Golf is a sport. It’s meant to be fun. So why are golf brands so buttoned up?
“At WhyGolf we portray common, relatable frustrations that all golfers experience in a humorous and self deprecating way. Then we offer WhyGolf as a solution to their woes.” – Founder Brad Mason
After each slice, shank or chunk, golfers tend to ask themselves the same question – Why? “Why do we do this to ourselves?”
WhyGolf knows because they’ve been there, and they set out to make the hardest sport less hard with game-changing training aids.
“Why do we do it to ourselves?
Strike a little white ball, only to chase after it again?
The shanks, the hooks, the duffs and whiffs.
Or watching it veer straight into the woods.
Infuriating ourselves to the breaking point – sometimes of a 7-iron.
Spending hours on the range, trying to fix that slice.
‘It’s only a small blister.’
Is it the challenge to better our best? Or the camaraderie of trash-talk?
‘Good one, buddy. You almost made it past the ladies’ tees.’
Those first tee jitters. The short putt yips. We can’t be this crazy, right?
Sure we are. And we’ll be back next week. Or even tomorrow.
Because every so often. Though not as often as you’d like. You really smack one.
An effortless, sweet-spot of a shot that flies for days.
The kind of shot that elicits a ‘Nice ball’ with a tinge of bitterness from a playing partner.
And for that one moment you think, ‘Woah. I did it.’
It takes just one of those elusive flawless shots to legitimize the absurdity of it all.
To justify all of the money spent on clubs, gadgets and balls.
At WhyGolf, we don’t promise the perfect swing over any set amount of time.
Having trod the fairways for many years ourselves, we know that ‘perfect’ is as elusive as an eagle.
But with our training systems and solutions, we can potentially help you experience that fist-pump-inducing moment a few more times per round.
Because it’s that endorphin-packed feeling that fills our dimpled brains.
And keeps us coming back.”
WhyGolf Gear for the golf-obsessed.
Find out more about WhyGolf by visiting their website, www.whygolf.com.