PING Demo day
Friday 8th August 1pm-5pm
The New PING G30 clubs will be available to try and be fitted on the day.
The release of the PING G30 has been one of the most closely guarded marketing capmaigns the golf industry has seen! And with good reason:
g30Crown turbulators in the 460cc head help generate greater clubhead speed and ball velocity for consistently longer drives that find the fairway. The new T9S face material is strong, lightweight and thin, optimizing face deflection for even higher ball speeds and longer drives. With Trajectory Tuning+ Technology, you can fine-tune launch conditions using five settings and 2 full degrees of loft adjustability.
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The Seniors Championship was won for the second year in succession by Ian Morgan. Victory came after a 4 hole play off with Keith Fletcher after both had finished their 18 holes with 79.
The winner of the Handicap competition for the Vets Trophy was Malcolm Evans with a gross score of 86, nett 70.
For the first time an age 75 and over contest was introduced within the Championship, and the first winner was Brian Dedman
with a gross score of 90, nett 72. We are delighted that the new Trophy is the John Jacobs Classic named after our President who was very pleased to lend his name to the event.
Bramshaw Seniors were invited to send Captain Richard Carter and Vice Captain Chris Coates to play a 4BBB Seniors competition as part of the Hockley Golf Club Centenary celebrations. Fourteen visiting clubs were involved, and Richard and Chris won the competition with 39 points.
The Seniors have reached the Knighton Heath Knock Out quarter final round where they will play Isle of Purbeck at home on the Manor course on Thursday 24th July.
In the 1970s, the typical loft of a pitching wedge was 52 degrees. Today, 45 degrees is not uncommon. That's the equivalent of a 40-year-old 8-iron!
In contrast, the average sand wedge has held pretty steady, at around 56 degrees. That means the old-fashioned set makeup of pitching wedge and sand wedge would see an 11-degree gap between the two - and given a degree of loft equates to around three yards of carry, that's an incredible 33-yard distance hole!
This is why you simply can't afford not to have an effective system of wedge lofts. Gap wedges, of course, are designed to plug the hole, but the situation gets a little more complicated when you factor in lob wedges that can run up to 62 degrees.
The best solution is to ask our advice on how to set up your wedges. We can help give you your best coverage for these crucial scoring distances. Golfers who have sorted this report instant improvement in your scoring; it's time you became one of them.
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