Negative ions are invisible molecules inside the golf grip’s TPR anion material designed to reduce golf grip shock and restore bodily energy. Longer lasting than golf rubber grips, the NEION comes in long lasting vibrant colors with a soft and ultra-tacky surface.
The Arm-Lock Golf Big Red offering features the same dimensions and weight as the Blue Convertor grip but with a concentric or centered shaft channel. Big Red is ideal for those who benefit from counterbalanced putters but without the forward press.
The USGA conforming Arm Lock Golf Converter Putter Grip is a grip that will turn any putter into an arm-lock putter. In arm-lock putting it is currently necessary to increase the loft of the putter in order to compensate for the “forward press” or “forward lean” created in arm-lock putting.
At Hireko, we offer a wide selection of golf cart and stand bags at difference price points to suit any budget. We have a lot of the top names like Bag Boy, Datrek and Ogio. But we also have one you may never have heard of before – Sahara. If you are wondering who in the hell makes Sahara golf bags it happens to be one of our house brands. So that’s why it is not a household name – at least yet.
In all truthfulness we do not actually “make” the bag. Let’s face it, just about all bags are made at one of the many bag factories in China and imported. Companies that sell bags will do one of two things. The first is to create their own design that is proprietary to them. Examples of those would be Ogio’s models with their Ogio Silencer Club Protection System or Clicgear’s B3 bags to fit precisely onto their wildly popular 3 and 4 wheel golf push carts.
The other and more common option is a company will pick one of the many styles that a bag company has already developed and then the buyer will select the materials, colors and maybe extra features to add to the bag. So if you have looked a lot of bags and some appear to look eerily similar to one another, those are the honest-to-goodness reasons why.
Plus Sahara golf bags have the usual rain hood, umbrella holder, Velcro glove attachment, towel ring, etc.
What Sahara golf bags don’t have is the $160 and up price tag. Let me ask you, when was the last time one of your golfing buddies asked you what kind of bag you have? Most likely they have never. So why spend an extra $40 or more just to have some major OEM name emblazoned on the side so you are a virtual walking billboard? If anything those companies should be paying you to lug your clubs across the course.
If you compare the pricing, features and materials of the 2015 Sahara Gobi and Baja Lite cart and stand bags against a lot of other bags on the market, we think you will find them to be a great value. Call our bags low cost; just don’t call them cheap. After all they might be coming out of the same factory in China as those more expensive branded bags.
Indige golf putter grips will not only help improve your game, you will be a “stand-out” on the golf course setting a trend and standard for others to follow. For the once a year golfer, the touring professional, or simply as a gift to clients, friends or family once you try the Indige golf putter grip your hardest decision will be – what design do I want next! Available in 6 unique aboriginal inspired golf designs.
This past week we began to sell a new book on golf club fitting aptly named the Modern Guide to Golf Clubfitting that will offer a different and hopefully a fresh perspective than other clubfitting books that have been written in the past. While the book was targeted for those that professionally fit golf clubs for a living, it was written for any golfer interested in learning more about their existing or new equipment.
The obvious question is who should be fit? There is a preconceived notion that only good players should be fit. As mentioned in this book “that would be like saying that only high handicappers need lessons. In fact, all golfers need lessons and to be fit. With proper instruction and custom clubfitting, both can help a player enjoy this great game and have a positive experience.”
In the book we address what fitting is and how it won’t have the same meaning to all. We even discuss the six levels of fitting that you may encounter and where one may be more applicable than another. For someone that has been in the golf industry for now over three decades, I have experienced fitting first hand. I’ve fit individuals, taught golf clubfitting classes and continue to help our customers on a daily basis help fit their customers or themselves. What I have learned over the years is not to try to apply a cookie-cutter approach to fitting because that will be a doomed business model.
The book is written in the most orderly fashion as possible with understanding the basics first and then applying those ideas together. Plus they say a picture is worth a thousand words and the reason why there are ton of diagrams to help you understand a certain concept.
The all new 2015 Modern Guide to Clubfitting written by Hireko’s Technical Director Jeff Summitt who has spent more than 20 years helping fit and educating fellow golfers in selecting the proper equipment for their golf game. This is a modern approach that details the different concepts of fitting and applicable to professional club fitters down to those that simply want to learn more about the equipment they play. Covers everything you want to know and more about custom fitting, including: getting started, the personal interview, cause and effect relationships, a comprehensive discussion on clubhead anatomy, grip sizing and materials, role of the shaft, vital importance of length and weight as well as complete step-by-step fitting breakdown for each clubhead category set in a logical sequence.