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 one of his favorite things about working for Mitchell Golf. He handles everything from troubleshooting parts to building new digital machines to refurbishing old ones. Wesley has his hand in the manufacturing process if it is part of the manufacturing process.
“I can be building anything from a Pro Tour Grip Vise to a Tour Gauge Digital Irons machine,” Turner said. “Depending on what stock we have and what orders are due, that will determine how my day will go.”
Mitchell Golf receives numerous orders throughout the day. This keeps Turner and his colleague Trent Nowicki busy as they package and ship products by hand. For more oversized orders, Turner and Nowicki log the products at the end of the day and provide an estimated shipping date to the customer.
“Knowing we are making equipment for some of the most elite golfers and celebrities makes it pretty cool, too.” “It is fun to make things more efficient and watch Mitchell Golf evolve into the new wave.”
— Wesley Turner, Mitchell Golf
As Mitchell Golf operates everything in-house, Turner believes the company is the best. Approximately 80 percent of Mitchell Golf parts are precision made in the same building by sister company Albion Machine and Tool.
“We take ideas and innovations and turn them into new inventions,” Turner said. “As an established player in the game of golf for years, our best years are yet to come.”
For Turner, Mitchell Golf is more than an assembly business. “In lieu of technological advancements, Mitchell Golf is only going to get better and make the custom golf game a staple in the golf industry,” Turner said. “Mitchell Golf IS Golf.”