Mitchell golf has a series of packages priced and packed especially for collegiate golf programs looking to equip, expand, or upgrade their tools for woods, hybrids, irons, and putters. Colleges benefit by receiving the best value for the best equipment available. Because just like clubs, not all angle bending machines are created equal. And just … Continue reading Mitchell Golf performance golf packages give colleges and universities their best shot at excellence.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. The old Scottish golf professionals knew a thing or two about golf, including making the golf clubs which help start the evolution of club making and repair. Popularity for the game grew, and soon the U.S. came on board as The United States Golf Association (USGA) was established … Continue reading For Mitchell Golf and Ben Hogan Golf, accuracy is the name of the custom club game.
Andrew Dobbins, President of Mitchell Golf As President of Mitchell Golf and spending nearly a decade as a PGA professional, the opportunity to combine his love of golf and manufacturing has been a dream come true for Andrew Dobbins. What does Andrew carry in his bag besides a fine sense of style? Let’s find out! … Continue reading What’s in the Bag: Mitchell Golf’s Andrew Dobbins
Having a Performance Studio for club fitting is becoming a profitable and preferred option in country clubs, golf courses, and golf retail shops, and Mitchell Golf offers a variety of packages to fit any size location. For the club professional, having the right equipment to custom fit clubs also provides the opportunity to schedule both … Continue reading Having a performance studio for club fitting gets all A’s with your customers.
In a recent article in NGF, a publication of the National Golf Foundation, it was noted that golf is among the biggest recreation sports in the U.S. More money is spent annually on clubs and balls than on equipment for basketball, baseball, and football combined, according to the Sports & Fitness Industry Association’s 2017 Manufacturers’ … Continue reading Golf club purchases are on the rise, and so is the demand for better club bending machines.
This is what happens when you put two professionals that work in club building together to talk all things loft and lie machines and the overuse of the word “standard.” Ryan from GolfWRX has a great conversation with Patrick Gallagher regarding the process, the prototypes, the performance schools and the pride that goes into everything … Continue reading GolfWRX On Spec Podcast: Interview with Patrick Gallagher
People always ask if it is necessary to mount your Mitchell Golf Machine to the floor. The short answer is yes. And there is a good reason for this. Mitchell Golf Machines are noted for their precision, and to properly bend a shaft to the desired loft and lie, it is important that the machine … Continue reading Proper mounting of your Mitchell Golf Angle Machine.
Spending money on a new set of clubs isn’t hard to do in golf, but determining club flex and the frequency of your club’s shaft is. Frequency is used to produce a “matched set of clubs” to give the set the same flex feel. This allows a golfer to swing each club in their bag … Continue reading Determining club flex. Are you tuned into your club’s frequency?
Just like the process of fitting clubs is a personal thing, so should be the ability to personalize a Mitchell Golf Angle Machine with a custom color. That’s why Mitchell Golf offers special color options for its industry-standard Signature™ and TourGauge™ Series Angle Machines! New custom color Steelclub® Signature Angle Machines have already made their way to the … Continue reading With Mitchell Golf’s custom color program, golfers can show their true colors.
There is no greater moment of truth for club fitting then when the golfer’s club impacts the ball — as any golfer’s look of exhilaration or grimace of frustration will attest. And while we’ve all seen our share of funky swings, it’s important to remember that the clubs can have as much if not more … Continue reading Getting into the swing of things with club performance fitting.