Read the new review of the Dynacraft Avatar XMOI Drivers the following review was written by Senior Writer Kiel Christianson from Many golfers probably have not heard of Hireko Golf but they have probably heard of many of the brands this well respected component company has acquired over the past nearly 30 years. […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 27th, 2009

How will putter grip sizing help your game? When clubmakers and club fitters discuss grip sizing, many understand exactly what each size should be.  For instance we have ladies, men’s standard, mid-size and jumbo nomenclatures.  What these dimension mean is that when we measure down 2” below the grip cap, the grips have specific dimensions.  […]

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So a ferrule is a ferrule, correct? Hireko’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt thoroughly discusses not only the different types of ferrules and their applications, but also how to properly install them. For many clubmakers, installing ferrules can be a huge challenge. Jeff will walk you through the process so it will become second hand. Free […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 20th, 2009

Classic Golf and Classic Paintings What a great weekend to revere our elders who happen to create masterpieces we can relish for years to come.  Case in point was the 2009  Open Championship. While Tom Watson might have lost the playoff, it will never be forgotten for what he may have accomplished at the tender […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 13th, 2009

Technical Director Jeff Summitt Weighs In On The New Groove Rule I have been asked by several of you readers to share my thoughts about the upcoming USGA groove ruling.  If you are not familiar with the changes, it involves an amendment to the current rules regarding groove width, groove depth, spacing between adjacent grooves […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 13th, 2009

Non-profit guild represents clubmakers Hireko is proud to announce that we are the latest sponsor of the International Clubmakers Guild (ICG).  This non-profit organization was founded to serve a wide array of individuals from golf clubmakers, club fitters and club repairmen to PGA professionals, swing instructors, component suppliers, equipment designers, engineers and even golf scientists. […]

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View Free Webinar Video Below and Learn More About Shaft Abrading Are you deciding what methods are safe and efficient ways to prepare the shaft tip for a good epoxy bond? Hireko’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt will discuss in-depth the principals of shaft abrasion techniques, including both manual methods and motorized equipment for properly preparing […]

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Interchange Putters Remain A Best Selling Radical Designed Putter Line Without much hullabaloo back in 2006, Dynacraft International, a division of Hireko Golf, introduced a line of putters called the Dynacraft Interchange.  This innovative putter system consisted of several pieces included a milled aluminum face with a socket for the shaft, plus several different back […]

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Jeff Summitt on July 6th, 2009

Economic Downturn Yields Lowest Green Fees In Years Unless you have had your head buried in the sand for the past year, you probably are aware of the health of the economy (or lack there of).  But don’t despair as there is always a silver lining.  With everybody vying for your hard earned money, prices […]

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