Jeff Summitt on October 26th, 2007

The Acer CB series puttes are precision instruments using the most advanced technology, computer aided design and fresh and innovative ideas to help lower your score. The new CB Putters are arriving November 8 so pre-book now! Acer CB4 Acer CB5 Acer CB6

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Jeff Summitt on October 25th, 2007

For someone new to the game, they may not know that custom golf clubs come in all different golf lengths within the same set. When asked why to a fellow golfer, many may just shrug their shoulder or scratch their head and simply say, “Because that’s the way they are and have been so for […]

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Jeff Summitt on October 24th, 2007

You are at the range and drop a ball on the ground (or place it on a tee). You grab a custom golf club randomly out of your golf bag and then try to hit the ball with club. It could be any club. Plus it simply doesn’t matter if the golf club is 32” […]

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Jeff Summitt on October 23rd, 2007

Our hearts and thoughts go out to the fellow Southern California golf club manufacturers and distributors’ family and friends. Many of you might not know, but So. Cal. is by far the largest concentration of golf club companies in the world. The largest of manufacturers such as Callaway, TaylorMade and Titleist all have their

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Jeff Summitt on October 18th, 2007

What is Golf Club Bounce? Technical Director Jeff Summitt Explains Bounce angle is a term generally associated with wedges, but any golf club can have a bounce angle. Besides the golf shaft, bounce angle may be the next most misunderstood concept of a golf club design. Part of this lies in the definition. I have […]

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CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA, October 16, 2007 – Hireko Golf announced today the launch of it’s newest technological creation, the Power Play System Q2 Driver. The System Q2 is a uniquely balanced, square shaped, 460cc all-titanium driver with dual adjustable weight ports for many custom clubmaking options. “Hireko has designed a driver that combines the […]

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Jeff Summitt on October 16th, 2007

Have you ever wondered why you slice or hook the ball? Understanding why the ball goes a certain direction can allow you a better understanding of not only the swing, but also the equipment that you should use. This article is not designed to teach you the proper swing, rather illustrate why the ball goes […]

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Jeff Summitt on October 9th, 2007

Golf club maintenance is an often overlooked yet important part of the game. Take this quiz and learn that you may not know everything about cleaning and preserving your sticks! For example: “Putting baby oil or Vaseline on the face of a carbon steel wedge or putter will prevent it from rusting.” Answer?

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Jeff Summitt on October 9th, 2007

In recent years, equipment trends have followed a two year cycle before the next one started. Beginning in 2001, we saw the emergence of gigantic titanium driver heads as it was the inaugural year for a 400cc driver and continued developing toward the current 460cc volume (and beyond) by year’s end. While the buzzword in […]

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Jeff Summitt on October 9th, 2007

  Test Your Golf Club Maintenance Skills! 1. Irons and wedges with clean grooves will produce more spin than if they are caked full of mud, dirt or grass. True False   2. To clean your clubheads from build up of dirt in the grooves allow them to soak in a bucket or tub of […]

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