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Epic Flash

01/11/2019

Callaway’s Epic Flash Specifications

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Flightscope Short Game!

01/10/2019

Confidence breeds success!

You’ve come accustomed to fitting your full swing clubs with us using Flightscope’s Fusion Technology!  Why would you not want to be fitted for a putter, that very same way?

The Versatile Epic Flash

01/07/2019

Callaway’s Epic Flash with Flight Control Technology! New for 2019!

Artificial Intelligence?

01/07/2019

Callaway’s “off the Planet” game changing approach to advanced technology! New for 2019!

Epic Flash!

01/05/2019

Epic Flash! New for 2019!

Engineered to make everyone faster!

01/03/2019

Introducing the All-New TaylorMade M5 & M6 Drivers

ScrewFace

12/19/2018

“Foaming” at the “Face” with this newest “CT related technology” from TaylorMade Golf!    Coming 2-1-19!

What is C.O.R.? What is CT?

C.O.R. is an acronym for Coefficient of Restitution. It is a numerical expression between 0 and 1.00 that ranks the energy conservation in the collision of two objects. For example, a C.O.R. of 0.00 means that in a collision between two bodies ALL energy is lost. Conversely, a C.O.R. of 1.00 means ALL energy was retained, and thus the collision is termed ‘perfectly elastic’. In the collision between a clubface and the golf ball, the highest COR through to be theoretically possible by golf club engineers is about 0.910. The highest COR that TWGT has designed and manufactured in a clubhead is the 0.890 COR of the model 959OL driver. This driver was designed in 2009 to be offered to Clubmakers to build for golfers who strictly play for enjoyment and do not play in formal competitions. For a golfer with a 100mph swing speed, the difference in carry distance with a clubhead with a 0.830 and 0.860 COR is 5.6 yards. For lower clubhead speeds, the distance difference is less. For higher speeds, the distance difference is progressively a little more.

CT stands for “Characteristic Time” and is an acronym that represents the test performed by the USGA since 2004 to determine if the spring face effect of a clubhead conforms to the USGA Rules of Golf. Prior to 2004, the USGA performed an actual COR test to determine spring face conformity that involved firing a golf ball at the center of the clubface with an air cannon at a speed of 109 mph. If the speed of the ball rebounding off the face was greater than 83% of the impact speed of the ball, the clubhead would be ruled as non-conforming because the COR would be higher than 0.830.
In 2003, the USGA determined that their existing air cannon COR test took too long to set up and perform. Companies that had submitted clubheads for spring face conformity ruling were having to wait 3-4 months to receive a decision so the USGA created a different type of test to determine the same spring face effect as COR which they called CT for Characteristic Time. However, this CT test is only applicable to drivers. For testing spring face conformity of fairway woods, hybrids and irons, the USGA employs the air cannon COR test.
In the CT test a pendulum with a steel ball at the end with internal electronic sensors is allowed to swing down and contact the center of the clubface. The sensors measure the amount of time the steel ball is actually in contact with the face before rebounding. A face contact time of 257 microseconds is equivalent to a COR measurement of 0.830. Thus any clubhead recording a CT measurement higher than 257 µsecs indicates the head is non-conforming; heads with a measurement less than 257 are ruled to be conforming.

Chosen as one of America’s Top 100 Clubfitters in 2019-2020

12/18/2018


We are pleased to be once again chosen as one of America’s Top 100 Fitters in Golf Digest’s December of 2018 / January of 2019 issue. We are honored to be in the company of so many respected artisans of the club fitting and building world. Many thanks as well to Mike Stachura of Golf Digest and his staff for putting in many hours of exhaustive research to arrive at such a distinctive list of professional club fitters and builders. Last and certainly not least, a big “thank you” goes out to our loyal customer base who have played a big part in making this selection possible!

Callaway Golf! Innovation at its Best!

12/18/2018

Callaway’s Game-Changing Technology! New for 2019!

Coming for 2019!

12/17/2018

Faster than ever before!

PXG’s New Gen2 Irons!

03/19/2018

This is how you make the best, better!

New! Callaway EPIC Tour Heads! Fit here, Crafted here!

03/07/2018

Many head options available! E-mail us to inquire!

Ready for Custom Fitting! TPT Shafts!

02/03/2018

TPT GOLF™ Delivers Swiss Technology in the palm of your hands, to drive your ball straighter and longer!

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TPT GOLF™ Golf Shafts.   Initial Parameters for Fitting.    Enjoy the following HD Charts in FULL SCREEN mode.

TPT Golf Shaft Specifications

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They’re Heeere!

01/28/2018

Take your short game to a new level!

Now fitting with Flightscope’s new X3 Launch Monitor!

01/26/2018

Acquiring data from driver to putter!

X3 - Grass - 300

  • Putting Data
  • Vertical LaunchAngle
  • Horizontal Launch Angle
  • Vertical Descent Angle
  • Smash Factor
  • Spin Rate
  • Spin Axis
  • Carry Distance
  • Roll Distance
  • Total Distance
  • Lateral Landing
  • Apex Height
  • Flight Time
  • Shot Dispersion
  • Low point
  • Club Speed
  • Club Speed Profile
  • Club Acceleration Profile
  • Face to Path
  • Face to Target
  • Dynamic Loft
  • Angle of Attack
  • Club Path
  • Spin Loft
  • Swing Plane Horizontal
  • Swing Plane Vertical
  • Skills Score
  • Shot Distance to Pin

Toulon Garage Putters!

01/18/2018

Let us fit and assist you with the selection, build and purchase of your new Toulon Garage Putter!

Callaway’s new MD4 Wedges

01/17/2018

With Groove in Groove Technology!

Callaway Rogue Fairway Woods & Hybrids!

01/17/2018

Callaway’s Rogue Fairway Woods & Hybrids with the all new Revolutionary Jailbreak Technology!

Hiring a Professional

12/17/2017

Chosen as 2017 World Wide Clubmaker of the Year

02/14/2017

It is an honor and pleasure to be chosen for such a prestigious award! Many thanks to the COY Committee Members for their long and arduous task in coming to their selection for this distinguished award. Thank You Gerald Hoefling, Jacques Intriere, Eric Ng, Bob Ubelhor and Greg Courtney.

Many thanks to all the candidates who also submitted their application!

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