Condor Golf is the only ecommerce site that offers a comprehensive custom fitting.
Condor Golf does the custom fitting for you. You don't have to know what type of shaft, shaft flex, grip size, weight, club length because we do it for you. Just provide information about yourself and your golf game. Our club fitting survey is the absolute best at giving us an honest, all-inclusive look at how you play golf which translates into putting the perfect club in your hands.
Condor Golf is the only site where you can buy a single iron. Other sites sell a minimum of 5 or 6 irons. Try one club before buying the rest of the clubs.
The primary focus of Condor Golf is on mid to higher scoring golfers because they generally need more assistance than low scoring players. The trend today is to get custom fit using high tech swing analyzers which break down EVERY aspect of your swing (and they can be calibrated anyway the club fitter wants). Then the club fitter will describe in detail how a $250 - $350 golf shaft will produce low spin (or high spin) and high launch. While this might be alright for golfers who score 70 - 75, it is completely unnecessary for mid to higher scoring players (85 - 120 +) who simply want to get shots airborne and stay in their own fairway. Our online fitting survey will accomplish everything necessary to achieve these goals. And you will save hundreds if not thousands of dollars in the process. So let's keep this simple and straight-forward!
We are not a "discount store," but we have fantastic low prices on our game improvement custom clubs.
Best customer service PLUS Free ground shipping in the continental USA.
Are you itching to hit the ball longer?
I am going to be brutally honest here and make this statement “Every golf manufacturer attempts to sell you hope.” Think about it, you go to purchase a new driver. What are you looking for? That’s right, those extra 5, 10 or 15 yards off the tee. By that time you finished the round selective amnesia has already set in. That one tape measured drive you had on hole #16 gets your juices flowing to come back and play again. But what was sadly forgotten were the other 13 drives that didn’t go so well.
Here is a fact – nearly half of all golfers will fail to break 100 for 18 holes. For those of average to above average strength, they will likely miss every single fairway. Drives that fly 200 yards out and take a hard turn left or right by 40 yards does not count as a 240 drive. Not only did that player lose potential distance, the ball might land in a hazard or on the next shot, you may have to try to hit around another obstacle. That is, of course, if the ball wasn’t OB or sitting in a large patch of poison ivy.
With the advances in clubhead design, why do so many golfers still miss fairways on a regular basis?
Here is another fact. Drivers today are all increasingly longer in length and lighter weight than even a few years ago. Why? So one can potentially swing the club faster and have more leverage to hit the ball further. It is true, advances in clubhead design have allowed the modern driver to be more forgiving on off-center shots, but it still comes down to the player making a good swing so the club face is pointed reasonably square toward the target upon impact. Making the club lighter and longer will only going to make it harder to accomplish that feat for the average golfer, let alone the higher handicapper.
Instead of driving begin “thriving”
There is a simple solution to this for the vast majority of golfer that plays this great game. The answer is one of the best drivers in the golf industry, the Thriver driver. You might be asking, “Thriver…hmm, I am unfamiliar with that term.” Well if you combine the terms Three Wood + Driver you get Thriver or the best of both worlds when it comes to these two heads. Think about it, the modern deep face driver is approximately 3 times the size of a typical #3 wood creating a much higher moment of inertia making it in theory much more forgiving. Plus you have the large confidence building, thin face with the high COR right up to the legal limit for more distance. On the other hand, your #3-wood is more lofted and cuts down on some of the slice or hook spin plus shorter to enable you to have more control.
Large, confidence building volume (460cc) and face height
Thin, reactive face for high-rebound surface and maximum distance
Higher loft (but not too much) to reduce side spin
Shorter, more control length for solidness of contact
Heavier weight head maximizes MOI and increases momentum into the ball
The Thriver head weighs a full 10 grams more than a normal driver to allow for a shorter, more controllable length that now has the proper amount of weight in your hands. Unlike most 14° drivers on the market, the Thriver doesn’t produce as high of a loft as you would imagine.
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.
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.
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°
Fall Re-gripping Special
Golf Pride grips (CP2 Tour, Tour Velvet) at 20% off our normal grip price.
What is the best golf ball (and least expensive golf ball)?
For the past 40 years I have been asked this question by thousands of golfers. Their have been significant improvements in both quality and consistency of balls during that time. However, the golf ball manufacturers have significantly raised prices during this period. They raise prices because they pay professionals to play with their product and they give away hundreds of thousands of balls for free. Someone has to pay for those free golf balls!
But now there is a new company called SNELL Golf. Dean Snell developed most of the top pro-line balls in golf for Titleist and Taylormade.
His new company sells the absolute finest golf balls at prices so low, you can't afford not to buy them.
Check these out at http://snellgolf.com - unbelievable quality golf balls at the lowest price!
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