Review: SMT Golf

January 24, 2011

Today’s post takes a look at one of the great finds of my golfing career: SMT Golf.

I’m not sure exactly how I found SMT. I wish I could remember so I could tell you. However, what I CAN tell you is that I am very happy I found them.

Anyone who has been to a big box store knows the frustration. You go to Golfsmith or PGA Tour Superstore or Edwin Watts; you try a bunch of drivers; most of them feel the same. You like one of them maybe a little more than the others; it’s priced at $399. You try to trade in your old one and get $40 or so on your trade. Two weeks later you see your old driver on the used rack for $150 and the one you just paid $399 is on clearance for $249. You spend the rest of your time with the club avoiding any possibility of scratching it or knicking it because you spent WAY too much money on it. It’s a frustrating experience that you only have to have once to be turned away. Hence, why I was looking for something more. What I found was SMT.

SMT Golf (www.smtgolf.com/) is a component club maker in Oswego, Illinois. SMT makes Read the rest of this entry »

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