World Cup Goes to the Danes

December 7, 2016

By Paul Myers There is not a lot of team golf that is played at the highest level of the game, with the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup being notable exceptions. Therefore, anytime some of the world’s best players get together to play in a team format, golf fans all around the world are treated [&hel


How to set up your feet to minimize the risk of injury

December 2, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Earlier this week, Jaacob Bowden wrote on Golf WRX about setting up your feet to minimize the risk of injury. In modern golf instruction, it’s fairly common to see setups being taught in which the feet are perpendicular to the target line. Geometrically, this sounds fine


Pat Perez Makes It All the Way Back

November 30, 2016

By Paul Myers Coming back from an injury as serious as a torn labrum is a major challenge for anyone, let alone for a golfer who has recently turned 40. It would have been easy to write off Perez as a player who was passed his prime, and just about ready to hang up the […]


Tom Wishon and Jaacob Bowden join ‘Fairways of Life’

November 24, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Tom Wishon and Jaacob Bowden join ‘Fairways of Life’ on the Golf Channel. Listen Here Ready to get your own set of Sterling Irons? Find them here:  


Rod Pampling is Crowned Champion in Sin City

November 18, 2016

By Paul Myers In golf, it is not rare for players to remain competitive into their 40’s – and even beyond. Golf is a game that allows players to age far more gracefully than they do in other sports, which is why golf fans often get to enjoy watching their favorite players compete at a […]


What’s making Sterling Irons® a Huge Success?

November 16, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Chris Duthie from Colorado’s Avid Golfer talks to Tom Wishon to find out what is making Sterling Irons® a “Huge Success.”   According to Wishon, the secret to “reinventing” single length irons was four-fold, beginning with building them with the s


Watch Mark Crossfield’s review of Sterling Irons®

November 3, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Mark Crossfield recently reviewed Sterling Irons® and asked the question, Cobra One Length or Sterling Irons? Watch as Mark Crossfield and Coach Lockey take on the single length iron challenge with the Cobra One Length irons and the Sterling Single Length irons. Who will co


One Year Later, Steele Gets Revenge at Safeway Open

October 20, 2016

By Paul Myers It is hard to win on the PGA Tour. Okay – so that is probably a bit of an understatement. More accurately, it is incredibly hard to win a tournament on the PGA Tour. Each week the fields are filled with countless high-quality players, as the PGA Tour represents the gold standard [&he


Check out this review of Sterling Irons®

October 12, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Golf A Lot’s Martin Hopley recently reviewed Sterling Irons®. See what he had to say here:   This is really a review of one product, but in two parts as the Wishon Sterling Single Length is one of the first sets of single length irons to hit the market since [&hel


Ryan Moore Secures a Loss, and a Win

September 27, 2016

By Paul Myers The Tour Championship at East Lake GC marked the completion of the FedEx Cup for 2016, and what an event it was. In the end, Rory McIlroy managed to take the title for the week, and in the process, also was able to secure the FedEx Cup Trophy – and a nice […]


Resetting Your Game for 2017

September 20, 2016

By Paul Myers As 2016 begins to wind down, and the golf season draws to an end for many people around the world (in the northern hemisphere, at least), it is time to start thinking about what your game will look like in the new year. Do you have any specific goals for your game […]


Dustin Johnson Wins BMW, Claims Inside Position

September 15, 2016

By Paul Myers With just one event to go in the 2016 version of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, Dustin Johnson has clearly established himself as the man to beat. Johnson took home the title at the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick GC, putting himself in the top spot prior to the TOUR Championship at East [&


Rory McIlroy Finds His Stroke at the Right Time

September 7, 2016

By Paul Myers While Rory McIlroy is just getting started in his professional golf career, he has already amassed an impressive list of accomplishments. Just 27 years of age, McIlroy has already claimed four major championship titles, placing him safely among the best players in the history of the ga


Patrick Reed Finds a Win When He Needs It Most

August 30, 2016

By Paul Myers The Barclays marked not only the start of the PGA Tour FedEx Cup Playoffs, but also the last opportunity for players to earn points toward qualification for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Contested over the difficult Bethpage Black golf course in Farmingdale, NY, The Barclays had plenty of d


The Mindset to Go Low

August 26, 2016

By Paul Myers Usually, major championships are not a setting for ‘going low’. Rather, winning a major is usually about staying as close to par as possible while fighting nerves and extremely tough course conditions. However, the scene that developed at Royal Troon for the 2016 version of The Ope


History Made in Rio

August 17, 2016

By Paul Myers For generations, golfers have grown up with one very specific goal – to win a major championship. Without debate, the four major championships – The Masters, the U.S. Open, the Open Championship, and the PGA Championship – are the pinnacle of the game. To win one of these four ti


A Memorable Week at the Travelers Championship

August 11, 2016

By Paul Myers If you thought you could take a bit of a break from following professional golf this past week, you would have made a major mistake. Sure, the Travelers Championship found itself in a spot on the schedule between the PGA Championship and golf’s return to the Olympics, but that doesn


