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There are a lot of big play­ers in the golf club busi­ness, and the com­pe­ti­tion is very fierce for golfers’ dis­pos­able in­come. It’s tough out there, as the clos­ing of big box stores, NIKE ex­it­ing the club and ball biz, and the “For Sale” sign hang­ing on Tay­lormade un­der­line. It’s even tougher for small op­er­a­tions, un­less you have a real game changer. En­ter Dean Knuth – who just hap­pens to have in­vented the Slope sys­tem for rat­ing cour­ses – and his High Heat. When most folks think of high heat, they en­vi­sion a lit­tle chin mu­sic from a guy like the Mets’ Noah Syn­der­gaard. Knuth’s High Heat is up there too. One of the rea­sons am­a­teurs love his metal woods is that they are able to hit them far­ther and straighter. Not a bad combo. It’s be­cause Knuth has fig­ured out a way to make the club­faces with Beta ti­ta­nium (as op­posed to the rest who use steel) that has a greater tram­po­line ef­fect than steel-- so the ball goes far­ther, even on off-cen­ter hits. And the cen­ter of grav­ity is lower and fur­ther back from the club­face, mak­ing it eas­ier to get the fair­way metal or hy­brid shot into the air. From start to fin­ish – which by the way is highly pol­ished and re­flec­tive – the High Heat line is de­signed with the av­er­age player in mind, not the sin­gle digit or pro. The clubs are avail­able on line at www.knuth­golf.com. They come with a 30-day money back guar­an­tee. Check them out and you may be bring­ing some high heat your­self.

If you are in­ter­ested in hav­ing your prod­uct fea­tured in "Golf Gear", Gear", please send me an email at cameron@golfto­daynw.com

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