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Callaway APEX TCB Irons

August 2nd, 2021

These LIMITED EDITION Callaway APEX TCB Irons are only available through certified Callaway clubfitters. We have access to these irons on a first-come, first served basis! Sign up for your Iron Fitting Here! APEX TCB The new Apex TCB Irons are specifically designed for Tour pros and elite golfers. They’re precision-engineered for forged performance, shot-making and control in a Tour-inspired forged 1025 players cavity back, with a classic compact look and spec package. This is a truly specialized Apex that’s suited for the best players in the game. Extremely Soft Feel Forged 1025 mild carbon steel body delivers the iconic Apex sound and turf interaction through the ball that the world’s best players prefer. Optimum Ball Flight and Control With customized internal and external MIM’d tungsten weighting, we can locate the CG in each iron with extraordinary precision. This internal tungsten promotes optimal shot-making, ball flight, and control for scoring performance through the set. And the external tungsten allows us to precisely dial in swingweight while keeping the CG centered. Precision Distance Control Apex TCB is engineered with Tour Tuned face plates to promote extremely precise distance control, and consistent performance across the face. Tour Shaping and Design A classic... Read More

Xander Schauffele Wins GOLD!

August 2nd, 2021

Golf’s biggest trophies tend to be silver and green. Xander Schauffele knows this as well as anyone because he has been close enough to dream of winning them. No one doubted his impressive skill set or questioned why he has been in or around the top 10 in the world for nearly three years. All that was missing was that signature win. An Olympic gold medal around his neck might be all it takes.   Xander Schauffele What’s In The Bag Driver: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (9 degrees at 8) with Graphite Design Tour AD BB 7 X (Custom Black) shaft Three-wood: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond (15 degrees at 14.5) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 7 X shaft 7-wood: Callaway Mavrik Sub Zero (20 degrees at 18.8) with Graphite Design Tour AD DI 9 X shaft Irons: Callaway Apex TCB (4-PW) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts Learn More About These LIMITED EDITION Irons Here! Wedges: Callaway Jaws MD5 (52-10S), Titleist Vokey Design SM6 (56-10 at 57), Titleist Vokey Design SM8 WedgeWorks (60-T at 61) all with True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100 shafts Putter: Odyssey O-Works #7 CH Red  

TPT Red Range Has Several Tour Wins!

July 26th, 2021

The winner of the PGA Tour’s Valspar Championship trusted a TPT Prototype Driver Shaft to win his first PGA Tour event. Paul Barjon also secured his first win on the Korn Ferry Tour at the Huntsville Championship, where he had three TPT shafts in his bag: a Red Range 14 Hi Driver Shaft, a Red Range 14 Lo Fairway Wood Shaft, and a Red Range Prototype Hybrid shaft. In Korea, Hyun Kyung Park captured the KLPGA Championship, a major on the KLPGA Tour, for the second-straight year using a TPT Red Range 18 Hi Driver shaft. TPT’s Red Range Driver shafts are the only golf shafts with Continuous Fiber, an automated manufacturing process that continuously wraps carbon fiber around the shaft to remove the inconsistencies present in conventional shafts. The Swiss-engineered process offers golfers the highest possible level of precision in a golf shaft, allowing them to fully maximize their performance, feel, and consistency. WE HAVE THE TPT RED RANGE IN OUR DEMO FITTING SYSTEM – SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY TO TEST THEM OUT!

Wedge Fitting for Bounce and Grind

July 18th, 2021

Wedge fitting for bounce and grind goes beyond the more common fitting for loft and lie.  Wedges, especially any wedge over 52 degrees of loft, are used for shots that require touch and execution.  There are a couple of new design options from Callaway and Cleveland that can add to your creativity and shot making around the green and from heavy rough.  Specifically, the Callaway MD5 and Cleveland RTX Tour Rack Full Face are ones to try.  See our Wedge Fitting guide here for more on lofts and lies. What shaft should you play in your wedges?  See our recommendations here… Bounce The type of ground you are playing from (rough, hard pan, sand, fairway, deep rough) and the type of swing plane you have (shallow/sweeper, neutral, steep/digger) will determine what bounce you should ideally have on your wedges.  In general, the tighter the lie, the lower the bounce you want on your wedge to avoid “bouncing” off the ground or sand, especially with a shallow to neutral swing plane.  The deeper the rough or softer the sand, the more bounce you need to avoid having the club “stick” and not slide through the shot.  For example, my home course... Read More

Cam Davis – What’s in the bag?

July 5th, 2021

After an incredible eagle-birdie finish to get into a playoff, Cam Davis needed five extra holes to card the win. While his bag is filled with Titleist clubs, it is no surprise that his clubs have a unique blend of shafts from Four different manufacturers.  See our comments below: Driver: Titleist TSi3 (9 degrees, A1 SureFit setting) Shaft: UST Mamiya LIN-Q White 7 – Low launch and spin shaft – 78 gram raw weight. 3-wood: Titleist TS3 (15 degrees) Shaft: Fujikura Atmos Blue Tour Spec 7 TX – Mid launch and spin – 76 gram raw weight.  Usually players will pick a slightly heavier 80+ gram shaft unless they use it off the tee more frequently. Irons: Titleist T200 (3), Titleist 620 MB (4-PW) Shafts: KBS Tour Graphite Hybrid Prototype 105 X (3), KBS Tour-V 120 X  Good weight distribution from hybrid to iron shafts.  Tour V shafts are mid-low trajectory. Wedges: Titleist Vokey Design SM8 (52-12F, 56-14F, 60T) Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold Tour Issue S400  A very popular shaft on tour.  Plays heavier and softer flex than the X100 so the shaft is great for sand and lob wedges. Putter: Scotty Cameron Timeless 2 Prototype Ball: Titleist Pro V1x Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet  ... Read More

