The difference in Tour Issue Clubs over retail clubs is very significant. Retail clubs can be very misleading. The tolerances they allow for are 10 times greater the tolerances on tour vans. If a club is stamped 10.5 and is supposed to be 1.5 open it may very well be 9.6, and 2.5 open. Every specification on a tour issue club is measured, and marked. They then COR test the clubs, making sure they are eligible for use on tour. Tour Issue Clubs are also hot melted for use on tour. Hot melt can be used to do many things, create a draw, fade, lower or high spin, however mostly it’s used for feel.
There are also some clubs, shafts, and finishes that are tour only. They were designed for tour use only and will never be released to the public. Ask anyone who has played a tour issue golf club, there is no comparison.
“Will is one of the best in the business! Top notch tour issue equipment and service as well. I recently purchased an R11 dot head from him and it outperforms my back up retail R11 by 15 yards!!! I've been a repeat customer and do not hesitate bringing my business back to him. I highly recommend him to anyone looking to step up their game with top quality tour issue gear. Thanks again Will!!!”
-Patrick from California
"Played very well yesterday the irons feel awesome shot 2 over 74. Cold windy 31 degrees had a blast!! Thanks again for everything I now carry your driver 3 wood and irons that you did for me. Your work and knowledge is second to none."
- David in Pensylvania
"I simply cannot tell you how pleased I am with this club. It is FLAT OUT amazing and will be a game changer for me. I hit it today for the first time and got the coveted high bomb that I’ve been looking for."
-Tyler in Washington
"Anytime I want a new club or shaft Will is the only person I call. He has a unique combination of knowledge and customer service that is exactly what I'm looking for and hard to find. The product he delivers is also second to none. Thanks for all the sweet sticks Will!"
- Tripp in NC