Golf Is Hard.

Let’s not beat about the bush. Golf is a difficult game. How do we get the most from a bad day at the office? When you think you’ve cracked the code and unlocked all the secrets of the game. Reality hits and you’re left licking your wounds. The fun of the whole operation is inContinue reading “Golf Is Hard.”

Service With a Smile

After starting the business in a national lockdown, I’ve used my Grandad’s (Pop Pops) words of wisdom to good affect by sticking to what I am good at. I build clubs, better than anyone and I genuinely care about your golf. Recommendations are travelling far and wide and I really appreciate all the support fromContinue reading “Service With a Smile”

Under Pressure

This is a slightly self absorbed post, I must apologise, but my thoughts may help you in the way you approach competition golf one day, who knows. So I recently played in a Pro Am at Flackwell Heath. Starting Double, Par, Quad was not the best of starts. +6 through 3 holes. I had aContinue reading “Under Pressure”

Wedges – A Buyers Guide

So when it comes to wedges there’s a lot to learn and consider. You can go for every degree gap or you can space it out to give fewer wedges and more woods. The starting point for me it is to look at the irons in your golf bag. You may have irons down toContinue reading “Wedges – A Buyers Guide”

The Working Week

This is an update announcement As business is picking up and more and more diversity to my working week develops, I have a new structure to implement: TUESDAYS – Pull clubs apart. All the New, Used and Broken clubs that come in get broken down in to components as necessary and lined up ready forContinue reading “The Working Week”

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