Have you heard of Phat Scooters before? No? Well, they are the latest and greatest in the golfing world. Phat Scooters is the modern-electric golf vehicle that is taking the U.S. by storm. Turns out they are so cool, PGA Pro Player Pat Perez decided to get a few for his course and neighborhood. Check out the video above.
Dean Knuth worked for the USGA for many, many years. He has seen everything when it comes to golf clubs. The USGA decided that 257 microseconds on the face was going to the limit in which the ball can use the “Trampoline” effect on the club face. If it is longer that 257 microseconds then it is too hot. But here is the loop hole. The USGA changed the rule to allow outside of the width of a golf ball to be up to 257 microseconds in the trampoline effect. So, in essence, you gain more trampoline and more heat on the heel and the toe, thus counterbalancing the loss of performance that you normally get.
By allowing this to go on the outside of the club face, High Heat developed their High Heat 257+ driver, metal woods and hybrids. There won’t ever be a golfer that hits the golf ball in the center every time, so why not make a club that essentially allows that to happen. When people use the High Heat 257+ driver, woods or hybrids they are just amazed when they don’t hit it off the center and it still goes straight and still goes far. Many people have tried it and many people have loved the High Heat 275+ drivers, woods and hybrid clubs.
If you want more information or want to get one for yourself to over to KNUTHGOLF.COM.
Knuth Golf: High Heat Driver
When it comes to driving the golf ball down the fairway, there are just a couple of major market brands that are dominating the driving business. Well, Knuth Golf and the High Heat Driver are asking them to move over and give them some space at the top with them. Golf Life caught up with the guys at Knuth Golf at the 2016 PGA Show Demo Day to learn more about what the High Heat Driver has to offer!
At first look, the driver is beautiful! With the bright blue color and its silver accents, this driver looks sharp. It is definitely something that will catch your attention when you walk by it or see it in a group of drivers. Most of the drivers today are typically black, so good on Knuth Golf for bringing a bright blue driver to the game.
The mechanics and technology is something to not overlook as well. Although this club is specifically made for the amateur golfer, it still has amazing technology built in. First of all it ranges from 9.5, 10.5 and 12 degrees in loft for right handers. For left, they are just at 10.5. The High Heat Driver comes designed with Knuth Golf’s patented and patent pending Optical CG Changer and Fire Zone Face Technologies. These technologies are designed for the amateur golfer to hit the golf ball farther and straighter even when a miss hit occurs.
Check out the video above to find out more about the High Heat Driver! Go to Knuthgolf.com today and get one shipped to your front door and start helping your golf game today!
In this episode of Golf Life, we take you to the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida. We see great products at the 2018 Demo Day from Phat Scooters, www.phatgolfscooters.com, plus we see drivers from Ping and Taylormade and talk with Wilson Golf and EllWee, a four-wheel single rider golf cart.
Then we take you inside the Merchandise Show where we see products like the new Stick IT golf towel, www.stickittowel.com, and Beer Pong Golf, www.beerponggolf.com.and Honma Golf, www.honmagolf.com. Plus we learn more about Callaway Golf Apparel – www.callawayapparel.com.
In addition, we visit America’s Golf Fest, www.americasgolffestival.com in Las Vegas, Nevada where teams of scramble partners come from all around the globe to compete.
Finally, we learn about the new 257+ Driver, with a dynamic new technology that takes advantage of rule changes at the USGA. The new rules allow a driver to have a high CT, or more trampoline effect, on the toe and heel. High Heat is the only driver that has pushed these limits and effectively have a driver that is as hot on off-center hits as in the center of the clubface.
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Mike Billingsley and Nikki Kay feature ShoeTips during the 2017 Golf Life Gift Guide at Top Golf Las Vegas. This feature is airing on the 2017 Golf Life Holiday Special currently airing on FoxSpots Networks.
ShoeTips help you master your golf mental game. ShoeTips are swing thoughts that you can wear on your shoes or on your golf bag. Pick from several different thoughts that you want to focus on during your round. Calm your mind and let them help you focus which will help you lower your score.
Each ShoeTips package comes with 18 interchangeable, weatherproof, pre-printed labels on a metal ring, a pair of plastic base clips, a Bagtag & loop, and instruction book.
ShoeTips are easy to use. You choose 2 of the pre-printed swing thoughts, or write your own with an indelible marker on the back of the labels. Slide the labels over the 2 base clips, then slide the clips securely over your shoelaces where they cross. (No need to untie your laces.) When you look down your two reminders are right where you’ll see them as you prepare to swing.
Try out ShoeTips and lower your score by playing better golf.
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