Loving those testimonials

If you read this once, you’ve probably read it a hundred times; I love testimonials!  Whether it’s new equipment or that lesson breakthrough, I enjoy reading all of them and sharing them with you.  Here is an email we received:

"I haven’t had a chance to follow up with Tim about the progress on the new clubs you all fitted and built for me.

I am finally getting used to the SIM Max 5-AW set up that Tim fit me for, and I’m getting used to the different lofts for each club to the point where I am confident in my yardages.  I was skeptical about the Titleist [SM8] wedge combination Tim suggested, but over the past few weeks, I have really dialed them in and find I have more options now with the 54 [degree] and 58 [degree].  The 58 [degree] has become a very accurate club, really nice to have confidence in my chips and approach
shots with these.

Naturally, at my age, I need to play frequently to keep the muscle memory going, and with a few practice rounds last week, I played in our club Member/Member last weekend and shot below my handicap to contribute to our team placing 3rd place.  Next up, our Club Championship in September.

Thanks again for the great experience, very glad that I was referred to the Golf Station and Tim.  You did a great job."
~ B.F.


Folks, TaylorMade has put out some excellent product this year.  Every customer who we’ve put into a TaylorMade bag has raved about it.  The best part is that we’ll fit anything we have to your specs.  But as you may have noticed, we put some Vokey Wedges in his bag.  Whatever works, works, regardless of brand. 

Don’t be like me and let OCD take over. 
Come in and get your best bag at The Golf Station!

Book a fitting now >
 

 


What WAS on the Wall this week? 

Two custom shafts went into drivers to liven them up!


V.A. Composites Rajin and Fujikura Golf Ventus (Blue) shafts, and we’re dying to hear how they’re performing.  The Rajin is a high launch-low spin shaft, and the Ventus is mid-launch and spin. 

These shafts have been very popular! 

Sometimes all you might need is a shaft upgrade to make your gear dance again.  It saves you some cash and makes older clubs often perform better than when they were purchased.

If we can help you perk your drivers up, please

Let us know >

 


Congratulations

Last year we dedicated some space to Logan Diomede, known to his family and friends as “Dio.”  We told you before that this kid could play.  I spoke to his dad then, and his pride was very apparent.  I was inspired by talking to him! 

Well this past weekend, Dio played on the Texas Collegiate Amateur Tour at Lantana Golf Club and won his first tournament with a -6 under, 210.  He shot all three rounds under par, getting better each day.  He ended the final day shooting -3 under, 69, one of two young men finishing under par. 

We’re celebrating right along with him! 
Well done, Dio!
       

 

  
The young have it
                     
And behold the return of the conquering hero from California.
And thanks for ‘repping that Golf Station backpack!


If you haven’t noticed, our younger players of various ages are making quite a name for themselves and are performing at high levels.  They’re being instructed by one of the best I’ve ever seen.  He’s gotten so much progress out of every student under his watchful eye.  It’s quite impressive.  Maybe I’m a little biased, but I like to give credit where credit is due.

If you’re not trusting your junior’s game (or yours for that matter), you should reconsider it!  If you’re ready to get a new perspective on the game or your gear, click here or call us at 817.595.4653 for information on how to make your golf game better. 

You won’t regret it!

 

 
Building your own approach
 
If you’re looking to improve your golf experience, and especially your approach shot performance, then let’s spend some time together. We want to build a personal approach for each of our golfers.
 
 
“We need to work with each golfer to build their bag so that at each distance they have a club that they can use to consistently hit that distance with an improved level of consistency. How much easier does that make the game?”
 
 
If you’d like to read our full analysis of the TaylorMade SIM Iron models and how they deliver a better result then follow our link.
Read more >
 
A final adjustment to better
What improvements do you want to your iron play and approach shots? Would the TaylorMade SIM Irons help? How can we make sure that you get the right shaft and lie angle to exploit this new design? How does ‘better’ translate to more enjoyment from your game and your time on the course?
Let's find out > 

 

 
No more three-putts.
How often do you hit the center?
 
On putts over 20 feet, regular golfers don’t strike the putter face at a consistent spot. Some strikes will be towards the toe and some will be nearer the heel. Many golfers overestimate how often they middle it. Here’s a quick and easy way to see for yourself.
 
 
The impact challenge
Stick a strip of impact tape (duct tape also works) to your putter’s face. Take ten putts from 25 feet. How many of the putts hit the toe or the heel? If it’s more than four, chances are you’re struggling on the greens.
Let us know >
 
 
Eliminate three-putts
By assessing your putter shaft length, lie angle and swing arc, we can make it a lot easier for you to center more putts, more often. If you want to be able to consistently get it close from distance, let’s schedule a session on the putting green. In the meantime, we can give you some drills to do at home.
Start a conversation >


 



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