Do golf clubs wear out?

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GOLFTEC VP of Instruction, Nick Clearwater, talks about how the different types of golf clubs tend to wear out over time and when he recommends to replaced your clubs to get the most out of every club in your bag. Learn more at:

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Paul Stewart says:

I’m sure our club champ will disagree using Ben Hogan blades from 1979.

Jim M says:

I'm glad I wasn't the only one thinking that this information is coming from a club seller. Sure no problem. The new ones are only $600. I'm watching this in 2022. I just took my Cleveland Classic driver to Edwin Watts. It's about 10 years old. I hit it about 240-250 on good strikes on Trackman or whatever their simulator thing is called. I'm 58 years old. Guess how far I hit the new ones?? Good strikes were 245-255. Dispersion was about the same. I'll keep my money and my old Cleveland Classic. I feel pretty good about that distance at 58. LOL

Fabian Sosa says:

I'll keep my 10yr old clubs in my bag and my money in my wallet thanks.Some other mug can line your pockets thanks.

Mike McIlroy says:

New driver every year… the graphic behind you should say Rich Golfer not avid.

FarnzworthIII says:

Drivers 14 months?!?!! Do you guys sell clubs?
I hit my i25 driver the same as any new driver.

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