Another new year is almost here, but some of our best sellers never left! Here is a list of some of our top sellers over the last year we think you just might be interested in. Happy Holidays from all of us at Mitchell Golf. View TOP Seller: LOFT AND LIE Mitchell Golf Steelclub® Signature … Continue reading 2022’s Top Sellers From Mitchell Golf
Grips are one of only three components that make up a golf club, but they are often the most often overlooked. And because they are the only thing between your hands and your clubs, this interaction can significantly affect performance. Depending on how much you play, you should at least regrip your clubs yearly. In … Continue reading Grip Station with Mounting Options and Accessories
It’s hard to believe that Wesley came to us as a fresh-faced young lad five years ago. While working at Mitchell Golf, Wesley graduated from Jackson College in 2020 with an Associate’s Degree in Advanced Manufacturing and Basic Fabrication and a certificate in welding. As a builder and producer, Turner’s role varies daily, which is … Continue reading Production Manager Wesley Turner: Five Years in the Bag.
How to prime/trouble shoot your Grip Removal Gun The following tips are for grip guns that fail to prime properly or lose pressure during use. We will start with the easiest fixes first and progress to the more in-depth repairs. After each step, re-test the grip gun. Quick Fixes: Ensure that there is enough liquid … Continue reading How to prime / trouble shoot your Grip Removal Gun
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.
Front and rear shot of a Back Iron Clamp Every Mitchell Golf Angle Machine is equipped with a back iron clamp. There are only two instances when you should use the Back Iron Clamp. These occur when the clubface does not clamp flush against the Face Fixture, or the club head slips when bending. These … Continue reading How to Bend Your Clubs and When to Use a Back Iron Clamp
Quick and easy or precision? Determining the best method for achieving the correct swing weight While all three certainly have their merits, each has some downsides that may help you choose one method. Let’s take a look at these three options so you can decide for yourself: TYPE PROS CONS LEAD TAPE Convenience and … Continue reading The pros and cons of using lead tape vs. tip weights vs. hot melt for swing weight
Meet Ashley Campbell, Mitchell Golf’s new Operations Assistant. Ashley will handle many of the day-to-day customer service operations in her new role. She’ll also be helping with the tracking and receiving of orders and helping with packaging and light assembly. Ashley has almost a decade of experience in the retail world, and before Mitchell Golf, … Continue reading Getting to Know: Ashley Campbell
We use frequency to measure the flex of the shaft in a club. This absolute measurement produces a “matched set of clubs” of the same flex feel. This is made possible by measuring and comparing each shaft’s frequency in a set of clubs to the desired gradient on a chart. The gradient can vary with … Continue reading Using Frequency to Produce a Matched Set of Golf Shafts.
2022 Performance School Instructor: Joey Sison Joey is the new instructor for Mitchell Golf Performance Schools. He has worked closely with Larry Baldridge for the last two years with the performance schools and looks forward to providing top-notch instruction in his new role. He also answers questions from past graduates on the group’s social page. … Continue reading Getting to Know: Joey Sison