5 Ways Custom Golf Clubs Will Enhance Your Golf Game

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We’ve made it easier than ever to find and purchase exactly what you need, so that you can get the best clubs for your playing style and your budget. Our club customization feature lets you choose from a multitude of options that will no doubt enhance your golf game. Our options will let you choose the clubs you need, select the proper shaft for your swing giving you full control of customizing your golf club. Take a look at the top five services we offer, in regards to custom clubs.

5. Golf Club/Set Make-Up

Having the correct clubs and club types in your bag is a key to efficiency. Do you use hybrids? Or maybe you’re a traditional golfer who likes their irons. We offer whatever you’re looking for; you make your own set. 7-club sets or 5-club sets, no need to worry!

4. Length

Did you realize that for every ½” you miss the sweet spot you lose 5% of your potential distance? On a 160 yard shot, that is a distance loss of 8 yards! Having the proper length shaft will have you striking the golf ball in the sweet spot on a more consistent basis.

3. Lie Angle

A degree here or there can make a difference in golf. If your lie angle is off by just two degrees, you will miss the sweet spot by ½”. This causes distance loss and unwanted ball sidespin. At 160 yards, having a lie angle off by two degrees causes the ball to miss its target by 8 yards. If you combine this with the potential loss of distance from the resulting mishit, you will have a putt of 33 feet away from the pin (assuming you hit the green). Having the correct lie angle will reduce turf interaction leading to solid impact, fewer miss-hits and consistent shots.

2. Shaft

The shaft is one of the most critical aspects of the golf club. Using the correct flex will allow you to impart the highest speed to the golf ball at the center of the face. This can cause maximum distance, pin point accuracy, and optimal trajectory.  Plus it feels good!

1. Grip

The grip is a great way to inject color into your golf clubs. They’re made in every color under the sun. It’s also an overlooked component of the golf club. A properly sized grip will help you regulate pressure in your hands to allow for aligning the club at impact. A grip that is too small or too big will increase tension in your hands and upper body muscles causing problems with release, load, and/or rotation of the club head.

Our club customization feature saves you from the hassle and expense of hunting and pecking for your perfect golf club. When you’re purchasing your next club, think about the services we offer and how you can take advantage of them and it will no doubt, improve your game.

Alan Unruh, PGA

Alan Unruh is a Class “A” member of the PGA of America, and holds PGA Certifications in General Management, Golf Operations and Player Development. With these certifications, he is among the 1% of PGA members that hold multiple PGA Certifications. He has a profound passion for the game of golf along with extensive experience and knowledge regarding planning and strategy for golf operations, rules of golf, tournament operations and golf swing fundamentals. Alan has also played a crucial role helping manage multiple high profile tournaments throughout his career including the USGA Women’s U.S. Open, PGA and LPGA Tour events, and multiple NCAA and AJGA events.

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