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What are "Custom Golf Clubs?"

Custom golf clubs are individually fitted for each golfer after measurements are provided about the player's swing and stature. No two people are the same in stature and especially ability, so why should they buy clubs that are "ready made" from standard specifications. Fitted golf clubs are much better for higher scoring players, beginners or recreational golfers because they can offer built-in assistance to help the player hit higher, longer and straighter shots than "ready made" clubs. Custom golf clubs also provide the opportunity for the player to try one club at a time before committing to a complete set. Using this system, the player can get a better idea as to the total number of clubs he (or she) will eventually buy. It also reduces the initial outlay to try a custom club (not done by large manufacturers).

Condor Golf offers thousands of shaft and grip combinations for a precise fitting experience. We also custom fit ALL the grips to whatever size you need. This is done because the grip is your only physical link to the club and it must be perfect. On metalwoods, there are many options for driver and fairway loft angles as well as face angles.

As a family owned golf business for the past 40 years, we provide the very best customer service - service that you won't get from some big box, muti-national chain store, GUARANTEED.


How Many Golf Clubs Do You Need?

Golfers have too many clubs in their bags. And why is that?

Well, large golf club companies sell their clubs in sets - irons / hybrids have 7, 8 or even 9 clubs in the set and matalwoods are sold as a set of either 3 or 4 clubs. So the golfer buys between 10 and 13 clubs. For players who score 90 or higher, the distance gaps between each club is minimal at best. For slower swinging players (those who drive under 190 yards), the distance gaps between each club are ZERO.

For these golfers, a maximum of 7 clubs in their set (plus a putter) is all that they need. And the clubs should have a wider spread in loft angle so that the player could actually see a difference in distance between each club. This method not only simplifies the selection process and makes the game easier but also lightens the load of equipment.

For this reason, Condor Golf sells custom clubs individually and we encourage customers to take advantage of this. If you are unsure what make-up of clubs you need, PLEASE contact us, we will be more than happy to advise you!

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XV Hybrids
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Snell Get Sum Golf Balls

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Wishon 575 MMC Forged Irons
Wishon 575 MMC Forged Custom Irons

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Wishon 730CL Set - Made for Your Golf Game
Wishon 730CL Custom Set (7 Clubs)

Perfect for occasional golfers or slower swinging players

Wishon 771csi Irons
Wishon 771csi Custom Irons

Sold as Single Clubs

Truth About Golf Club Fitting

Club Length

The club length the large "name brand" manufacturers use on their clubs is TOO long for 90% of men golfers and 98% of women golfers. These large companies make drivers that are 45½" to 46½" where as the average length of drivers used by Tour Professionals is 44½".

So why is this done? Because, companies advertise that the longer the length is, the longer you will hit the ball. Except it only works when you have smooth tempo, a consistent square swing path, a LATE RELEASE OF YOUR WRIST-COCK ANGLE (notice it is capitalized...must be important), good swing timing and rhythm.

If this isn't you, it's not going to work.

Here are the cold, hard facts about longer clubs:

  • For golfers who score 94 + (which is 90% of all golfers), the average drive length is 207 yards while the dispersion (accuracy) is 23 yds offline. Using a 45" driver, the drive length DECREASES by 1 yard and the amount of offline INCREASES to 27 yds.
  • For golfers who score 82 - 93, the average drive length is 215 - 222 yds. while the dispersion is 18 - 23 yds. offline. Using a 45" driver, the drive length DECREASES by 1 yard and the amount of offline INCREASES to 26 yds.

Information courtesy of 12 Myths That Could Wreck Your Golf Game by Tom Wishon

Club Loft

Most golfers believe that they need a low lofted driver to hit longer drives. At Condor Golf, we believe that loft angle on a custom driver should be determined by the golfer's club swing speed (which is not the same as ball speed) and the golfer's ability to hit the ball somewhere on the face consistently (not just once out of seven hits). The average male golfer swings 87 mph while the average female golfer swings at 65 mph.

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

If you swing less than 80 mph, your driver loft should NOT be less than 14°.

If you swing less than 90 mph, your driver loft should NOT be less than 12°.

One more fact about driver loft, clubs that are described or sold as "Adjustable" can NOT be adjusted for loft angle. Loft angle is independent of any other specification and can NEVER be changed. The only specs that CAN be adjusted are face angle and lie angle.

So if a salesperson or golf pro tells you that the loft angle is adjustable, they are not telling the truth!