Mitchell Golf Ready For 2012 PGA Expo – Booth #1023

Mitchell® Golf Equipment Company Booth 1023 Mitchell® Golf Equipment Company, booth 1023, will offer a show special when purchasing a STEELCLUB® Signature Angle Machine and a TourGauge® Digital Putter Machine. Not only will attendees receive special show pricing, but they’ll also receive a putter fitting club station free of charge with the show special angle … Continue reading Mitchell Golf Ready For 2012 PGA Expo – Booth #1023

Cleveland Golf/Srixon’s SCUBA Bending Machine Available Direct From Mitchell Golf

SCUBA Bending Machine The SCUBA machine, co-designed by Cleveland Golf/Srixon and Mitchell Golf, can now be purchased directly from Mitchell Golf for $4999.99. Unlike other angle machines on the market, SCUBA is portable and bends irons with a mechanical actuator. It is ideal for fitting on the lesson tee and can easily fit into a … Continue reading Cleveland Golf/Srixon’s SCUBA Bending Machine Available Direct From Mitchell Golf

Tilt Axis Spin vs. Sidespin

Ed Mitchell, PGA Founder/Chairman Mitchell Golf Equipment Company You have probably heard the words “Tilt Axis Spin”, especially if you have purchased a launch monitor recently. What is “Tilt Axis Spin”? Launch monitor manufacturers define it as the angle deviation off horizontal at which the ball leaves the clubface. It is now known that the … Continue reading Tilt Axis Spin vs. Sidespin

Mitchell® Golf Re-Launches Website & Publishes Future School Dates

Mitchell® Golf Website Re-Launch Mitchell® Golf Equipment Company, Dayton, Ohio has re-launched its website at http://ww.mitchellgolf.com. The new website has a fresh look and is more user friendly. Customers are able to find products with ease and the checkout process is quicker due to registration requirements. All of Mitchell Golf’s new products, such as grips … Continue reading Mitchell® Golf Re-Launches Website & Publishes Future School Dates

What The Golf Ball Asks

Commentary Ed Mitchell, PGA Mitchell Golf Equipment Company May 2012 You may be aware that the collision of the club head with a stationary golf ball happens in approximately a millisecond. The implied laws of physics from this collision are either achieved or overcome with the result determining the flight of the golf ball. We … Continue reading What The Golf Ball Asks