Cloned Golf Clubs vs Branded Ones

Golf clubs are one of the basic tools used in playing golf. The club greatly affects the physics of a golfer’s swing to minimize the error, thus executing a long, accurate and forgiving shot. A golfer needs a more forgiving design of a club if the swing needs more work. On the contrary, if you swing better, then there’s no need to use forgiving club.
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How to Find the Right Golf Club for Your Next Game

Many beginners in the popular sport, golf, and even those that have been doing this leisure pursuit for quite a long time already have always thought that golf clubs matter very less when it comes to winning every game. The golfers try to solve their issues with lessons, buying items like range finders or just yelling at the ball to get-in-the-hole! Perhaps this is the reason why other golf players fail to win Read More …

Understanding Clone Golf Putters

Several companies that manufacture clone putters and components offer their products in the closest quality and execution to their name brand counterparts. For those who are never going to budge against clones, you ought to reflect on this fact—a lot of name brand equipment is designed according to the designs of their rivals. Some of these even utilize the same equipment and molds.
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Manufacturing Clone Golf Clubs

The word “clone” is oftentimes misinterpreted as a negative quality when used to describe a certain product. To most people, clones are cheap knock-offs and if you want something that can certainly perform well, you wouldn’t settle for cheap knock-offs, right? Well, in this case, it’s not exactly what you think. Cloned equipment is different from one that is counterfeited. As a matter of fact, cloning is actually legal. Our processes and products stay within patent and tradema Read More …

What You Need To Know About Driver Shafts

Many people are very particular about certain driver golf club components. Of course, they want to make sure that they’re using the best. They are very keen on the make and the model of the equipment and oftentimes overlook perhaps the most important component of all, which is the driver shaft, the stuff between the driver head and the grip. The driver shaft is technically 85% of the whole club. In fact, it is actually what transfers the energy from the golfer to the club head, which is Read More …

Puring Shafts and Spine Aligning

Golf club shafts are as unique as snowflakes and fingerprints. It’s safe to say that no two are exactly the same. All golf club shafts contain differences in roundness, straightness and even stiffness. This is due to its manufacturing process. These imperfections can greatly affect its performance, which also depends on its alignment in the club head. The most stable part of the shaft is often called the spline. Once the spline of the golf shaft is located, it is placed into the club he Read More …

Back to Basics – Driver Head Technology

The driver or the 1-wood is a type of wood club. It is the longest and usually the lightest golf club in a golfer’s kit. These are the clubs that you use to powerfully launch your golf ball in great distances. Back in the day, the driver club was only a tad bit larger than its other wood club brothers. It was made to be used from the fairway or from the tee. This was later on tweaked as hollow metal clubhead construction rose to popularity. Golf club manufacturers improved the driver&#8 Read More …