The Academy is the biggest category in our Guides and Advice section. Here you'll find all our general advice, whether quick swing tips or practice drills you can do at home. It's also where you'll find our popular "How to adjust" tutorials to ensure your driver is set up right for you. And finally, there is loads of general buying advice - from which balls or grips you should use to more technical knowledge on the bounce and grind of wedges. There's always something new at the Golfbidder Academy.

Need more distance out of your swing? Try these five golf driver drills you can use at the driving range anytime. Hit it straight, hit it hard, and hit it fast!

The second-generation of the Carbonwood-era has arrived and if you’re lucky enough to have a TaylorMade Stealth 2 in your bag you’re going to want to get every single yard out of it. And it’s here where you can find out how.

If you are new to the game of golf and looking to upgrade your driver on the Golfbidder website, you’ll see that some have very visible weights in their heads. What are these weights for and what do they do?

If you are new to golf and are a little bit confused about what all the numbers and letters on your golf clubs mean, that's understandable. Depending on the clubs you have, you could have two or even three #5s, others with a single-digit number, some with a double-digit number, some with numbers in various places, and even some with letters!

So you've got your matching Titleist TSR fairway wood, but it's the first adjustable fairway wood you've had. You're lost in a new world of adjustment capabilities and need help figuring out where to start?

So you've finally got your hands on a new to you Titleist TSR driver, and you want to get every yard, foot, and inch out of it! The article (and video) will do just that. We'll help you adjust your TSR driver to the optimum settings for your game.

Fair play to Titleist; they stick to their philosophy of only releasing drivers every two years and try to make any improvements tangible to everyone. The TSR continues to refine the previous TSi drivers, each with a discernible difference. So which one is right for you?

If your current driver is five, six, or even seven years old, you might be getting an itch to change, and rightly so. Over that period, the advances in the whole world of driver technology and the manufacturing process have been tremendous.

The TaylorMade Stealth driver is the first of a new generation of Carbonwood and is available in three heads - Stealth, Stealth Plus+, and Stealth HD.

Which golf ball you're teeing up is something most of us don't think about enough, and it can have a significant impact on your game. We have hundreds of pounds worth of clubs in our bags and yet are guilty of pulling a dud ball out of our bag to play a par-3 over water, just in case we might lose a good ball!

The RADSPEED driver family from Cobra is made up of three different models - RADSPEED, RADSPEED XB, and RADSPEED XD with all three having a different weighting configuration.

The Callaway EPIC Max, Max LS, and Speed drivers are laden with Artificial Intelligence and the 2021 additions to the Callaway EPIC family of drivers. All three models have the Callaway OptiFit Hosel to adjust loft and lie. The Max and Max LS also have an adjustable sliding weight in the sole to influence shot shape.