Today’s Golfer reviews Sterling Irons®

August 10, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Have you seen Today’s Golfer’s review of Sterling Irons®?   The Concept It sounds really simple… because it is. All the heads and shafts are the same weight, all the lie angles are matched and all the shaft lengths are the same. The idea is that you j


Par Five Second Shot – The Toughest Choice in Golf

August 5, 2016

By Paul Myers When Jimmy Walker made his way to the 18th tee at Baltusrol in the final round of the PGA Championship, he knew that a par would be good enough to win. The 18th is a reasonably short par five (by professional standards), meaning a par would usually be no problem at all […]


Four Majors – Four First-Time Major Champions

August 3, 2016

By Paul Myers The major season in men’s professional golf is over for 2016, and each of the four events saw a player claim his first career major championship title. At The Masters, it was Danny Willett who was ready to claim the Green Jacket when Jordan Spieth famously stumbled on the par three 1


Split Fairways with a Power Fade

July 29, 2016

By Paul Myers On his way to winning the U.S. Open at Oakmont, Dustin Johnson hit one impressive fade after another. Most golfers think they need to turn the ball over from right to left in order to hit it a long way, but Johnson proves that theory to be completely incorrect. Hitting a cut […]


Previewing the PGA Championship

July 27, 2016

By Paul Myers The final major of the year – “Glory’s Last Shot” as it is often called – will be contested this week at Baltusrol when the PGA Championship gets underway. While there are plenty of important rounds still to come this year once the PGA is complete, such as the Olympics and th


Mickelson Comes Up Short at The Open – Through No Fault of His Own

July 20, 2016

By Paul Myers Phil Mickelson is no stranger to finishing second in major championships. In the U.S. Open alone, Mickelson has finished second an incredible six times. Most famously, Mickelson lost out on a chance to win the U.S. Open at Winged Foot in 2006 when he made double bogey on the final hole


Jaacob’s Podcast on Game Improvement Golf

July 12, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Did you get a chance to listen to Game Improvement Golf’s interview with Jaacob Bowden? Here are notes from the show, and a link to listen in! Interview with Jaacob Bowden – Professional Golfer and Co-Developer (with Tom Wishon) of the new Sterling Single Length Irons


Future World #1? Dustin Johnson is on a Roll

July 7, 2016

By Paul Myers Honestly, this wasn’t very surprising. Just two weeks after finally claiming his first major, Dustin Johnson took home another big title, this one coming at the World Golf Championships Bridgestone Invitational. Johnson has always had incredible talent, and he has certainly had his s


GolfWRX reviews Single-Length Sterling Irons

July 3, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Have you seen GolfWRX’s review yet of Single-Length Sterling Irons? Pros: Custom-fitted, single-length irons drastically simplify swing thoughts and reduce setup adjustments throughout the set. Cons: It takes time to get used to the feel and appearance of longer short


An Emotional Win for Billy Hurley III

June 28, 2016

By Paul Myers Billy Hurley III is not your ‘average’ PGA Tour player, for whatever that means. Often, those on the PGA Tour were standout players from the time they could walk, going through large Division I schools on the way to professional golf success. Rarely does that success involve spendi


No More Monkey – Dustin Johnson Breaks Through at U.S. Open

June 21, 2016

By Paul Myers Before Sunday’s final round, Dustin Johnson’s name always seemed to come with an asterisk when discussed in golf circles. The conversation would be something along the lines of ‘sure, he’s a great player, but he can’t finish the deal in the big events’. And, to be fair, thi


The Mindset of a Great Putter

June 17, 2016

By Paul Myers: Would you like to be a great putter? Of course you would – that point is not even up for debate. The ability to make putts is the great equalizer on the golf course, as you can make up for plenty of bad swings just by holing putts. While it is important […]


Mark Crossfield’s review of single-length Sterling Irons

June 9, 2016

Check out Mark Crossfield’s review of single-length Sterling Irons: Bryson DeChambeau — winner of the 2015 U.S. Amateur and NCAA Men’s Individual Golf Championships and recently turned professional — plays with a unique set of irons and wedges that all measure the same length. In his vid


Spieth Nails It Down in Texas

June 7, 2016

By Paul Myers For all of the accomplishments that Jordan Spieth already has to his name at a young age, he had not yet won a professional event in his home state of Texas. That has changed. The winner of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational at Colonial Country Club, Spieth rebounded from a poor Sunday


Have you heard of Arccos Golf?

June 4, 2016

  By Jaacob Bowden The free Arccos iPhone app tracks performance by automatically capturing critical data for your game. CLUB-TO-CLOUD™ Each shot is recorded live and instantly saved to the cloud. By automatically tracking and analyzing all of your relevant stats, we unlock your Golf DNA. BLU


Sergio Garcia Takes Home a Title

May 24, 2016

By Paul Myers Although he has long been one of the best players in the game, Sergio Garcia had not taken home a PGA Tour title in a few years. As the AT&T Byron Nelson at the TPC Four Seasons Resort moved to a conclusion on Sunday, it didn’t appear that Garcia’s slump would be […]


