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NEW Ping i210 and i500 Irons

July 16th, 2018

NEW Ping i210 and i500 Irons   Ping, ever the innovator, is launching their new line of i-series irons today,  Today’s players are seeking not only performance improvement but power as well.  These new irons offer the best of both of these! Whether you are a new customer or a returning Lifetime Fitting customer, Book Your Fitting Here! i500 The new i500 iron takes a lead from the popular G700 iron.  Using a maraging steel face insert, this club offers more distance while giving a lot more forgiveness in a smaller club head than the G700.  This thin-face, hollow bodied design was first seen in the Ping Crossover hybrid irons.  With the same face technology as the G400 fairway woods, these irons are geared for distance!         i210 Iron The original i200 iron was released 18 months ago and the new i210 is another step in the evolution in this players iron.  With a new softer face material and improved grove design, the i210 will give players a better feeling and performing club.  While not as long in distance as the i500, the i210 has similar trajectory and peak height.  This allows for better “drop and stop” for... Read More

TaylorMade P790 Black Available for Pre-Order

July 12th, 2018

TaylorMade P790 Black Available for Pre-Order The TaylorMade p790 irons have been on a roll.  The performance of these irons is nothing short of amazing.  The thin forged face combined with the Speed Foam insert give both incredible feel and remarkable distance. Now these great irons are being released in limited edition Black PVD Finish. Available in RH 3-PW and 4-PW Only! Schedule Your Fitting Here! or Call 303-730-2717 to Book Your Order Order now!  These clubs will be released to the general public 8/1/2018 after the initial allocation to authorized dealers has expired.  I do not expect any of these sets to be left so place your order today!  We will be able to deliver your customized set the first week in August. See the incredible p790 story here…

Stability Putter Shafts Can Drop More Putts

July 7th, 2018

Stability Putter Shafts Can Drop More Putts With 46% of your strokes in a round coming from your putter, maybe you should consider changing the “stock steel” shaft in your putter to the new STABILITY putter shaft from BreakThrough Golf Technology.  Introduced in May, 2018, this shaft is now the fastest growing putter shaft on the Web.Com Tour. Book Your Putter Fitting Here. It’s All About Stability At Impact According to multiple sources (SAM Putt Lab, Quintec, TrackMan Putter Analysis), if you miss hit your putt as little as a quarter of an inch off the “sweet” spot, the torque of a traditional steel shaft can cause you to miss a 10 foot putt as much as two inches.  In tests done by the folks at BreakThrough Golf Technology, golfers saw a 56% improvement in their putts. Behind the Technology By making the tip of the putter shaft more stable, without adversely affecting feel, the STABILITY shaft Is a combination of carbon fiber, aluminum insert and connector, and a smoke PVD covered stainless steel tip.  This comination creates, drum roll please, more STABILITY at impact, less dispersion and more distance consistency.  Check it out here… Personal Experience Being a true... Read More

Paderson Kinetixx Shafts

Paderson Kinetixx Shafts Fit Every Swing

July 5th, 2018

Paderson Kinetixx Technology The Paderson Kinetixx shafts are not only the world’s only vacuum cured shafts, they’re the most advanced, multi-structure, multi-material, precision tailored high performance composite shafts in the world. This process creates the most consistently performing shafts on the market. Kevlar and 3k micro carbon fiber are woven together in a rhombus pattern for the most effective transfer of kinetic energy to the club head at impact, as well as pure feel. These woven fibers have 20 times the elastic strength of steel! This combination of materials combined with Paderson’s unique building process allow for an unlimited combinations of torque, flexibility, weight, and balance. In other words, these shafts can be configured to fit any swing perfectly. Getting Fit There are a range of Paderson Kinetixx shafts for every player. Click here to get custom fit now Click here to order a custom shaft now Shaft Line Ballistic Ballistic Tour Launch Tour Velocity

ProjectX EvenFlow Max Carry Review

June 28th, 2018

ProjectX EvenFlow Max Carry Review ProjectX has introduced a new shaft to its EvenFlow lineup: The EvenFlow Max Carry. Book Your Fitting For This New Shaft Here! Test Results Joining the EvenFlow Black and EvenFlow Blue, this version of the shaft is red and features a softer tip section for slightly higher launch conditions.  In our testing, these shafts exhibit some of the highest ranks for consistency in weight, torque, CPM (flex) and spine at 96%.  The Max Carry features an even bend profile for the most efficient transfer of shaft load energy and allowing for the maximum energy to be released at impact.  These shafts are also slightly counter balanced to allow great performance in some of today’s heavier driver and fairway heads. The ProjectX Even Flow Lineup The Max Carry also features the highest launch and spin of the EvenFlow series thanks to its soft tip, making it the ideal choice for golfers with slower to moderate swing speeds seeking increased carry and distance.  This is also a great shaft for fairway woods as the softer tip will help get the ball launched with Max Carry! Inspired by the smooth and effortless energy of crashing waves, the shaft design... Read More

