Jeff Summitt on September 28th, 2007

1030 Carbon Steel: A softer form of steel typically used in iron forgings. It is more malleable than other stainless steels used in golf clubs making it easier to hand work during forging. 8620 is another common example of carbon steel. 15-5 Stainless: A stronger lighter alloy of stainless as compared to 17-4 stainless. 15-5 […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 27th, 2007

Angle of approach (or also attack) is a term used to describe the swing plane of a golfer and is dependant upon the position of the ball relative to the arc of the clubface. As mentioned in another article, an ascending angle of attack is an upward swing into the ball. The only time this […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 27th, 2007

The new 2008 Karma Grips have just arrived. The Karma Grip line is renowed for it’s premium feel and performance at great prices. Highlights include the new Karma Dual Touch Red, Blue, Yellow, Orange and Pink Putter grips and Karma Dual Touch Orange, Yellow, and Pink standard grips. Shop online now!

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Hireko Golf has added its entire inventory of shafts and grips for custom golf clubs to it’s website Hirekogolf.com. A golfer now has the ability to custom build a truly unique set of custom built golf clubs from an inventory of over 2,000 shaft and grip combinations. CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA, July 20, 2007- Hireko […]

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CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA, September 26, 2007 – Hireko Golf announced today the launch of its new Mantara Hybrids, an advanced stainless steel design that incorporates design elements from its best selling Acer Mantara XL and Acer XP Drivers. The square profile moves the center of gravity rearward and creates a higher MOI. The increased […]

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Rob Altomonte on September 26th, 2007

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Jeff Summitt on September 24th, 2007

Angle of attack (or also approach) is a term used to describe the swing plane of a golfer and is dependent upon the position of the ball relative to the arc of the clubface. A level swing or zero angle of attack might be the easiest to show and understand. A level swing is where […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 24th, 2007

A professional golfer is someone who has honed his or her swing for many years and through dedicated practice is able to have a consistent and trusted swing they can rely on time and time again. If you were to hand a professional golfer a new custom golf club to try, it will usually take […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 24th, 2007

The True Temper GS75 – touted as the world’s lightest steel shaft – was one that I had put an asterisk next to it when we first heard of the introduction from our True Temper representative. While shafts of slightly higher weight had been made in Japan since the earlier part of the 1990’s, those […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 24th, 2007

Many people will argue that the shaft is the engine of the club and it makes the difference on performance of a club. In other camps, the clubhead design is the single most important component. Neither is exactly wrong, but think about it a different way. Remember those old Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup commercials? The […]

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