Strategizing Your Way Around a Narrow Golf Course

May 6, 2016

By Paul Myers Harbour Town GL is a beautiful course in the beautiful town of Hilton Head, SC, and it features a unique design with plenty of doglegs and tight angles to be found. The player who is successful at Harbour Town GL is the one who is willing to think their way around the […]


How to Handle a Short Par Four

April 26, 2016

By Paul Myers Short par fours are some of the most exciting holes in the game. The possibilities are nearly endless when you walk onto the tee of a short par four – you could drive the green and make an eagle, or you could hit a bad shot and get into all sorts of […]


Harbour Town Sees Branden Grace Get First PGA Tour Win

April 22, 2016

By Paul Myers There are some players you assume would have won a PGA Tour title already, and Branden Grace is one of them. Grace is truly a world-class player, as is demonstrated by is current ranking of 11th in the world golf rankings. He is also within the top-20 in the FedEx Cup points […]


A Masters for the Ages

April 14, 2016

By Paul Myers Wow. It’s safe to say that no one saw that coming. Even with the countless words that were written and said in advance of the 2016 Masters Tournament, nobody could have predicted the manner in which the battle for the green jacket would be decided. At the end of it all, Englishman [&


Match Play Madness Ends with a Predictable Winner

April 4, 2016

By Paul Myers Any time golf turns to match play for the format of choice on a given week, you can be sure that surprises are going to follow. The nature of match play is such that the better players don’t have as much of an advantage as they would during a 72-hole stroke play […]


Jason Day Has His Day – Again

March 29, 2016

By Paul Myers The run up to The Masters just gets better and better. The event that doesn’t need any additional excitement keeps getting exactly that, thanks to the impressive play of some of the top golfers in the world. This week it was Jason Day’s turn to position himself as one of th


Charl Schwartzel Charges Back to Take Valspar Championship

March 22, 2016

By Paul Myers As if The Masters needed any extra excitement, the run-up to the year’s first major has been filled with previous winners of the green jacket. With Bubba Watson and Adam Scott already having found a place in the winner’s circle in 2016, another past Masters champion jump into the c


Unlock Consistency in Your Game

March 18, 2016

By Paul Myers In winning the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Hideki Matsuyama took home his second career PGA Tour win. While that is impressive enough for a young man who is only 23 years old, that might not even be his most-impressive accomplishment. Rather, many would be even more impressed by the


Adam Scott Goes Back-to-Back

March 14, 2016

By Paul Myers Adam Scott has long been one of the most-talented players on the PGA Tour. While he has an impressive resume which includes a major championship, some observers believe that he could have won even more considering the impressive game that he displays on a regular basis. However, if he


How to Stay Focused in Challenging Conditions

March 7, 2016

By Paul Myers If you watched Brandt Snedeker produce his incredible round of golf on the way to winning the Farmers Insurance Open, you say a player who was able to stay focused in the face of some extremely tough conditions. The winds were howling at Torrey Pines on Sunday (and Monday), leading to


Adam Scott Quiets the Doubters

March 3, 2016

By Paul Myers Adam Scott can’t putt without the long putter that helped him win The Masters. At least, that is what you might think if you listened to a long list of critics who seemed to think that Scott’s career was suddenly over thanks to a USGA rule change. With anchored putting now a [&hell


Bubba Watson Walks Away with Riviera Title

February 26, 2016

By Paul Myers The site of the Northern Trust Open, Riviera CC in Pacific Palisades, CA, is one of the classic layouts on the PGA Tour. The course is loved by nearly every player who had had the chance to walk its fairways, and it is a great example of a layout that has stood […]


Matsuyama Claims Waste Management Phoenix Open

February 22, 2016

By Paul Myers The title of the ‘Best Tournament’ on the PGA Tour is certainly up for debate, as everyone has their own favorite courses and locations. However, the title of ‘loudest’ golf tournament on the PGA Tour is not in doubt, and it has not been in doubt for some time. The Waste Manage


The Pace of Change Golf Podcast with Jaacob Bowden

February 18, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff Did you check out our own Jaacob Bowden on The Pace of Change Golf Podcast yet? Listen in as he talks about his swing speed training, his love for golf and finally, the future release of Sterling Irons! We hope you enjoy!  


A Massive Moment for Vaughn Taylor

February 16, 2016

By Paul Myers Most golf fans haven’t heard the name Vaughn Taylor in a while. Taylor was a rising player around a decade ago, posting a couple of wins and representing the United States in the Ryder Cup. However, he lost his form somewhere along the way, and lost his Tour card as well. Trying [&he


Snedeker Records a Strange Win at Torrey Pines

February 12, 2016

By Paul Myers The goal of golf, obviously, is to hit the least number of shots possible. If you are playing in a tournament, hitting the fewest number of shots among anyone in the field will end with you walking away with a trophy. Someone wins each week on the PGA Tour by hitting the […]


Wishon and Bowden’s new single-length Sterling Irons®

February 11, 2016

By Swing Man Golf Staff   Have a look on at our own Jaacob Bowden‘s new collaborative single length irons project w/ Tom Wishon Golf Technology called Sterling Irons®! Wishon, along with professional golfer and swing speed trainer Jaacob Bowden, began collaboratively ma