Update: You might not win a major golf championship, but you can use the same equipment as the pros use who do.

When we talk about Mitchell Golf machines being on PGA tour vans across the country, we really mean it. In fact, a custom-built Mitchell Golf Digital Irons Machine (shown left) designed for single-length clubs is what one precision-minded PGA professional depends on when he goes on tour. Like when he’s winning the U.S. Open, for example.

That’s why it doesn’t take a physics major to know that Mitchell Golf’s professional expertise in club fitting and club construction makes us a leading choice for industry professionals.

It started in 2008 when Mitchell Golf re-invented the industry standard for bending machines by introducing the new STEELCLUB® Signature Angle Machine followed in 2010 with the first-ever digital TourGauge® Digital Irons Machine as well as the TourGauge® Digital Putter Angle Machine which became an instant success.

Were the innovations done? Hardly. In January 2012 Mitchell® Golf introduced the STEELCLUB® Signature Irons Angle Machine that sets the standard for ease of operation and guaranteed accuracy for measuring and bending all iron clubs in the market.

Mitchell Golf PROformance

Which brings us to the present: The latest version of the Mitchell Golf TourGauge Digital Irons Machine now in play. Our Mitchell Golf’s Digital Irons Machine utilizes a precision slide-bearing gauge assembly that tracks on a precision ground slide rail assembly for extremely accurate readings.

It’s also a pro at bending irons made from 17-4 and 431 stainless steel and forged carbon steel. It can also measure and bend left- or right-hand irons in the same fixture. Other features include:

  • Measures loft and lie simultaneously in 1/4° increments
  • Magnetized shaft cradle and clamping fixtures
  • CNC milled with a powder coat base plate

And talk about easy to use: An operator can adjust a full set of irons in 10 minutes or less. (Even if he or she is wearing a mask).


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