !!!

Tony Cluley says:

I totally agree with Muffin 007

Mike Reed says:

I think you are going to see more hybrids in handicap players bags. I will be carrying four of them and many of my golf buddies are going for more of them. They keep you playing better longer!

Muffin 007 says:

USGA and R and A are on about capping driver shaft length at 46 inches.

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