On Tour there has been an improvement of between 15 and 20% in driver distance. Have you seen that improvement?
Adjustability used to come at the expense of some forgiveness. Maybe not now.
There is an argument that the biggest leap forward in performance is not the actual design of golf clubs but our improved understanding of impact, launch and ball flight. Are we about to make another ... See more
During the first three weeks, we have discussed the importance of the correct loft at impact and how crucial it is to fit a putter to match your technique.
Matching the loft of your putter to your technique is critical in becoming a consistent putter and therefore seeing more putts drop.
It is crucial to have loft at impact to lift the ball out of the depression its found in at address.
Find a putter that best suits your technique and the conditions of the courses you play.
Don’t measure your experience by performance vs. handicap. Measure it by the number of great shots you hit.
Fit your driver for your launch DNA and not only will you get more performance, it will be your friend for much longer.
Sometimes changing your trajectory reduces the danger from the tee.
Of your personal launch DNA requires us to reduce your spin rate, then there’s a good chance that along with more distance, you’ll be straighter too.
When you read magazines they have to make assumptions about who you are. We don’t.
We’re interested in your own Launch DNA.
Actually you’re one in several thousand. And it should matter to you.
We want to improve your golf experience out on the golf course. We know how to do that.
Someone would sue us as the cause of an accident if we asked you to try driving home with your car seat set incorrectly for your physical dimensions.
Standard shaft length? Standard shaft flex measure? No and no.
We want to help more of our golfers hit more accurate approach shots more consistently.
Why not have us create a detailed assessment of your top-of -the-bag distances and consistency. You’ll remove the big numbers.
Don’t carry club designs that you don’t have confidence in.
It’s time to respond to course designers who think they can exploit your vulnerability.