When we build a custom club, it has to be perfect in every detail from appearance to performance.

Condor Golf has built thousands of custom fit clubs since 1976. In the 1970's, all the woods were genuine Persimmon wood and the irons were investment cast in the USA. The whole industry changed with the first "metalwoods" in the early 1980's. During the 1990's, metalwoods took over completely as the quality became better and they were more readily available.

In this century, golfers have many more choices with larger size Titanium drivers and Hybrid clubs that replace hard-to-hit long irons. These innovations have made it easier than ever to enjoy playing golf. In the last few years, Single Length Irons have taken golf club technology to a whole new level. They make it easier to hit consistently longer, straighter shots.


Important Info on Golf Shafts - Shaft Bend Profiles

Here are Bend Profiles of two S2S Regular Flex Shafts to show that not all Regular flex shafts are the same! Both shafts are 65 gram weight, the torque is only .3° different and the Balance Points are within 1/2". But the shafts are as different as night and day! They are measured in cpm (cycles per minute). The first shaft is stiffer up at the grip end but the middle section is almost the same as the second shaft. Then when it gets closer to the head, the first shaft is incredibly stiffer than the second shaft. Both are considered to be "Regular Flex". Do not get fooled by someone who tells you all "Regular" flex shafts are the same.

41" (Grip)

36" 31" 26" 21" 16" 11" (Head)

184 cpm

205 cpm 222 cpm 253 cpm 310 cpm 500 cpm 920 cpm

 

41" (Grip)

36" 31" 26" 21" 16" 11" (Head)

155 cpm

180 cpm 211 cpm 251 cpm 321 cpm 450 cpm 750 cpm

Furthermore, don't even bother asking other shaft companies for this type of true comparison between their own golf shafts because they will NOT provide any of these numbers to you. Sad but true!