HIGH HEAT 257+ HAS THE MOST SIGNIFICANT NEW TECHNOLOGY
FOR AMATEUR GOLFERS BECAUSE IT INCREASES THEIR EXISTING
"AVERAGE" DRIVING AND METAL WOOD DISTANCES MUCH CLOSER
TO THEIR "BEST" DISTANCES.
When amateur golfers are asked about the distance they hit their driver or metal woods the most common answer is something like this:
When I hit it well I go between X and Y yards, but my "average" is a number (between 10-30 yards less).
The major reason for these differences is because amateurs hit the ball all over the face and they lose substantial distance when they hit it on the toe or the heel or hit it below the center of the face.
Two years ago, for the first time the USGA permitted a conforming golf face to have a much higher "spring-like" effect in the large toe and heel areas up to 275 CT compared to 257 CT in the center of the face which the USGA called the "Impact Area". "CT" measures the amount of time the ball can stay on the face and the longer the time it stays on the face the more energy the ball has for more ball speed and distance. The Impact Area, which is less than 1 inch from the large toe and heel areas where the CT was increased, is shown below.
This significant increase in the "spring-like" effect in the large toe and heel areas cannot be overstated. With the proper technology, this Rule permits a significant increase in toe and heel distances making amateur golfers' "average" distances much closer to their "best" distances! But this significant increase in CT where amateurs need it the most was seemingly impossible. Why?
Because as a matter of physics golf faces perform like a trampoline with the most "spring-like" effect and distance always occurring on or near the middle of the face and the least amount of distance occurring in toe and heel areas of the face.
So seemingly impossible, no brand has offered any club with a "spring-like" effect higher in the large toe and heel areas than in the center of the face as permitted by the new USGA 2016 CT Rule.
Knuth Golf, dedicated to designing golf clubs that optimize performance for amateur golfers, invented a novel 3-trampoline technology in the design of its driver and metal woods faces, delivering greater distance on heel and toe hits. To see how it was accomplished read here.
With our novel 3-trampoline technology, High Heat's 257+ clubs' CT values are much higher than Callaway GBB Epic, TaylorMade M2, and Titleist 917D2's average CT values, as shown below.
Sean "The Beast" Fister, Hall of Famer and three-time World Long Drive Champion tested High Heat's 257+ driver and 3 wood against these clubs' toe and heel areas at 100 mph on Trackman. He found, on average, High Heat 257+ was 20 yards longer than these major brands.
But there is more.
With High Heat 257+ amateurs will obtain about the same distance on toe and heel hits as they do from hits in the center of the face. "Amazing" was the PGA teaching pros' most common comment at the PGA Demo Day when their toe and heel hits were as long as their center hits.
If you are like most golfers, many of your tee shots are hit in the toe and heel areas leaving you too far from the green to reach in regulation. Or even if you are close enough, your toe and heel approach shots often come up short of the green and in both instances this often results in a bogey. With High Heat 257+ drivers and metal woods with our 3-trampoline technology you will reach more greens in regulation for lower scores.
With our original High Heat, our customers improved their distance and accuracy for more greens in regulation for much lower scores because of our award winning Optimal CG technology explained below. However, with 257+ our customers and you will do even much better on toe and heel hits with more greens in regulation and even lower scores.
Three years ago, our company took the industry by storm with the introduction of the High Heat driver, which is designed to optimize the performance of amateur golfers and not the Tour pros. Our driver's CG was below the center of the face and 18% lower and 25% deeper than the average major brand's drivers CG location which was above the center of the face, and approximately 45 mm from the back of the face instead of on average 36 mm from the back of the face.
Major brands located their CG above the center of the face which is where the Tour pros like it because they consistently hit it high on the face. But amateur golfers need a CG that is below the center of the face because that is where they hit it most of the time, and if hit below the CG, there is a significant loss of distance.
In naming “High Heat’s 18% lower and 25% deeper CG as having the most significant technological innovation of any golf club, and the best driver, Gary Van Sickle, of Sports Illustrated and Golf.com stated " you do not need a physics degree to know that by lowering the center of gravity below the center of the face, a flock of previously mis-hit shots turn into sweet-spot drives. This is a potential game changer for amateur golfers and an advantage compared to playing with major brands.”
Major brands' CG are located close to face because that optimizes the performance of Tour pros with 114+ swing speeds. But amateur golfers need a much deeper CG because it increases the club's Moment of Inertia ("MOI") so that off center hits twist less and therefore there is a reduced loss of distance. In addition, a higher MOI reduces the amount of dispersion with an increase in the amount of accuracy. See below.
High Heat's 257+ driver and metal woods preserve this same award winning lower and deeper CG but improve its performance on toe and heel hits with its 3-trampoline technology for improved performance for amateur golfers. With the addition of the 3-trampoline technology the "best" driver and metal woods for amateurs are now even better.
Dean Knuth, nicknamed the “Pope of Slope” for inventing the United States Golf Association’s Course Rating and Slope Systems, designed High Heat specifically for amateur golfers to optimize their much lower swing speeds and performance needs than Tour pros.
For inventing the USGA Course Rating and Slope Systems, Dean was one of eight persons named by Golf Digest as inventing the “eight most important technologies” in the last 50 years of the 21st century.
Dean was awarded the “Top Innovator of Golf Clubs” in the industry by Golf, Inc. Magazine for his unique Optimal Center of Gravity and Fire Zone Face Technologies.
"I guarantee with High Heat’s 3-Trampoline and Optimal CG Game Changer Technologies amateurs will land in more fairways with added distance and on more greens with their approach shots for lower scores.”
- Dean Knuth
HIGH HEAT 257+ drivers and fairway woods, which made the best driver and metal woods even better will be delivered in late April and “hybrids will be delivered in June. We are offering pre launch special prices for all orders submitted before March 15. Drivers reduced from $499 to $429; fairway woods from $329 to $279 and hybrids from $257 to $227. All come with our 30-day guarantee that begins on the date your club is delivered.
The prices of our current diver and metal woods have been reduced from $399 to $329 for the driver, $299 to $269 for our fairway woods; and $249 to $219 for our hybrids. All come with our 30-day guarantee that begins on the date your club is delivered.
“If you are going to do one thing with your golf game, the best thing you can do is get yourself some High Heat. Get the driver, get the fairway woods and get the hybrids. It's a win, win, win.”
Chuck Garbedian On Golf - ESPN Radio
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