1mph of ball speed adds 2 yards of distance. And a lot can happen in 2 yards.
The right setup will help you experience more magical moments on the course.
You don’t have to limit yourself to #7 iron or less.
Your wedges could be the reason your handicap isn’t lower.
Where you make impact with the golf ball has a massive impact on distance and ball flight consistency.
When you’re facing at least 9 scramble situations per round, you need sharp grooves.
Distance control with your wedges shouldn’t be a guessing game.
Knowing the answer to this will save you shots, and shocks.
Sharp wedge grooves can be the difference between a 14-foot putt and a tap in.
Get your lie angle right, and you’re better positioned to enjoy your entire iron set.
Forgiving irons are even more of an advantage when your lie angle is correct.
Fast iron faces become even faster when you’re square at impact.
But there’s another weight in your setup that’s just as important.
How to get the most out of modern iron technology.
Get your shaft weight right and timing could come easier.
There’s something more important to distance than clubhead speed.
A shorter shaft could make it easier for you to square the clubhead.
A fitting decision that could transform your tee shots.
Face angle at impact is 85% of golf ball direction. So how do we make it easier for you? What tricks do we have?
It’s a simple objective that we make horribly complicated.
Golf balls don’t have a mind of their own, but they are programmed differently.
It might react quickly, but it doesn’t think for itself.
Experience more green side thrills by adding spin and control to your short game.
When you arrive at a golf club rank 1, 2, and 3 what’s most important to you
Are your shafts the right length for you?
Everyone is different and everyone balances the different reasons to play the game. How do you balance them?
The right driver shaft weight adds distance and accuracy to your tee shots.
There is a way to gain confidence, add certainty, and make more magic on the course.
Golf is random enough at times, so here’s a reminder of how to add certainty.
Do not settle for the occasional moment of magic. Make more magic.
You’re doing so much more than buying a new set of irons. How much better is it standing over the ball with confidence?
There are many aspects to a Fitting for better approach shots. Distance and accuracy are obvious. Stopping power is another.
We fit you to make it easier to make square contact. But when you don’t we can still help.
Club makers believe that most golfers experience a breakdown in consistency at 37 inches.
First, start with the result you want. If its more magical moments, we have the answer.
For those with faster swing speeds, the smallest adjustment to the way you impact the golf ball makes a really big difference.
For those with faster swing speeds, the smallest adjustment to the way you impact the golf ball makes a really big difference.
While we’re all looking at new Drivers to add distance, a small adjustment in how you use your current Driver helps you go ‘huge’.
Most golfers are unaware of just how much too much or too little spin is robbing them of distance.
Too many golfers think that a fitting is for the very best players.
But some yards!
How does a 2mm change in a Driver CG change 5 to 8?
It sounds dramatic, but its true. However, most of you miss out.
You don’t have to be a physics expert, but the location of your Driver’s center of gravity matters a lot to you.
We want to help you hit more good shots. You’ll enjoy the feeling of solid contact more often.
If you think that over a 1,000 variations of any single golf club is a lot; how many variations of a golfer are there?
Hitting at a small target 150 yards away is already difficult enough. It could be easier with no effort.
Why do they mislead us? Why not have a “truth”?
Just three small steps to take to save 5 shots (possibly more) every round.
If just 1 inch in putter length and 2° correction on face angle turns you into a wizard on the greens, wouldn’t you be interested?
On Tour they get into a great position to sink putts time after time. But their putter length is set to make that a comfortable setup. Off-the-shelf putters are not.
From 6 feet, if your putter face angle is just 2° open, then you miss.
Knowing exactly how far you hit each wedge with a short, medium and full swing is vital if you want to become an accurate wedge player.
Knowing exactly how far you hit each wedge with a short, medium and full swing is vital if you want to become an accurate wedge player.
Do you lack confidence controlling distance with your pitch shots?
If you can control your distance, you create more
The biggest group of our golfers should be using every advantage there is to make ball striking easier.
If your handicap is between 10 and about 15 to 18, then use technology to change your magic number.
Sometimes you wish you had one, at other times you’d prefer the other. So have them both.
The very best ball strikers playing for money take advantage of anything that helps consistency. Should you?
More golf is played from 100 yards in, than on the rest of the course. So how do you stand on two important questions?
You probably have between 12 and 16 opportunities in every round to turn this into a moment of magic.
Your fairway wood could be worth its weight in gold. Is it?
Driver designers are now competing with “speed”, but what do you need?
We hear a lot of chat about shaft flex (and even profile) but there’s something else, possibly even more important.
There are myths and misunderstanding we need to clear up.
There’s an excellent reason to come along with your driver and let us change your game.
Speed matters, but it’s easy to increase.
The difference in swing speed between regular Tour Professionals and most amateurs isn’t much, but the tee shot distance difference is greater than it should be.
Some traditionalists want to hang on to the past. Well, we like some of the improvements.