Last Updated on Thursday, 03 March 2016 21:24 Thursday, 03 March 2016 21:09
CHICAGO, Illinois — With advances in golf club technology, most golfers could easily hit the ball further and more accurately. Yet a Golf Magazine study found that 90% of U.S. golfers may be playing with improperly fit clubs. A Golf Digest study found that 8 of 9 custom fit golfers lowered their score by as much as 6 strokes per round and added up to 21 yards off the tee.
Club Champion is the country’s premier club fitter, builder, and retailer of the best brands in golf. The company delivers a Tour-quality fitting that produces longer, more accurate shots, with a nearly 100% satisfaction rate. Their approach is unbiased; no specific vendor is promoted. The only goal - find the best combination of components to lower your scores.
Last Updated on Sunday, 28 February 2016 23:02 Sunday, 28 February 2016 22:37
1. PING G30 Driver and Fairway Woods – www.pinggolf.com
2. DST Golf Compressor club – www.dstgolf.com
3. MGI Electric Golf Pull Carts – www.mgigolf.com
4. BioMech AccuLock Ace Putter – www.biomechsports.com
5. Super Stroke Grips – www.superstrokeusa.com
6. Carnoustie Apparel – www.carnoustiesportswear.com
7. Tour Edge E 8 Irons – www.touredge.com
8. Snell Golf Tour balls – www.snellgolf.com
9. Big Max I DRY Golf Bag Cover – www.bigmaxusa.com
10. Graphite Design Tour AD GT UT – Utility Hybrid Shafts – www.proschoicegolfshafts.com
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 February 2016 01:49 Wednesday, 17 February 2016 01:06
ORLANDO, Florida (Dr. Barry Lotz/iG) — The 2016 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, FL, attracted golf buyers and sellers from around the world to drive a 3 percent increase in overall attendance, despite the early-week Winter Storm Jonas impacting the East Coast of the United States. The top five countries (outside of U.S.) represented in attendance were Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Mexico and Germany. The top five U.S. states represented in attendance were Florida, New York, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
This year’s show was well attended by both exhibitors and visitors, even without familiar names such as Nike, Mizuno and Sun Mountain. For the first two days everybody seemed to be writing orders. Callaway, PING, Titleist, Bridgestone, Cobra and Tour Edge were consistently busy, as were Carnoustie, SunIce and Devereaux.
The Demo Day was the busiest I have ever seen and perfect weather was the order of the day.
Whether this will convert to an increase in business, only time will tell, though positive attitudes heard from attendees and exhibitors may warrant a better 2016.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 January 2016 19:22 Tuesday, 26 January 2016 19:06
CARLSBAD, California — TaylorMade Golf unveiled M2 drivers, fairways, and rescue clubs to complete the M family. In M2, engineers have utilized the same proprietary multi-material combination, including the seven-layer carbon composite crown found in the M1, to develop a line of products that deliver two highly sought-after performance benefits: distance and forgiveness.
Last Updated on Monday, 08 February 2016 02:23 Saturday, 23 January 2016 23:26
(Barry Lotz, J.D.,Ph.D./iG) — Most golfers could easily hit the ball further and more accurately, yet a Golf Magazine study found that 90% of U.S. golfers may be playing with improperly fit clubs. There’s a big distinction between custom clubs and custom fitted clubs. Custom clubs are those purchased at a golf store and then adjustments are made to the clubs such as length (shorter or longer), added wraps to the grip or different shafts inserted. Custom Fit clubs are built to an individual’s specific needs, determined during a fitting session with a qualified club fitter.
Fact: NO major golf companies manufacture precision fit sets of clubs that have been precisely tuned to the individual’s swing! Only if you can put the same swing on every club, can you compete at the highest level and achieve results truly commensurate with your ability.
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