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.

Designed for the better player, the Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero driver gives you the ability to control the spin characteristics so better ball strikers can gain a few extra yards.

The G410 Plus driver from Ping is their first to feature an adjustable weighting system in the head. It also features a newly engineered hosel which is now adjustable through eight positions delivering loads of adjustability to dial in this driver to the best settings for you.

The Mavrik Max driver from Callaway is the most forgiving in the family. Moveable weight technology in the sole, a full 460cc clubhead, and hosel adjustability can give this drive a big anti-slice bais.

When it was released the Mavrik driver from Callaway was one of the most technologically advanced available. A new weight-saving Titanium Flash Face, the bracing and stabilising Jailbreak bars, and the light Triaxial Carbon Crown combine to make the Mavrik one of the very longest and most forgiving drivers.

Before Bryson DeChambeau started his pursuit of power, speed, and distance he was already the talk of the golf industry thanks to the equipment he was using - all his Cobra irons were the same length.

The TS3 is the most adjustable driver in the Titleist Speed Project line up - specifically designed to beef up the amount of draw or fade bias you can put on your ball. Like all the Speed Project drivers you get loft and lie adjustability thanks to Titleist's Sure-Fit hosel, but in the TS3 you also get Titleist's first moveable weight - the Sure-Fit CG weight cartridge.

The Titleist Sure-Fit hosel gives you loft and lie adjustability but its very important to note that the settings for left-handed clubs are not the same as in right-handed drivers.

This article takes what you already know about wedges and bounce to the next level and starts looking at the grind.

TaylorMade drivers are known for their vast levels of adjustability. Although perhaps not as adjustable as the model which came before it, the SIM driver can be dialled in and perform precisely how you need it.

Golf is booming and with so many golfers coming to the game for the first time, or returning after a few years you there's a chance you might be a little apprehensive before teeing off for your first 18-holes.

The question of how often you should change your driver is an interesting one. The way the golf companies market their new product often what came before it sounds obsolete.

Handicaps are what make the game of golf great. They one golfer to play against any other golfer and the contest (in theory) should be pretty close. However there is a group of golfers who play off scratch, but what exactly does that mean? And how good are they in reality?