.Are you paying to much for you mass produced brand name clubs? .Do they fit you? .Are all the shafts frequency matched? .Are they the correct lie? .Are the lofts correct according to the specifications.
.I suggest taking them to a professional club builder. .Have the lofts checked. .Have the lies checked. .Have the length checked. .Have the shafts checked for frequency of the shaft, so that you have a set of clubs that match.
.You can send them to me also and I can check them. .You pay for shipping both ways. .Check lofts, lies and lengths and document results on irons, $3.00 per club. .Check lengths on Drivers and Metal heads $2.00 per club. .Check frequency for each club $3.00 each (Must remove grip, charge to replace grip - cost of grip and $2.00 installation per grip.
.I will notify you of the results and let you decide how to proceed. ...Do you want to replace shafts to get the clubs matched? ...If lofts and lies are off, Do you want them bent to correct specifications? .....I do not guarantee cracking of head. It is at your risk. However most clubs .....can be bent a few degrees.($6.00 per adjustment)
Purchase custom clubs right away to avoid incorrect mismatched clubs.
We pride ourselves in quality. Every set of irons and each wood(metalhead) is built one at a time. Our final result is to provide you with golf clubs that you are happy with.We build our clubs so that our customers are satisfied and they can pass on that message to others so that they will refer other people to us. That is our best means of advertising. We have been in the custom club business since 1994. Feel free to contact us email@example.com . Our experience and quality speaks for itself.
Based on the information that you have provided and once we receive your order, we will custom build your clubs. Allow us 5-10 days to assemble your clubs. We always use the most advanced techniques of frequency matching, spine alignment, assembly procedures, and measuring devices to provide you with the best custom built golf clubs for your swing.
Custom Club Difference
Why are Brand Name Clubs SO MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE?
Advertising, overhead, and middlemen. The amount actually spent for research and development by the golf club industry is not nearly as large as the money spent for advertising. Convincing you to buy the name brand clubs and paying the middleman to get them into your hands is where the Big money is spent.
What About the Cost of Name Brand Advertising?
Independent surveys show that up to 70% of the retail price of a Name Brand golf club goes to support the advertising and brand name development. These advertising and brand development costs are legitimate — they provide advertising revenue to the major golf magazines, they provide many millions of dollars of licensing revenue to PGA Tour professionals, they provide even more millions of dollars to the major television networks. The money spent in advertising builds status and peer pressure to buy a name brand. Every advertising dollar spent by the name brand club is targeted to make you feel better (or justified) in paying more money for the brand. Some people raise their self-esteem by buying a name brand club for more money. Our customers on the other hand raise their self-esteem by getting the best performance for the best value and knowing their name brand buying friends got a worse deal. These clubs are mass produced and not checked for shaft flexs to match or correct lofts and lies.
Let Us Tell You About Overhead
They have lots of overhead expenses we don't have. The big name brand companies are usually publicly traded, higher overhead environments. They pay people to pay people to let their own people know who their people are — you get the idea. We keep the costs down and we pass them onto you
What About the Middleman?
Demo clubs, fancy retail storefronts, and sales personnel cost money. Most retailers mark up their products 60% to 100% from their wholesale purchase price. Our factory outlet golf web site is truly factory direct. Sending you clubs direct from the factory eliminates that cost and saves you money.
Sometimes I See Full Sets of Woods and Irons With Graphite Shafts selling in a Costco or K-Mart for Less than $200.00. How Can That Be?
Simple. Usually the "graphite shafts" in those sets have a high percentage of fiberglass in them, the iron heads are made of zinc and the wood heads are made of aluminum. Let the Buyer Beware!
There is a huge difference between "composite (read that to mean 'fiberglass') graphite" and "100% graphite". There is a huge difference between zinc irons and 431 or 17-4 stainless steel irons. There is a huge difference between aluminum (which is sometimes advertised as 'stainless' because aluminum doesn't rust or 'titanium composite' because aluminum has trace elements of titanium in it) woods and 431 or 17-4 stainless steel woods. This can easily mean a difference in material costs of $75.00 to $150.00!
So from our lesson above if you see an 11 piece set (1, 3, 5 woods and 3-PW irons) advertised at less than $200 and it says "graphite composite shafts, stainless woods and irons" — BEWARE. It is probably a fiberglass shafted set with zinc irons and aluminum woods that will not rust!
But on the other hand, if you see an 11 piece set (1, 3, 5 wood and 3-PW irons) advertised at less than $200 and it says "100% low torque graphite shafts, stainless steel iron heads and stainless steel wood heads" — BUY IT! It is probably a liquidation set of an older model year or a company going out of business.
But other than that please buy from us.
Bang and Alpha are high quality golf components and not considered clones. They have an excellent reputation and have done very well in the Long Drive Competitions.
What is a Golf Clone?
A Golf Clone goal is to provide all of the performance features of a big name brand with a better value to the consumer. Clones are not to be confused with the branded products they may seek to flatter, but they are made from the same materials, use the same shafts and grips, have the same design principles, and perform the same (or often better) as the Name Brands.
The important point is we use the same quality materials, the same casting foundries, the same quality assembly methods as all the big name brand producers. We buy our heads, shafts, and grips from exactly the same suppliers. We offer the same performance but provide you with BETTER VALUE.
Are some Golf Clones Illegal?
Illegal knockoffs and counterfeits are a significant problem in the golf industry. The Name Brands talk about illegal clubs ripping them off, but counterfeiters also rip us off and you too, the consumer. No one should buy products from an illegal counterfeiter. An illegal knockoff and/or counterfeit is a product that violates the legal trade dress rights, trademarks, patents or copyrights of another company. Historical examples of trade dress violators were the makers of the "king snake" which was an illegal knockoff of Cobra's King Cobra, the Tommy Mann Bummer, the Big Burser _ you get the point. An illegal knockoff rips off the violated company because it confuses the consumer and in some cases seeks to fool the consumer into thinking their product is actually the Name Brand Company's product. It rips us off because we play by the rules and lose business to shady operators who fool consumers into thinking they are buying a legitimate product. It rips you off if you buy their products because you have then violated the law and are holding illegal goods. That could very well negatively affect your game _ and, we do not want that to happen. We are very careful to not violate the valid rights of other companies. However, we do examine carefully the claims of companies and work hard to get into your hands the best products at the best price. We call this "value."
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Disclaimer: Patriot Golf only sells legal golf equipment as represented by our golf distributors, suppliers, and manufacturers. Golf Club performance is based solely on its own merits and quality. These clubs may bear some resemblance to one or more pro-line clubs, however, these clubs are not advertised, represented, or sold to be clones, copies, or imitations of any club other than the original manufacturer's. If a club head is found to infringe upon a patented design, please notify us and it will be removed immediately.