“It took me seventeen years to get three thousand hits in baseball. It took one afternoon on the golf course.” – Hank Aaron People always believe that buying a new set of clubs will fix all their woes, and sometimes it does. Golf club technology over the last 20 years has significantly advanced, and no doubt … Continue reading Get the winning angle, improve your golf game, and have some fun.
An Industry Professional’s Guide To Angle Adjustments Using a club bending machine to change the angle on a golf club is among the fastest ways to improve a player’s ball flight. Whether it’s changing the lie to improve accuracy or changing loft to make sure that the player’s clubs are progressively consistent, angle bending is … Continue reading Bending Golf Clubs: 5 Facts & Fallacies
In putter fitting, determining the proper loft and lie of the putter head are necessary specifications that using a putter bending machine can help you identify. The other crucial measurement is the length of the shaft. Considering that putting is about 43% of the average golfers’ score, having a properly adjusted putter can make all … Continue reading 3 Important Putter Fitting Specs for Your Putter Bending Machine.
Mitchell® Golf Equipment Company has been reinventing industry standards for club fitting and club bending for many years and is still the leading source for professional-grade golf club performance & repair equipment. Mitchell® Golf products can be found at all major golf tour events. They are utilized by PGA and LPGA Tour Professionals and Club … Continue reading What Makes a Mitchell Angle Machine Professional Grade?
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!
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
By Ed Mitchell, PGA Have you ever wondered how club making and repair got its start in our country? Do you know the role golf professionals played with the evolution of club making and repair for more than a century? Herb Graffis vividly explains this in his book THE PGA, which he published in 1975. … Continue reading The History of Golf Instruction and Golf Club Making
The most misunderstood club fitting step is sizing grips for the golfer. A properly fit grip ensures better club head control at impact with maximum club head speed. But a lot of club repair and do-it-yourself technicians give little consideration to sizing grips. Tips to help you grip First, it helps to know and understand … Continue reading A guide to sizing grips for golfers
Coming Soon – 30 State-of-the-Art Golf Improvement Centers Earlier this year, GolfTEC announced it will be opening 30 state-of-the-art golf improvement centers throughout the country. Remaining locations will adopt the new business model within the following year. As the largest employer of PGA Professionals, GolfTEC combines its custom fit system (TECFIT) and its wide range … Continue reading GolfTEC Introduces 30 Customized Mitchell Golf Signature Angle Machines
There’s a difference between club fitting and club performance By: Ed Mitchell, PGA Golf instructors and club fitters are faced with the same question when working to improve their golfers’ game; ‘Is it the swing, the club or could it be both that prevents their golfers from improving?’ There is a difference between club fitting … Continue reading Understanding The Difference Between Fitted Clubs and Club Performance