The new Big Bertha has transformed the super game-improvement iron category. It’s Callaway’s easiest to launch distance iron, and it’s led by their groundbreaking Suspended Energy Core.
The holidays are almost here. If you’re running out of gift ideas, we’ve got some really good news. The team here at Cool Clubs has pulled together some of our best in-house picks to complete that shopping list for your favorite golfer!
There’s one tour player who is especially interested in taking advantage of the ability to use the flagstick to their advantage, and it is no surprise that it is today’s Golf Scientist, Bryson DeChambeau. Bryson studied physics at Southern Methodist University and has already showed us that his scientific approaches to golf are in fact working.
Cool Clubs has officially moved its South Florida location to PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens. This partnership brings Cool Clubs’ remote custom club fitting experience to the driving range on The Champion course, one of PGA National’s five golf courses on the property.
Some of you may wonder why there is a need to alter the loft and lie of your irons and we’re here to fill you in with all the information you need! This will also help you adjust the gaps in your yardages!
TaylorMade may not be presenting their new products at the PGA Show in January, but that doesn’t mean they’re holding back on their new releases. This latest set of irons from the manufacturer come forged out of 1025 carbon steel while providing us with the “exceptional feel” we’re all searching for.
Autumn comes around, so does the introduction of a new shaft release from the Tour AD family by Graphite Design. The Tour VR (which stands for Vanquish all Rivals) provides a softer tip than AD IZ and can be firmer in the butt and tip ends of the shaft than that of its predecessors.
Srixon has continued to impress us with their club design and performance. Distance, control, feel, and forgiveness have all been packed into their Z Series irons. A few of their key design factors include the V.T. Sole, 1020 Carbon Steel forged construction, and a laser milled face. These contribute to consistent ball striking, soft feel, less vibration through impact, and total spin control on all types of shots.
Who doesn’t love the fall season? Here in Arizona that means cooler temperatures after the long, hot summer, the return of our beloved migratory “snowbirds” and, for all golf enthusiasts, the dreaded yet rewarding overseeding of our golf courses.
JPX 919’s new, refined look featuring satin nickel chrome and pearl finishes with clean lines has definitely caught our attention. With three different models consisting of the 919 Forged, the 919 Hot Metal and the 919 Tour, you are bound to find one that is most suitable for your level of play.
The dreaded three-putt. We’ve all been there. There’s nothing more frustrating than watching a birdie putt lip out or missing that four-foot knee knocker for par. And as you see your putt roll past the hole while the rest of your regular four-ball are snickering in the background, you probably find yourself wondering if it’s really you, or could it be the ratty putter you’ve had for a decade.
Specifically designed for the young golfer, PING’s new junior offering is not an afterthought or knockoff of any of their other lines. A lot of thought, design, and engineering went into the Prodi G’s with the goal of creating a great set of clubs which can even grow with the kids. Now you can get them at Cool Clubs!