Making Mid-Season Golf Club Adjustments

June 21st, 2018

Making Mid-Season Golf Club Adjustments How is your golf game going so far?  If you are like most golfers, usually there are some portions of your game that may need a mid-season adjustment.  Luckily, we have covered most of the problem areas so here is a recap to help you analyze what areas of your golf bag may need looking into: Maybe you need to come in and take advantage of our lifetime fitting! What Clubs Are Hurting You the Most? When we go through an interview with our customers about their equipment, we note specifically what areas of their game need improvement.  Is it driving?  Fairway to green?  Wedge approach shots?  Chipping?  Putting?  The first place to look is penalty shots.  Are certain clubs going OB and costing you strokes?  Second, look at approach shots.  Are you always short of the green?  Next, look at your chipping and bunker play.  Can you get up and down from next to the green?  Are sand shots killing you?  Finally, or maybe we should look at this one first, how many putts do you have in 18 holes?  The goal should be 30 or less.  By looking at those areas that are... Read More

OBAN AirBurst Premium Wood Shafts

June 14th, 2018

OBAN AirBurst Premium Wood Shafts   OBAN AirBurst premium wood shafts are the entry from OBAN in the Japanese super-premium category.  These shafts are manufactured by Olympic Co., LTD and use the highly acclaimed Torayca(tm) dense fiber material.  Designed for Mid to Mid High ball flight and Mid to Low Mid spin, these shafts will be perfect for professional and amateur players looking for the next shaft that delivers distance, control and superior feel. Book your fitting for these shafts here! Shaft Weight/Flex Options The shaft comes in two basic weights, 55 gram and 65 gram.  The 55 gram comes in and R and S flex, while the 65 gram comes in S and X flex.  Unlike most of the OBAN wood shafts that play stiff to their designated flex, these shafts in our testing measure more true to an industry standard, if there is such a thing.  As with a lot of shafts, the lighter weights will play a half flex softer. Trajectory and Balance Point The AirBurst 55 will have a mid to mid-high trajectory based upon our testing, while the AirBusrt 65 will be mid to low-mid trajectory.  This is more of a traditional balance point shaft... Read More

Which Golf Clubs are the Most Difficult to Hit?

June 6th, 2018

Which Golf Clubs are the Most Difficult to Hit? We did a survey of golfers on our website and the results are in.  While it is neck-and-neck between driver, 3 fairway wood and long irons, 75% of our golfers said one of those clubs are the most difficult to hit!  So now the question is why? Sign up for a Fitting Here! Longer Clubs Mean More Inconsistency The driver is the longest club in your bag while the 3 wood is the next longest.  In our fittings, the driver is usually the most difficult club to fit, mostly because it is the longest and lightest club in the bag.  If you don’t get the shaft weight, length, flex and swing weight right, shots will be inconsistent at best.  This goes for both driver and fairway woods.  That is why we recommend shorter driver shafts, i.e. 44.5″ versus industry standard 45 to 45.5″.  Check the impact area on the face of your driver.  If you are hitting mostly center to heel, your driver could be too long and/or light. Shafts Weights Are Not Consistent Typically an off-the-rack driver shaft will weigh 55 to 65 grams.  That will fit the majority of... Read More

ACCRA FX 2.0 Series Shaft Review

June 2nd, 2018

ACCRA FX 2.0 Series Shaft Review When I started to write this ACCRA FX 2.0 Series shaft review, it took me back to why we first started working with ACCRA Golf years ago (won’t tell you how many!).  Gavin and the team at ACCRA Golf came up with a concept called DyMatch.  This means shafts are dynamically matched in terms of launch profile and shaft weights for all clubs in your bag, i.e. driver, fairway, hybrid, irons and wedges.  The new FX 2.0 Series shafts is just another iteration on this dynamically matched theme with better materials and finer tuned profiles. Schedule a Fitting Here! Shafts should have matching profiles When we do our fittings, we make very specific recommendations in terms of shaft profile, i.e. high launch, medium launch, low launch, etc.  Our fitting recommendations from BGF or the TrueFitClubs Fitting Wizard make specific recommendations for each club in your bag from driver through irons and wedges.  These recommendations will be for shaft length, shaft weight, shaft flex, swing weight and shaft trajectory (launch) and shaft spin..  This follows exactly what is meant to happen when you pick an ACCRA FX 2.0 Series shaft. The FX 2.0 Series has... Read More

How to Play Better Golf Faster

May 29th, 2018

How to Play Better Golf Faster The Game Improvement Components To play any sport, or any life endeavor to the best of your ability, you need four main components:  Ability, Proper Tools, Training, and Practice.  Players like Lydia Ko, Justin Rose, and others have worked hard to improve and become the best in their sports based on these four components. There are also additional components like nutrition, fitness and mental focus, but we will not cover those here. We founded our custom club fitting and club building business on these principles, but, our argument is that if you want to play Better Golf…Faster, the quickest way to improve is with the right equipment, or tools for the job. Properly Fit Equipment: We believe that properly fit golf clubs will make it easier for the golfer to swing the clubs and make consistent contact.  The biggest challenge is that golf comes in sets of 14 clubs.  What?  You don’t have 14 tennis racquets or 14 baseball bats?  The challenge is to not only get all 14 clubs to be consistent to each other, but to match each golfer’s unique swing profile.  Once you do that, our golfers can go out immediately... Read More