Greetings from Suzanne Saturday, 27 October 2012
We are entering a crazy time of the year. Between now and March we can expect all the major manufacturers to be closing out whole lines and introducing lots of new technology. That means opportunities to grab a deal at close out prices, or be the first on the block to have the shiny, new and next great thing.
I already know of ‘out with old, in with the new’ releases from Adams, Callaway, Cleveland, PING, Titleist, TaylorMade, Tour Edge, Wilson and a number of others. And I’m sure that each of the new releases will have some great new innovations – with a real focus on forgiveness in golf clubs, I expect. But I’m also sure that the product being closed out offers real technology improvement over equipment from 3 and 4 years ago that is still in golfers’ bags.
However, whether it is last year’s technology at a deal, or the real deal in next year’s technology, the technology won’t deliver if the equipment doesn’t have the shaft strength and length, the loft and lie, the grip size and club weight all fit to your swing. It’s madness to make an investment in technology and then not to make sure it has the best chance of delivering better golf each time you are out on the course.
Equipment fitted correctly with the appropriate technology for your golf game will deliver more good golf shots and a lot more enjoyment. Contact us and let us help.
FINDING YOUR SWING
I am not suggesting you should “ignore” the coaching you see in the magazines. It is valuable education. But please remember there isn’t one golf swing. Our objective when we work with you is to find the swing that allows you to hit consistently better golf shots as quickly as possible.
In this series I have been talking about “learning about your backswing”. It’s important because the more you understand it, the better the chance of you making a smooth swing with the club in good positions, allowing you to make a better downswing on plane with solid contact as the result.