Industry professionals (and now many golfers) know that angle bending is among the fastest ways to improve a player’s ball flight. Whether it is changing the lie to improve accuracy or changing loft to make certain that the player’s clubs are progressively consistent, angle bending is a major factor in club performance. Did you know: … Continue reading Angle bending is a major factor in club performance.
With the possible exception of identical twins, no two people have the same measurements. We all are different heights and weights. We all buy our pants with different inseams. Some of us are more flexible and some may have an old injury or surgery that affects movement. The point is, there are many situations that … Continue reading The most important part of your swing could be a proper club fitting.
COVID has taken a bit out of everyone’s golf plans, but as summer returns, so does the Mitchell Golf Performance School. Taught by trade professionals, this comprehensive 4-day class offers valuable training in club building, club repair, and club alternation utilizing the Foresight GCQuad monitor and simulator as well as Mitchell Golf’s machines and tools. … Continue reading Mitchell Golf Performance School talks with recent grad Garth Mattson
Many of you have been talking to Patrick about the questions you have. He has been compiling the ones that get asked most frequently and wanted to share these with everyone. 1. Does my Mitchell Golf Bending Machine need to be level on the floor mount stand to get an accurate measurement? No. All Mitchell … Continue reading 8 Most-Asked Mitchell Golf Machine and Club Fitting Questions Answered
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?
How do you make a favorite tailgating activity for golf? Or use a pair of colored glasses (even a radar) to find your golf ball? There are some crazy golf products out there, but we found a few interesting ones. Check them out and tell us what you think! Chippo: The Glorious Lovechild of Golf … Continue reading GOLF PRODUCTS TO HELP YOU CHIP AWAY AN AFTERNOON
Recently Patrick sat down with Adam Fonseca of Golf Unfiltered to offer a few pointers on how to keep your game and equipment up to spec during this season of quarantine. Here’s a recap: Your browser does not support the audio element. As most of us are confined to the comforts of our home, the … Continue reading Don’t let a little quarantine keep your game and equipment from being up to spec.
Right now, you can’t (or shouldn’t) play golf, let alone watch live golf on TV. Sure, you could watch old matches. Or… you could stay home, stay safe and watch some of the most popular golf movies ever made. Here is a list of top ten movies we’ve compiled, with an extra one thrown in. … Continue reading Golf movies to watch when you can’t watch golf.
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.