Whether you’re a builder for a top fitting company, a Tour truck tech, or any trade requiring mass production, the game’s name is speed and efficiency. In my heyday, my quota was from one to one hundred and fifty clubs daily. Swing weight is off? Tear it down and start all over again. Flex is … Continue reading Build Shop Hacks/Tricks
For all of you fellow Northerners, spring is a big deal. We’ve just suffered through snow and ice impeding every facet of our life and cutting winds dropping temperatures into the negatives. “Why do I live here?” is an annual question every last quarter of the year, but as soon as the ball drops in … Continue reading Getting Club Ready for the Upcoming Season
One thing we talk about profusely in class is “red flags.” This usually refers to specs that are laughingly outside their ranges that don’t catch you like a deer in headlights but result more like an audible laugh straight from the diaphragm. It could be as easy as a driver cut down to 40″ or … Continue reading Tips For Pulling Graphite Heads
Why knowing the different variations in epoxy matter Here at Mitchell Golf Equipment, we offer several diverse types of epoxies for your golf clubs. The difference in epoxy will vary between cure time, work life, and shear strength. Let’s run through why these three variations matter. Epoxy Cure Time: This is self-explanatory. The cure time … Continue reading Epoxy Curing Times for Golf Clubs, Work Life and Shear Strength.
How to create excitement before they take the first swing! The post-fit is an important aspect of the club fitting process that is often overlooked. It’s a process that frequently ends when the order is placed with whoever is building the set of clubs. Here is an example of a fitting process for a club … Continue reading A Good Fit for a Clubfitter is the Post Fit.
What you can expect with a Mitchell Golf Angle Machine Mitchell Golf is proud to offer the industry’s most reliable and accurate club repair equipment manufactured in Albion, Michigan. Depending on your preferences and price points, we offer several different angle machine models. And whichever machine you choose, it’s guaranteed to be 100% accurate and … Continue reading Comparing Mitchell Golf Angle Machines
With two excellent Mitchell Golf Performance School Classes to choose from, which one is better for you? Many golfers ask us this type of question. We understand that it can be hard to choose, as there is some crossover in both offerings. So, let’s look at some considerations when deciding which is the best fit … Continue reading 2-Day Class vs. 5-Day Class. Which Mitchell Golf Performance School is Best for You?
Just like irons, a hybrid’s lie will affect club performance. Hybrid golf clubs were developed in the late 1990s to help golfers hit higher, more accurate shots. A continued trend in golf club sets’ makeup is replacing the long irons with hybrid utility clubs. Many golfers prefer hybrid clubs compared to their iron counterparts. They … Continue reading Like Irons, Your Hybrids Need a Good Fitting
Club Fitting Loft and Lie Equipment for the Do-it-Yourselfer Patrick has received a number of inquiries regarding setting up a new golf club repair/build workshop at home. More and more, golfers want to reshaft, measure, and adjust the loft and lie of their clubs themselves. Another point of interest is the classes Mitchell Golf has … Continue reading Setting up a new golf club repair/build workshop at home
The challenges to increasing strength and stability. Phil Mickelson became the 10th player to win majors in three decades. He also became the oldest major winner at 50 years old. And while 50 may be the new 40 in golf — with modern technology and a much heavier emphasis on fitness — it is still … Continue reading Stability in Golf.