Can you share the latest info on clubs you have in the works for the fall and spring? I see some of the putters, hybrids and irons are being closed out and wonder what might replace them. Thanks. Michael
Thank You for the nice comments. Sincerely, we appreciate it. We believe we offer the best product available and work very hard to try to maintain a line of product that will have something for everyone. It is getting more costly, as I have mentioned before, to do new product the right way and although we may not have a lot of new items all at once, we will have a constant stream of new product coming online over the next 18-24 months. Some good stuff, I think, and I think you will like it. It has always been our mission to produce great playing components, that are great quality and that can be custom fit and built for any player. More importantly, at that fair price you mentioned. I have to shake my head at what some companies are charging for clubs and what some people will pay for clubs today. I know what costs go into producing the components of a golf club, and the cost to build them, and the prices being charged by some are out of line. I also know what makes a golf club perform, and price is not an indicator of performance. We will keep fighting the good fight and do our best to offer the best playing product available, at fair prices.
We are working on multiple projects. The ones most likely to make it in the spring are two new irons, a couple of new Pure Track putters and new wedge series. We are also working on a new set of fairway woods. Others in the works that are more likely late 2017 or 2018 are a new driver, two more new irons, another wedge (with adjustable weights), and new hybrids. There may be more and the ones I mentioned may change as we are constantly designing concepts and looking at where we need to replace, renew, refresh products in the line. It is difficult for us to turn a lot of new product every year (not necessary and a trend that seems to be slowing, thank goodness) and since all of our models perform so well, it is difficult to make the call to discontinue a model. We do understand, however, that we need to keep developing new product (it’s what we love to do anyway), even though the current models are still selling and performing. That being said, we will never do something new that we do not feel will perform as well as or better than anything on the market for whatever category it is in. More to come as we get down the road.