Monday, 26 August 2019 Email Us | | Tel: 858-509-5130

Do you want to be good or great?

So, the big question for you is: how much do you want to play better golf? Are you sure about "why" you’d want to play better golf?

We’ve got a number of very good reasons why great is better. So, chat to us and let us talk about the fastest way to better.

The number one 

Step to more great shots
Your approach shot accuracy depends on you squaring the face to the target line.
You must have the right Lie angles for your golf swing.
The sole will be square to the turf at impact. You’ll be straighter.
If the toe is up (vs. the heel), then your face will automatically point to the left (for right-handers). You’re missing before you start.  If the heel is up (vs. the toe), then your face will automatically point to the right (for right-handers). Perfectly aligned, great swing, you’re still missing right?

We want you to hit more great shots
Let us help you hit more great shots. Let us check out your lie angles.
Get that right, and you’ll be amazed at how much more accurate you are.
This applies to all golfers. Why waste a great swing?

Which golf ball for your game?

Chrome Soft
The most technology in
any golf ball we carry.
The lowest compression
ball that’s super long.
Both will give you a really great and soft feel off of all your club faces. Both have lower spin rates off the driver to help create an extra long performance. What will influence your decision will be your desire for spin and control around the green. 
Learn more >

Your wedge and ball flight

Shooting it in lower

If you watch the best golfers play this shot, you’ll notice they seem to nip the turf (rather than carving out a divot), and they then seem to have a shorter follow-through.

When we see golfers trying to play this shot on the range, many move the ball back in their
stance and play with a steeper angle of attack, under the impression that will create more spin.
Actually a shallow angle of attack with clean contact creates more spin. 

Come and learn to control ball flight
Being able to shoot the ball in with a slightly lower trajectory and
the spin to check the ball quickly, makes distance control so much easier.
Come and learn how to play this shot.
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