Mitchell Golf Performance Studio is excited to offer an updated series of golf club performance schools for 2019. This course is a comprehensive 4-day class offering valuable training in Club Building, Club Repair and Club Alteration utilizing the Foresight GCQUAD monitor and simulator. Each class will have a 6:1 student-instructor ratio and every student will … Continue reading Mitchell Golf Schools kicks off 2019 with Repair, Build and Alter Clubs class.
You’ve probably have seen enough charts and graphs to understand the importance of golf club performance and its relationship to ball flight, but one area of the equation that we really haven’t covered yet relates to the benefits of using a launch monitor. Launch monitors are electronic devices that measure many aspects of a golf … Continue reading The benefits of using a launch monitor: It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing!
Immerse yourself in a golf experience that is weatherproof but far from wonder-proof! The new Mitchell Golf Performance Studio is coming soon to the delight of mid-Michigan golfers. It a great way to experience a virtual world of amazing golf at some of the most famous and breathtaking courses around. It’s also a fun and … Continue reading Always great courses, great weather, and a great way to spend an afternoon: The Mitchell Golf Performance Studio opening soon!
The lie angle of your clubs needs to fit your game. It needs to take into account your body type, and any other factors that contribute to the way you swing. A proper fitting shouldn’t just be done when you buy a new set of clubs. Numerous other factors can change which will require the … Continue reading The truth and lies about proper club angles.
The end of November may mark the end of the Thanksgiving holiday, but it is far from the end of Mitchell Golf as we celebrate our 30th Anniversary. As we reflect on all the great relationships that we have built over the years and all the new ones we’ve established, we are thankful to all of … Continue reading One chapter ends as another begins with the celebration of another anniversary milestone…
I think the average golfer is beginning to realize the importance of getting fit for their clubs, especially when it comes to their drivers. They want to see how far they can grip it and rip it, and today’s monitors are excellent at dialing in optimal launch and spin numbers to optimize ball flight. Where … Continue reading No one just uses their driver to golf. But when it comes to club fitting, it sure seems that way.
It is interesting to note that while there are only three components that make 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.A lot of factors can break down a club’s grips, such as dirt, heat and … Continue reading Re-gripping Tips for a Better Swing Featuring a Mitchell Golf Re-gripping Station.
Nothing bothers a skilled professional more than working in dirty or cramped conditions, which is why the Mitchell Golf Club Repair Vac is the perfect solution for today’s golf club builders and repair technicians. The Mitchell golf Club Repair Vac is a low noise, high volume and high-pressure air movement system. It cranks out 1200cf … Continue reading Golf Club Repair Vac: Maximize workspace in a cleaner and healthier environment
As golfers replace their long irons with utility clubs, shaft length and other considerations always come into play, but the most overlooked specification when purchasing a hybrid is its lie and the effect that it will have on club performance. When choosing a hybrid, you find that some have rounded soles while other hybrids have … Continue reading Dynamic Lie Fitting for Hybrids
You have been asking about a new club repair education program, and we have been listening! Patrick Gallagher, Director of Golf Operations at Mitchell Golf, says it best: “The phone has been ringing off the hook with requests to attend an education program and we’re very excited about the amount of interest. This shows that … Continue reading A new club repair education program coming in early 2019