Cavity backs don't affect your swing. They make the club more forgiving with any swing by placing the weight around the perimeter of the club. This increases the clubs moment of inertia, and makes it less apt to torque when struck off center. Some pros use them, some use a variation on the theme, and some use the "flat-backed" irons. Phil Marrone, PGA
I think the avreage is 85-90 with pros being in the 115-120 range.
They earn a lot. Aside from golf, they appear to advertisements.
Generally, they do not carry golf balls in their pockets.
No, not the pros, but when you are out for a round of golf with your buddies, of course so.
The outside-in swing impacts the golf ball right of center instead of flush on the back of the ball. The resultant spin turns the ball clockwise in the air, causing it to "slice" to the right, also known as a "banana ball." At Over the Top Golf, we compensate for this outside-in swing with five set-up changes that automatically squares the clubface, provides proper weight transfer which results in a straight shot, even with the outside-in swing. There are numerous web sites as well as PGA teaching pros who advertise that they can fix, cure or correct an outside-in swing but success among amateurs is rare, unless much practice is involved. There are only three avenues of relief, one is to commit to periodic lessons and constant practice, two is to take advantage of your outside-in swing at Over the Top Golf or three which is learn to live with your left to right shots and practice the short game almost exclusively.
Depends on what you're looking for. If you want to keep up on the US professionals, then PGA tour website is the best. They have tons of great new information on the pros including swing speeds, launch angles, career money stats, etc. YouTube has tons of golf instruction videos.
It is quite popular. On tour around 30 tour pros use it, such as Aaron Baddeley, Mike Weir and Dean Wilson. It is hard to say how many amateurs use it but it is a very sound concept.
Yes, to play golf you need to have lessons. Even the pros have lessons, it doesnt matter if your beginner or master. Golf is a complex game which eneds guidance.
Golfers appear to love spending money on gadgets, videos and courses designed to improve their swing and grip. Many golfers rely on quality gloves to help with their grip. Stores like Golf Town offer lessons and have pros on staff to help with basics like developing a proper grip.
That you don't have electricity back then PROS