Jeff Summitt on April 15th, 2008

Jeff Summitt Discusses The  Ins and Outs of Choosing The Best Hybrid Shaft For Your Game There is no doubt about it: the modern hybrid golf club has made golf a little easier by replacing harder-to-hit clubs. Even the best players in the world often carry at least one hybrid in their bag. The hybrid […]

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Jeff Summitt on February 27th, 2008

For the past 16 years the annual Shaft Fitting Addendum has been the definitive guide on shafts for clubmakers worldwide. If you are a golf clubfitter or simply curious and want to know more about golf shafts or how different golf shafts compared to one another, then the 2008 Shaft Fitting Addendum is a must […]

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Jeff Summitt on September 28th, 2007

1030 Carbon Steel: A softer form of steel typically used in iron forgings. It is more malleable than other stainless steels used in golf clubs making it easier to hand work during forging. 8620 is another common example of carbon steel. 15-5 Stainless: A stronger lighter alloy of stainless as compared to 17-4 stainless. 15-5 […]

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