Condor Golf manufactures custom fit golf clubs for sale on this website and at our physical location in Phoenix, Arizona. We do not sell on eBay, Amazon or any other 3rd party site. Our clubs are made to fit each client, "one at a time."
On this website, we ask a series of club fitting questions that determine the best club, best set make-up, best club length, best shaft, best shaft flex, best weight, best grip and best grip size. We also take into account other very important factors that most stores do not factor in when selling clubs. We check physical ability, golf swing proficiency and ALL swing tendencies. All of this is done to get the most accurate golf clubs.
We only fit the number and style of clubs that you need as this keeps your costs much lower. This is the common sense approach to selling golf equipment.
We have built thousands of custom fit clubs for our clients since 1976. In the 1970's, all the woods were genuine persimmon wood and the irons were manufactured from raw blank heads that were cast in the USA. The whole industry changed with the first "metalwoods" in the early 1980's, however we still hand made all the persimmon heads. During the 1990's, metalwoods took over completely as they were more readily available.
During the 1990's, more "component" companies started up as a more affordable alternative to name brand clubs. These companies use what are known as "original designs"...they are not copies of any name brand clubs.
Now in 2020, club heads and shafts have become incredibly easy to hit. The large titanium driver heads can help even bad golfers to hit much straighter and longer tee shots. Hybrid clubs have made radical changes in hitting long iron shots. They are much easier to swing and get positive results. These club innovations make it easier than ever to enjoy playing golf. The new Single Length Irons have taken golf club technology to a new level. Having all the irons built to one length, the length of a normal 8-Iron makes it much easier for players to hit consistently longer, straighter irons than ever before.
When we build a "custom" club, it has to be absolutely perfect in every detail, from appearance to performance. Fitting the club exactly to each customer is 99% of the work.