Knuth Golf made headlines with its introduction of the highly acclaimed High Heat driver at the 2015 PGA Show. Now, Knuth Golf is launching a line of High Heat fairway woods and hybrids at the Demo Day at Orange County National on Tuesday, Jan. 26. Knuth representatives will then be available for meetings in ClubING, Room 309A, throughout the three-day show.
Knuth’s High Heat Driver was called by Sports Illustrated writer Gary Van Sickle “the most significant technological innovation in golf equipment from this year’s PGA Merchandise Show and . . . a potential game changer for all amateur golfers since a flock of previously mis-hit shots turn into sweet-spot drives.”
The High Heat fairway woods and hybrids promise to be just as popular and successful. They will come with Knuth Golf’s Optimal Center of Gravity (CG) Game Changer and Fire Zone Face Technologies™ that enabled its High Heat driver to provide all amateur golfers with a 25% deeper and 18% lower CG compared to major brands’ average CG location that resulted in it being longer, straighter and more forgiving according to Golf Laboratories, which is the world’s recognized leading robot testing company.
In addition, there are four other design features by former USGA Senior Director Dean Knuth that differentiate the High Heat fairway woods and hybrids from their competitors:
1) High Heat’s fairway woods and hybrids feature a Beta titanium cup face, providing a significantly increased spring-like effect across the entire face for extra distance and increased forgiveness.
2) The High Heat fairway woods feature a much wider club face than major brands. Since most of amateurs’ off-center misses are on the toe or heel, the wider face provides a higher spring-like effect and more forgiveness.
3) Most amateurs struggle to get their 3 wood into the air, so Knuth addressed this in his design. With its deep and low CG High Heat’s fairway woods, produce a higher launch angle that helps get the ball airborne.
4) The High Heat hybrids will also be easier to hit because of their much deeper and lower CG and because the CG angle is approximately 25% larger than major brands’ leading models’ average CG angle.
For more information about Knuth Golf, visit www.knuthgolf.com or call 410-353-0446.
Among the many activities scheduled for ClubING are:
- Coffee each morning from 8 to 10
- Media Awards and Reception, Wednesday, 4:45 to 6:30.
- Johnny Miller Q&A, Wednesday, 5:15
- Pellucid State of the Industry Presentation, Thursday at 10:30 and 2:30.
- ING Industry Honors Presentation, Thursday, 12:30.
Also from the ClubING room, ING will provide details about its 26th Annual ING Spring Conference, scheduled for May 22-26 2016 at the Zermatt Resort in Heber Valley, Utah. The conference includes various networking sessions, a Demo Day, educational seminars and golf tournaments. Members of the golf industry and golf media are invited to attend.