Introduction to Review – SUB 70 Golf 699 Pro Irons

Many thanks go out to the Founder and CEO of SUB 70 Golf (Jason Hiland) for giving me the opportunity to put the NEW 699 Pro irons through the paces.

A couple of weeks ago, the Sycamore, Illinois-based independent golf manufacturer announced that they had a new iron that was to be released in January. The iron… The 699 Pro. An iron that grabbed my attention right away when they posted a picture of it over social media. Shortly after the released picture, I exchanged a few emails with Mr. Hiland which led to a terrific telephone call where we discussed the 699 Pro irons and SUB 70 Golf in general. If there’s a brand that I can stand behind, it’s a brand like SUB 70 Golf. Why?

There are a couple of reasons.

  • The price point of their equipment is highly competitive and second to nobody. They might offer the best bang for the “golfer buck.
  • Just because the price point is significantly lower than the competition doesn’t mean that they “skimp” on quality. The products are of high quality.
  • They care about the consumer. It’s little things like a hand-written note thanking you for your purchase or putting a new piece of equipment through its paces.
  • They listen to the consumer and take recommendations into account. That’s actually how the 699 Pro irons came to be.

What are we looking at when we talk about the 699 Pro irons. Well, we have the same technology that was packed into their popular 699 irons (so popular in fact that they brought out left-handed versions of that iron) and placed it into a smaller, more compact head with less offset, and a thinner top line. The 699 Pro irons retain the same 17mm face as its predecessor. This thin-faced, hollow body design gives golfers the maximum in ball speed of off the face and a crisp, hot feel.

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The head of the 699 Pro is black. Using their Quench polish quench (QPQ) which “is a specialized type of nitrocarburizing case hardening that increases corrosion resistance and wear resistance” gives the 699 Pro irons a sleek, sexy, and stealthy look.

I received my 699 Pro 7-iron yesterday and immediately took it to the Paddock Golf Dome in Tonawanda, NY for some initial swings. The first impression was staggering. In a great way.

Stay tuned right for a review in the near future.

Until The Next Tee!!

STITCH® Golf Introduces New Layering Pieces

DRESS YOUR GAME™

(APEX, NC, December 30, 2019) —STITCH Golf announces the release of four new layering pieces-a perfect combination of style, performance, and function. Designed to flow seamlessly from the course to the office these new highly functional tops encompass brand new color stories offering a fresh look that gives added depth to these seasonal palettes.

“We created these new layering pieces for comfort and performance while staying true to our roots,” stated Brad King, CEO of STITCH. “These pieces, ranging from ¼ zips to crew neck sweaters to our new hoodie, are sure to be basic staples for today’s discerning golfer and re-emphasizes the importance we place on versatility.”

STITCH Golf continues its innovation by incorporating cutting edge technically advanced fabrics to create a rich hand feel with a sophisticated style all created and inspired for today’s modern golfer. By creating cohesive looks with details that perform, STITCH Golf has made it easy to dress your game to match your style and personality.

Daytona: Your favorite STITCH sweater created with all the STITCH details. Constructed
with our super soft 100% extra fine merino wool, the Daytona ¼ zip placket sweater is
equipped with our re-engineered technical zipper that has a locking mechanism that
ensures your zipper stays right where you want it. Offered in some of our favorite colors,
including Stitch Navy and Stitch Blue, these sweaters pair perfectly with any of our polos.

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Monza Color Block: You can never have too many gray sweaters. We’re feeling color block this season and this Monza crewneck is a favorite.  Made from 100% Italian merino wool, this 4-way stretch sweater could be your new favorite too!

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Grand Prix Color Block: When you can’t decide between Stitch Blue or Stitch navy, we
have you covered in our Grand Prix color block pullover. Updated with our exposed
technical zipper, breathable fabrics, ribbed cuffs and collar, this sweater will keep you
warm both on and off the course.

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Race Block Full-Zip: A STITCH designer favorite. This sweater has it all: color block details, full zip, signature orange grommets, and a hood…what more could you ask for? This lightweight sweater can be worn year-round and is perfect whether you are hitting the links or strolling the city streets.

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This collection is available for purchase at http://www.stitchgolf.com and leading golf, country
clubs and select retailers. Stay connected with STITCH Golf on Twitter, Instagram, and
Facebook at @StitchGolf

About STITCH Golf

Founded in 2012 as a headcover company, STITCH is known for designing and creating
products with precise attention to detail, all the way down to the last stitch. Based in Apex, North Carolina, STITCH gives a unique experience, whether it’s the high-quality leather used in our headcovers, the durable waterproof fabrics in our bags and gear or the fashionable color schemes seen in our apparel. STITCH products are designed to be effortlessly fashionable, allowing you to create a stylish, comfortable and color-coordinated look-on and off the course. Designed with details that perform, our line of golf bags and gear, travel bags and apparel combine function and fashion with three themes in mind:
DRESS YOUR GAME™, ARRIVE IN STYLE™ and FROM WORK TO PLAY™. STITCH products
are available at leading golf, country clubs and select retailers around the world and at:
http://www.stitchgolf.com