The Darrell Survey Golf Equipment Almanac 2001 by the Darrell Survey - The Darrell Survey Golf Equipment Almanac, 2001 edition, is a consumer reference guide with all the latest data about the equipment used by professional and recreational golfers.
The Almanac contains complete equipment statistics for the PGA, Senior, LPGA and Japan Tours, including what the winning players used. Based on tens of thousands of pro and consumer surveys each year, the Almanac provides in-depth coverage of balls, irons, wedges, drivers, fairway woods, hybrid clubs, putters, shafts, grips, bags, gloves, shoes and shirts.
Consumer usage is analyzed by age and handicap level, with satisfaction ratings for leading brands and models. Also included in this edition is a special flash report on 2001 season pro stats from January to the Masters, revealing major changes in pro ball, iron and driver usage.
Since 1932, the Darrell Survey has observed the equipment used by professional golfers at tournaments and reported its findings to golf manufacturers. Currently, the Darrell Survey covers more than 200 tournaments each season on the PGA, Senior, LPGA and Buy.com Tours, the Japan Tour and the British Open. At the opening tee on the first day of play, a surveyor inspects the bag of every player, reporting on usage of clubs, balls, shirts, shoes, spikes, shafts, grips and headgear. The Darrell Survey has also performed extensive consumer research over the last 20 years, visiting public and private golf courses around the country to observe what recreational golfers are using and to ask them what they think about it.
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The Darrell Survey Golf Equipment Almanac 2000 - The Darrell Survey Almanac provides an in-depth view of the golf-equipment brands and models favored by consumer and professional golfers. The book examines the full range of golf equipment, including balls, irons, wedges, drivers, fairway woods, putters, shafts, grips, bags, gloves, shoes and shirts. Consumer equipment usage is analyzed by age and handicap level, with satisfaction ratings for leading brands and models. Regarding professional usage, the Almanac contains complete end-of-year statistics for the PGA, Senior, LPGA and Japan Tours, including what the winning players used.