Jeff Summitt on July 31st, 2008

Be Creative & Color Coordinate your Clubheads & Grips When it comes to golf grip selection you can’t go wrong with black. After all, black goes with anything. But sometimes you or your customer may say to yourself “I want the go against the norm and express myself with the clubs that I play.”  There […]

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Crown Is Only 5 Pages Of Paper Thick Which Allows Dramatic Weight Re-positioning For High Launch Angles & Incredible Accuracy. City of Industry, CA – July 28, 2008 – Hireko Golf introduces it’s newest addition to the Power Play line, the new stainless steel Caiman Fairway Woods. “Fairways woods are often the overlooked sibling of […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 28th, 2008

Why Clubs with the Same Loft Don’t Go the Same Distance There is a TV commercial that says “twenty-one is twenty-one” to help educate teens and young adults about the legal drinking age in America.  But when it comes to golf club selection twenty-one might not be twenty-one.  What I mean by this statement is […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 21st, 2008

New Steel Shaft Is The Best of Both Worlds – Graphite Weight With Consistency Of Steel CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA – July 21, 2008 – Hireko Golf introduces the latest in sub ultra-lightweight steel shafts, the new Apollo Acculite 85 Steel Shaft. “The Apollo Acculite 85 has a very responsive tip yet provides an incredible […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 21st, 2008

Jeff Summitt’s Thoughts On The ’08 Open With Tiger missing his first major since turning professional, you would have thought there would not have been much excitement in the 2008 Open. Nothing could be further from the truth.  Instead of doing much need chores around the house, I am sure many of you were glued […]

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Rob Altomonte on July 14th, 2008

Technical Director and Shaft Guru Jeff Summitt’s Expert Advice Showcased In Golf Digest Article In the July 2008 issue of Golf Digest, an article titled “Latest Gear: Thinking Inside The Box” utilized Jeff’s bountiful golf club knowledge to elaborate on the USGA term “plain in shape” in regards to equipment design. “There’s only so much […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 11th, 2008

July 2008 Golf Magazine Compares OEM Putters And Reveals The Shocking Truth As a follow up on a recent article on putter MOI (Moment of Inertia-see below), the July 2008 Golf Magazine highlighted an article explaining putter MOI with the assistance of Hot Stix Golf. Golf Magazine measured a few of the highest MOI putters […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 7th, 2008

Yes! Jeff Summitt Examines MOI Putter Engineering Let’s face it, most golfers do their homework and seek out the most forgiving driver that can get their hands on. Yet this single club is used at most 14 times during the course of the round.  Surprisingly golfers do not follow the same logic and seek out […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 7th, 2008

Yes! Jeff Summitt Examines MOI Putter Design Let’s face it, most golfers do their homework and seek out the most forgiving driver that can get their hands on. Yet this single club is used at most 14 times during the course of the round.  Surprisingly golfers do not follow the same logic and seek out […]

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