Yardage Gapping

Yardage Gapping

With tournament season still underway and travel golf being planned, now is the time to make sure your equipment does not take a winter break. While you are practicing and still continuing to work on your game, we must always make sure our yardage gapping is consistent. That also include lofts and lies, which will change over time just from hitting off the matts. The metals used today are soft and have a tendency to change over time. The average tour player makes sure their tools are where they need to be every 2 to 3 weeks.Some carry records always with them if adjustments need to be made or if tweaks need to be done. 2019 is around the corner so please schedule a time with Dustin or myself so we can fine tune your set. Happy holidays from the team from SWAG Custom Shop.

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