Jeff Summitt on September 21st, 2007

Self-professed, I am not a great putter. At 6′ 2″, I am taller than the average golfer. In addition, I have bad knees plus spent my fair share of money at the chiropractor to fix a bad back/neck, so if there is anyone who needs a longer putter – I would be as good as […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 21st, 2007

For golfers who are new to the game, there are lots of confusing terms associated with golf clubs. In addition, some of the explanations are inaccurate as well. One of which I want to address is offset. Many times I see the explanation that offset shifts the center of gravity further back in the head […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 21st, 2007

The buzzword “Maraging Steel” has been bandied in the golf equipment world for many years. But what exactly does Maraging Steel mean and how does it pertain to golf clubs? Jeff Summitt separates the fact from the

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Have you noticed that people in general are preoccupied with numbers? Golfers are no exception, especially when speaking about golf club specifications. Case in point is Moment of Inertia (MOI) which has become THE buzzword in

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Jeff Summitt on September 21st, 2007

Articles devoted to the art of golf clubhead design and choosing the appropriate clubhead for your game.

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Jeff Summitt on September 12th, 2007

I was saddened by the news that former Master’s Champion Gay Brewer passed away from complication of lung cancer at the end of August. It is not often you custom build golf clubs for a PGA tour player, let alone a former Master’s champion so you tend to remember that vividly. More importantly, Gay was […]

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