The Best 2021 Driver and Shaft Combinations

June 21st, 2021

The Best 2021 Driver and shaft combinations is based upon our fitting results so far in 2021.  The Best of the Best are Highlighted in Red! There were a few surprises on the 2021 Golf Digest Equipment Hot List and which drivers won the Gold Medals.  Various forums, and ourselves as well publish a list of the best drivers.  Some are very independent and some are not.  Doesn’t matter.  What our customers are looking for is what are the best driver and shaft combinations that we have fit so far in 2021, even though it is early in the season.  We believe that the shaft is the part of the club that has the most impact on distance, consistency and accuracy, so that is why we are including our shaft recommendations in this list.    We have four distinct categories based upon swing speed and distance.  Swing Speed 106+, Distance > 250 yards Swing Speed 95-105, Distance 211 – 250 yards Swing Speed 80 – 94, Distance 175 – 210 yards Swing Speed Under 80, Distance < 175 yards We think there are more shafts and heads in the mix for slower swing speeds.  We have also thrown in our Honorable... Read More

Should YOU Play a Longer Driver?

May 23rd, 2021

Well, the search for distance is continuing with a lot of PGA Tour players following the lead of Bryson DeChambeau and Phil Mickelson.  Phil used a longer driver to win the 2021 PGA Championship.  See the details of his driver here.. The maximum USGA driver length is 48 inches, the same as the limit on the Long Drivers of America tour.  Each added inch can add 1-2 mph to your swing speed.  So, potentially, you could add 6 mph which can translate to 15 – 20 yards going from a 45 inch driver to a 48 inch driver.     Schedule YOUR Driver Fitting Here! Having fit numerous golfers for Long Drive competition, here are some thoughts on how to add distance while adding length to your driver. You MUST Continue to Hit the Sweet Spot! It’s all about getting the best smash factor (ball speed divided by clubhead speed), not just ball speed.  If your ball speed only goes up 2 mph, you are NOT hitting the sweet spot.  Use face tape or Strike Spray to see where you are making contact.  If you are hitting towards the heel due to the longer length, it increases spin and reduces effective... Read More

Best Iron Shafts in 2021 Review

May 17th, 2021

  Selecting the best iron shaft or iron–shaft combination for your game starts with knowing your game. The newest irons and shafts in 2021 are producing greater distance, forgiveness and accuracy for our customers because we properly tune the iron and shaft combination to your handicap and swing dynamics. We’ve put the newest iron shafts from Project X, True Temper, KBS, OBAN, Mitsubishi, Nippon and others through rigorous testing. Choose your handicap range or swing speed to see how each iron shaft stacks up: (Our More Popular Shafts are Highlighted in Red) • Professionals/ low handicaps (6 iron distance is 200+ yards with swing speeds 90+ mph) • Low to Mid-handicaps (6 iron distance 175 – 200 yards with swing speeds between 80-90 mph) • Higher handicaps (6 iron distance 150 – 175 yards with swing speed less than 80 mph • Seniors, Juniors, Ladies (6 iron distance under 140 yards) If you want to find the best iron shafts for your swing, schedule your Fitting Here!!   Our Fitting Difference We fit a LOT of different golfers every year for iron shafts. Our master insights come from shaft performance testing and player testing during thousands of fittings. Our fitting... Read More

Get More Driver Distance with These Five Key Measurements

April 28th, 2021

Want more distance off the tee?  Get more driver distance with these five key measurements from a launch monitor.  Everyone wants more consistency off the tee but if you are looking for more accuracy, consistency AND distance, these are the stats you need to focus on. Sign up for YOUR Driver Fitting Here!     Smash Factor and Ball Speed Smash factor is determined by dividing club speed into ball speed.  The optimum ratio is 1.5.  This means at a 100 mph driver speed, your ball speed will be 150 mph.  This is an efficiency rating of how much ball speed you are getting for your swing speed.  Smash factor is determined by where you are hitting the ball on the face, how “hot” the face is and how well the shaft is delivering energy to ball at impact.  The better the smash factor, the higher the ball speed which means more distance!  As the TrackMan optimizer shows, this player could be getting twenty more yards by getting a better smash factor. See The Results of Missing the Sweet Spot Here… Launch Angle The proper launch angle not only gives you the optimal carry distance but more roll-out as well.  Too low... Read More

The Right Shafts Make a Difference for EVERY Club in Your Bag

April 21st, 2021

In our fittings, we know the the right shafts make a difference for every club in your bag.  The golf shaft is the transmission that transmits the energy from your swing through the shaft to the club head. Our fitting systems make the correct recommendations for club length, shaft weight, shaft flex, trajectory, spin and swing weight based upon YOUR swing characteristics.   The way we fit shafts is very similar to every tour from PGA, Champions, LPGA to Korn Ferry.  Take a look at what PGA Champion Stewart Cink and LPGA Champion Lydia Ko had in their bags on Sunday!  See GolfWrx WITB. Book Your Fitting TODAY! Shaft Weight The lightest, longest, stiffest shaft in your bag is in your driver, while the heaviest yet softest shafts are in your wedges.  In general, for most golfers there is a 10 gram progression from driver shaft to fairways, hybrids, and irons.  So, if you play a 60 – 69 gram shaft in your driver you would play a 70 – 79 gram shaft in your fairway woods, an 80 – 89 gram shaft in your hybrid a 90 – 99 gram shaft in your irons and maybe a 100 – 110 gram... Read More