Cleaning your machines on a regular basis is essential to ensure longevity and performance, so we’d like to share some maintenance tips for your Mitchell Golf Machines. Dirt, graphite and metal shavings are debris that can get on your machines and cause them to bind up. That’s why the one thing you don’t want to … Continue reading Clean and Protect! Maintenance Tips for Your Mitchell Golf Machines.
The Mitchell Golf Performance Studio and Patrick Gallagher, PGA recently hosted a club repair seminar on March 11th. During this informal and informative setting, Patrick explained how to use Mitchell Golf equipment to adjust and repair golf clubs: Which lead to some very enlightening results. Patrick went through the differences in the angle machines and … Continue reading Club Repair Seminar shows golfers the importance of “checking the specs.”
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
Large and small volume golf shops love the Mitchell Golf Steelclub Irons Machine due to its ability to bend a club to its required angle in seconds. It is one reason why it’s as loved for its production capabilities as its precision. It also bends irons in the same fixture and measures loft and lie … Continue reading Switching your Steelclub Irons Machine from left to right. Or, right to left.
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.
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.
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
The three main components of a golf club are the club head, the shaft, and the grip. And while every club has these three main parts, a club’s performance depends on optimizing each of these components to a golfer’s swing. And there is a lot to take into consideration! As the golfer swings, the clubhead … Continue reading Five Easy Steps to Bend Irons and Optimize Performance