Center of Gravity (CoG) matters

 
To old & young, male & female, skilled & inexperienced
 
Whether you swing your driver particularly fast or very slow, the CoG location of your driver impacts significantly on your tee shot performance and playing experience.
 
 
 

 
Especially to those with slower swing speeds or those with very, very fast swing speeds, the difference in tee shot improvement we can create, just by changing launch conditions, can be beyond 40 yards. That’s not just a great feeling when you hit the ball further; that could mean an easier #8 iron second shot vs. a more difficult #5 iron. Who wouldn’t want that?

 
Fix your millimeters and yards
Get every yard off the tee your potential deserves. Come and have a tee shot assessment, and let's see how we can add 20, 30, and even more yards to your tee shots.
 
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What matters most to you?

 
 
We asked a question.
Do you see golf as a social, recreational activity OR a competitive sport? That invites one more question about your hopes.
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If you followed the link, you’d see that it's quite an interesting question. I’ve seen a summary of the priorities from six other clubs. It will be good to see how we line up.
 

 
It’s a fun question
If you skipped the link above, then please know that it’s quite a thought-provoking question. It’s a what’s most important A 1 – 2 – 3 question.
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