February is the start of the TGA Shop Golf SALE !!
Lots of great savings on up to date equipment, ex-demo clubs, used clubs, balls, bags and clothing. Pop in store and grab yourself a bargain before it's too late!
Craig recently shared his experience of going to PING's HQ with all of you in last week's newsletter and on social media. Now it is your turn to share the experience!!
We would like to give you the opportunity to have the ultimate PING Tour Experience. The day would comprise of breakfast on arrival, a Tour of the Factory, 30 minute fitting session, 18 holes on the PING owned Karsten Links, a meal and prizes. Date and cost are to be confirmed.
If you are interested we need to know by no later than Friday this week (06/02/2015). To provisionally reserve a place please contact us on email@example.com.
Are you swinging effectively?
Smash Factor is ball speed divided by club speed. Smash Factor relates to the amount of energy transferred from the clubhead to the golf ball. The higher the smash factor the better the energy transfer. A golfer would hope to achieve a smash factor near 1.50 on driver shots. That means for a 100 mph club speed the ball speed would be 150 mph. The higher the loft of the club, the lower the smash factor is expected to be. A PW should have a smash factor near 1.25.
Golfer A has a club speed of 100 mph and a smash factor of 1.40. Golfer A's ball speed is 140 mph. Golfer B has a club speed of 100 mph and a smash factor of 1.50. Golfer B's ball speed is 150 mph. The 10 mph difference in ball speed between Golfer A and Golfer B equates to approximately 20 yards in distance between the two golfers even though they have the same club speed.
To find out how effective your swing is, book a 45 minute assessment for just £25 today. Click here to book your lesson.