Why you should get golf clubs from Condor Golf

  • Condor Golf is the only store that will fit and sell just one club.
  • We make clubs for any player ability, however we specialize in fitting clubs for mid to high scoring golfers.
  • Our pro-line components are the best in golf. We guarantee the quality and workmanship of all our clubs. We do not sell any "clones or knock-offs."
  • All of our custom clubs are fit by a master clubfitter for club length, shaft, shaft flex or grip size.
  • Our custom fit clubs have over 200 shafts and 300 grips from which to choose.
  • Custom fit clubs are normally fit, built and shipped in 4 business days.
  • We offer low flat rate shipping in the continental USA.

Fines quality clubs from Condor Golf

What is a Hybrid? How does it compare to a fairway wood? Why should I buy hybrids?

The centers of gravity of a hybrid and iron are also quite different due to their size and shape.  Even with the same lofts, the trajectory and spin of the ball coming off the face may differ.  Comparing a #3 hybrid to 3-iron can also be misleading as the hybrid often is less lofted which will create more distance.  It is not uncommon that a #3-hybrid may be 19° or 20° loft where the added loft will lead to proportionally longer distances.

Hybrid heads are also heavier than woods.  As a result, their assembly lengths are different which subsequently creates slightly different swing speeds.  While the shorter length hybrids may be swung a little slower, the shorter assembly length does increase the chance of solidness of contact for greater game improvement.  This is one reason why they are so popular today. Condor Golf can completely custom fit hybrids to your swing tendencies.

Condor Golf can custom fit XV Hybrids using a "single length" method for unmatched consistency and game improvement!

Buy all 3 hybrids using a "single-length" approach making it easier to achieve a repeatable swing. This is an excellent option for beginners or high scoring players looking for consistency. Using the Gravity Port Adjustable Weighting you can have your 3-hybrid, 4-hybrid and 5-hybird all the same length! Use the same stance / swing for all 3 clubs. Watch your long fairway shots become more consistent.


Club Number Total Head Weight Mens Standard Club Length
3 242 38.5"
4 244 38.5"
5 246 38.5"


Club Length

Callaway, Taylormade, Ping state that 45" to 46½" driver club length is "standard," which is much too long for 95% of all golfers.

So why is this done? Because, companies advertise that the longer the length is, the more distance you will hit the ball. Except it only works when you have smooth tempo, a consistent square swing path, ball contact is made before the club hits the ground, good swing timing / rhythm.

If this isn't you, it's not going to work. The best advice is to hit a shorter driving club, 43.5" to 44.5" (unless your physical stature dictates a longer length). With the new XV line of metalwoods for high scoring golfers, we have the ability to get the shorter length without sacrificing club head weight which is essential for accuracy. Forty years of building custom clubs has taught us to know what is the best length for mid to higher scoring golfers.

Club Loft

Most golfers believe that they need a low lofted driver to hit longer drives which is completely untrue.

Forty years of experience has taught us that the loft should be determined by driving distance.

If you are a beginner, high scoring golfer or occasional golfer, select the highest loft available.

Golfers who......

Drive 260 + yards could use a 9.5°

Drive 230 - 260 yards should use a 10.5°

Drive 160 - 230 yards should use a 12°

Drive less than 160 yards must use a 14°

Grip Size

At Condor Golf, selecting the grip size is vital to game improvement because it plays a significant role in a golfers' ability to control the club.

A larger grip (anything larger than standard) would benefit a player who:

Has large hands
Consistently draws or hooks the ball
Has arthritis (or any other hand problem) or struggles to hold a standard grip
Has fingers that wrap around the grip and dig into the palm

A smaller grip (anything smaller than standard) would benefit a player who:

Has small hands
Consistently slices or fades the ball
Has fingers that do not fully encircle the grip