Spring has sprung. The grass is riz. I wonder where my golf ball is! That’s right Spring is upon us, which means all our focus (besides a little work) turns to golf. And that means that it’s also time to stock up on the supplies you’ll need as you head into a new season. First … Continue reading Think Spring. Think Golf Swing!
The term Made in the USA can mean many things, most importantly, that a product is manufactured entirely in the United States. While it might not be a deciding factor for everyone when making purchases, it is still an important one. Purchasing items made in the USA drives our economy and keep currency circulated in … Continue reading Mitchell Golf: Made in the USA.
Mitchell Golf’s Patrick Gallagher recently talked club fitting (who needs it and how often) with Scott Hassee of Champion’s Playbook. The following are some highlights of the podcast. Patrick covers everything from why it’s important to check your initial club’s specs to why checking your specs after an initial fitting is necessary to improve your … Continue reading Club fitting recap: Patrick’s conversations with Scott Hassee of Champion’s Playbook.
Just like the process of fitting clubs is a personal thing, now so is the ability to personalize a Mitchell Golf Angle Machine with a custom color or theme. From PGA pros to major shows, you’ll find customized Mitchell Golf Machines showing their true colors. This new custom color program is also offered to retail corporate … Continue reading With Mitchell Golf’s Custom Color Program, every club fitting is an event!
The 2020 PGA Merchandise show was a great week. I always enjoy seeing new products (too bad I can’t use those non-conforming golf balls 😊), meeting new colleagues and catching up with old ones. It is always nice to hear how happy people are with Mitchell Golf equipment! One area that caught my eye was … Continue reading Club building, club fitting, and other conversations at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show.
For the upcoming 2020 PGA merchandise show, they’ll be a lot of sessions dealing with different variables regarding your swing. These include how to overcome mental obstacles, proper nutrition, breaking through barriers, gaining confidence, and many more. And while these are important topics to consider, there’s one swing topic that should be top of mind: … Continue reading Before Jedi Mind Tricks, Make Sure You Have the Winning Angle!
With the growing awareness of the importance of club repair and alterations and the glowing response we are receiving from our recent Performance School graduates, Mitchell Golf is excited to once again offer our Repair, Build, and Alter class in 2020. This class was developed to help professional and DYI technicians learn the necessary skills … Continue reading Swing in the New Year! Our Repair, Build, and Alter Class is Back for 2020.
Steady increases in facility budgets are bolstering the golf industry. With this increase in budgets, pro shops are also getting more opportunities to generate new profit centers and update current ones, such as the club repairing and club fitting part of the business. It’s a great time to put that year-end budget remainder to use! … Continue reading Year-end budgets to use, golf packages to choose, and Patrick in Orlando news!
It is interesting to note that with only three components making up a golf club —head, shaft, and grip —the grips are the one aspect that is often overlooked. Yet they can have a profound impact on performance. Golf club grips are the interface between your hands and your clubs, which is why they wear … Continue reading Regripping Your Golf Clubs
Mitchell Golf recently caught up with LPGA Club Repair Technician Paul Boehmer, all-around great tech, good guy, and hard worker. We wanted to find out what Paul typically does in a week and wondered what stories he had after 20 years in the club repair business. As the saying goes: “Early to bed, early to … Continue reading A day, a week, and a peek into the life of LPGA Club Repair Technician Paul Boehmer