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It is surprising that there aren’t “Industry Standards” for golf club specifications. What is the standard length for a driver? What is the standard loft of a 5 iron? Is Company A’s stiff flex shaft the same as Company B’s? What about the torque of comparable graphite shafts? If you start comparing the actual specifications of […]

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When Old Tom Morris needed to put a finish on a hickory golf shaft he couldn’t run down to the Home Depot to pick up a can of Min Wax stain and polyurethane. The stains and finishes available to early club makers were made from natural resources. A common stain originally used on hickory shafts […]

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How often do you use your 3-wood from the fairway? You may still use it from the tee, but are you able to get the 3 wood up in the air from the fairway? If not, don’t blame yourself, there are reasons the 3-wood is difficult to hit from the fairway. Modern 3-Woods Lack Loft […]

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In addition to these special projects listed above Louisville Golf once manufactured some of the finest Persimmon woods ever made for pillars of the golf industry. This is a partial list of some of the golf companies who entrusted the Louisville Golf Club Company with the manufacturing of their Persimmon woods: Ben Hogan (Apex, Edge, Sure-Out) […]

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