It’s Lefty and the GOAT Vs. The Scientist and The Bad Man. Or, The reigning PGA Champ and Super Bowl Champ vs. 2020 U.S. Open Champ and MVP Quarterback. Yes. The Match between Mickelson/Brady and DeChambeau/Rogers will soon be upon us. Played at a Jack Nicklaus course that Jack himself considers to be the most … Continue reading The Match, the Makeup, and the Memorable Picks from the Mitchell Golf Staff.
What started as a small golf shop for Chris Cote grew into a booming family business with four locations. Chris Cote opened Chris Cote’s Golf Shop in 2008 in Portland, Connecticut. Now, he and his family own two Toptracer driving ranges (Portland and Southington, CT) and an indoor golf center. His son, Bryce Cote, … Continue reading Talking with recent Performance School grad, Bryce Cote
Mitchell Golf is excited to announce our partnership with KND Systems! KND Systems, a financial accounting, and management firm has helped bring our business further into the 21st century. By partnering with KND, our rapid lead times will only be getting better! This also means we will be able to provide more competitive quotes with … Continue reading Making a Better Mitchell Golf
Randy is a corporate finance executive and CPA equipped with a diverse background of financial expertise, strategic insights, and systems implementation to help companies achieve collaborative and cost-effective results. He received his MBA in Accounting from Saint Leo University and was instrumental in designing and reengineering business processes for more than 20 organizations. A true … Continue reading Getting to Know…Randy Kardas
Paiton is our summer intern. At Mitchell Golf, Paiton is immersing herself in order fulfillment to help things run smoothly and help get orders out on a timely basis. She is really excited to learn the MG system and be able to stay and work in Albion. In the Fall, Paiton joins her sister at … Continue reading Getting to Know… Paiton Hollowood
The challenges to increasing strength and stability. Phil Mickelson became the 10th player to win majors in three decades. He also became the oldest major winner at 50 years old. And while 50 may be the new 40 in golf — with modern technology and a much heavier emphasis on fitness — it is still … Continue reading Stability in Golf.