The Lexus of Amateur Clubs Does It Again
Two years ago at The PGA Show in Orlando former USGA Senior Director Dean Knuth “The Pope of Slope” introduced his High Heat Driver to the world. The driver received rave reviews from the industry and today amateur golfers across the globe are playing better golf and enjoying the game more with High Heat in their bag. The simple premise of the very highest quality materials, innovating design and better playability for amateur golfers has made Knuth what they are today, a game changer. I was taken back by the mirror finish face, that supplied immediate feedback after every drive, the length of my drives and most of all the performance on miss-hits that seemed to all find the fairway. Needless to say my golf ball found a new best friend.
At the PGA Show last year Knuth introduced its new the High Heat 3-wood and 3 hybrid that captured the headlines, featuring much of the same technology as the driver, and a wider Beta titanium face instead of the traditional steel face. This combination makes it much easier to get the ball into the air, and provides extra distance especially on off-center hits. Over the years I have tried dozens of 3 woods with many different shafts and lofts, all resulting in flat low or hook flight.
The first time I hit the Knuth 3-wood off the deck I was amazed by not only the ball flight but the carry as well. Very much like the Knuth Driver the ball jumped off the clubface and was very easy to hit. Being an amateur golfer with a 10+ handicap means you do not find the sweet spot on a fairway wood to often. Let me say after hitting a dozen shots of the deck with this club, you may just feel the entire face is the sweet spot.
As good as the 3-wood played the 3- hybrid performed even better, long, straight, forgiving and once again easy to get air born. Both are great additions to my bag and solve a simple problem that I have had for years, getting to the green on shots over 200 yards. Once again this year, Knuth has introduced four new hybrids and two new fairway woods to the line, they too are made of the same quality materials engineered for game improvement for amateur players.
So let’s keep it simple here for all you amateur golfers out there. You’re not going to see High Heat advertising at the Masters or the U.S. Open this year with all the other Big Box players. They have taken that money and invested it in the quality, performance and craftsmanship of one of the most exciting lines of golf clubs in the world today that actually work.
Go get yours at knuthgolf.com and select New England Golf Monthly at checkout for $70 off the driver, $30 off fairway woods and $20 off hybrids. Buy all 3 and receive Free Shipping.
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