When Mitchell Golf moved to Albion, Michigan, and became part of the manufacturing family under Caster Concepts, it was a match made in Heaven. Andrew Dobbins, President of Mitchell Golf, had spent close to a decade as a PGA Professional and he was familiar with the machines. He had a connection to the industry and … Continue reading Interview with Andrew Dobbins, President of Mitchell Golf
As we all get some breathing room, it’s time to turn our focus on golf and that age-old question of “How do I improve my golf swing?” The first thing to do is loosen up. Seriously. As in, before you get out on the links, make sure you stretch to help promote a fluid, full … Continue reading Who isn’t thinking about improving their golf swing?
Whether you are a DIY kind of person, a golf industry professional, or somewhere in between, it’s important to have the right golf bending equipment and other club fitting tools. Having the ability to accurately measure lie angles and then make adjustments is huge — especially since the lie angle plays a significant role in … Continue reading Club fitting packages from Mitchell Golf offer value and performance.
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.
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!
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.
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
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.
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.