Club Champion Recorded Over 100,000 Appointments in 2019

Custom Club Fitter Hit Impressive Milestone Amid Rapid Growth


Willowbrook, IL — Tour-level fittings are an experience like no other — just ask the tens of thousands of custom-fit Club Champion customers who dialed their game in with the fitter last year. Over 100,000 appointments were recorded from January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019.

“We had a great year in terms of growth,” said Nick Sherburne, Club Champion founder. “We added two dozen new stores, over 70 new employees and of course, our appointment and revenue numbers grew alongside those other successes.”

Recognized as the top fitter, builder, and retailer of the best brands in golf, Club Champion stands out in a niche market. Their dynamic vision has catapulted them to be ranked as the #1 specialty fitter according to Golf Datatech, the golf industry’s market share monitor. They’ve also been ranked as a Top 100 Club Fitter by Golf Digest every year since the inception of the list, and they do more fitting volume than any other fitter in the country. The company’s thorough processes and attention to detail set them apart from the competition.


“We offer a service that every serious golfer can benefit from,” said Sherburne. “Our business model works because the service works – we can show measurable improvements for our customers, and that translates to happy golfers and a higher demand for what we do.”

Each store conducts an average of 500-1500 fittings per year, with many stores surpassing that.  Their Tour-quality fitting experience is sought after by golfers of every skill level, and their fitting studios service nearly every major golf market in the country.

Unlike traditional retailers that carry inventory and face significant price pressure, Club Champion fits and builds unique, custom clubs for their customers. Because their product is custom, they don’t compete against web-based retailers on price. As a result, the company is one of the fastest-growing retailers in golf with 2019 overall revenue growth up almost 50%. Expanding from just eight locations six years ago, the company currently has 70 retail studios with plans to open another 12 in 2020.

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According to Club Champion CEO Joe Lee, “By 2015, we had proven our new store concept as well as the ability to open multiple locations in a market. It was time to roll out Club Champion nationally. We knew the concept worked and that there was measurable demand, so we’ve been opening new locations at an accelerated pace since.”

The typical studio footprint is approximately 3,000 square feet and includes a minimum of two fitting bays equipped with TrackMan launch monitors, a SAM PuttLab, a build shop and features an extensive equipment wall with more choices than any other retail chain. Lee says, “The shaft wall, coupled with our expert fitters, is where a lot of the magic happens.”

Club Champion’s brand-agnostic approach has helped them succeed in a market that’s heavily influenced by brand advertisements. Because they focus on the golfer and not the manufacturer, they’re able to give each customer a unique and informative experience that delivers real results on the course. A Golf Digest study found that eight out of nine Club Champion custom-fit golfers lowered their scores by as much as six strokes per round and added an average of 21 yards off the tee. A similar study by GOLF Magazine found an average of 15 yards with Club Champion-fitted irons.


Lee believes in the Club Champion method and the results it garners. “Other people sell golf clubs, we sell improvement,” he said. “We not only solve equipment problems, but we show and explain why each particular piece of equipment (shaft, head, and grip) works for their unique swing.”

For more information about custom club fitting and Club Champion’s process, please visit

Thinking of Making A Switch – My Golf Swing

Alright, so I’m thinking of making a switch. But, it may not be in the sense that you’re thinking of. It’s not a matter of making some swing mechanics changes. I’m actually putting a lot of thought into making a switch and playing golf left-handed as opposed to right-handed.

Maybe it’s boredom and me just having too much time on my hands but it’s a thought that I’m serious contemplating. As some of my readers know, I’m fighting a Diabetic Foot Ulcer on my right toe. I got home from the PGA Show in January and I was feeling fine. No signs of feeling ill. That was a Wednesday (the 29th) when I got home. By the time Friday had come, something systemically had changed. My Black Lab (Muskoka) started to hang around my right foot sort of nursing it. By Saturday and Sunday, he was pinning my foot down really going after it.


Muskoka, always at my side.

He has a history of doing this, as he did the same thing back in January 2014. That was a year where I returned home Florida from the PGA Show and I developed an infection. In that case, I had developed the infection down there. I remember the redness, the redness spreading, the fever and chills and by the time I was on my flight home, I was really sick. I ended up fighting Gangrene and nearly lost my toe, foot, and lower leg.

So here I am, 6-years later to the day and in the words of New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra “it’s like Deja-Vous all over again”. I called the doctor’s office and told them what was going on. How Muskoka was going after my foot. So they ushered me in immediately after my phone call. The long and short of it was that Muskoka had sniffed out infection and consequently a Diabetic Foot Ulcer seemingly overnight and it was already down to the bone. Scary stuff. I was put on a massive dose of antibiotics (1800 mg of Clindamycin) and a bunch of lab tests and x-rays were ordered. Those results came back good although I’m still waiting on the x-ray results. My boy did it again. He saved me again (there’s more to this statement than I care to elaborate on). Muskoka is my hero.


My hero “Muskoka” through the years.

This past Monday, my doctor admitted that it was looking really bleak and there was thought already that this ends in at least an amputation of the toe. There was an improvement and the antibiotics are doing their job. Fingers crossed.

So how does this tie into golf and me thinking about changing my swing? From right-handed to left-handed? Well, some time ago my coach said “You know, I like your swing better left-handed” one day during a session. I was just horsing around with my Orange Whip Trainer. Occasionally, I will putt left-handed and the results of doing that are pretty funny actually. When I do, I see the ball and the hole much better. I’m left-hand dominant (a natural southpaw) where the only thing that I do right-handed is play hockey (when I played). When it comes to putting left-handed the ball is right in the middle of my stance. When I putt right-handed the ball position is much more towards the lead heel. It’s the same in the full-swing too. The ball position is perfect (pitching and chipping included) as it stands now, I actually have to concentrate on ball position at times.


Here we go again. A Diabetic Foot Ulcer. If you know a Diabetic please preach good foot care.

The idea of making this change actually comes after something my foot care nurse Paul said. Paul is a golfer as well and I actually know him going way back to when I first took up the game. We were members of a course. At any rate, I had an appointment on January 16th with him right before leaving for Florida this year. In a routine check-up (foot care is vital for Diabetics) he said to me “You must really torque off of that back foot and toe” to which I responded, “You’re right”. It’s always the right foot/toe that develops this problem. Never the left. Between all of the miles that I walk at the show and all of the swings that I make just maybe there’s something to the theory offered by my wife, friends, and family. So I’m thinking, do I make a switch out of necessity or stay “par for the course”?

A switch may prevent this issue from occurring again. Or it might put my left foot in harm’s way as well. All that I know is there really seems to be a difference from either side of the ball on how the game looks. Thoughts?

Until The Next Tee!!

#seeuonthenexttee #fightandgrind

“First Impressions” Review – Tour Edge Exotics EXS 220 (Driver)

Sequels. So often they can be very disappointing. For example, Caddyshack vs Caddyshack 2 is an example of a sequel that didn’t quite live up to the original.

The biggest sequel that I was curious to see at the 2020 PGA Show Demo Day was that of Tour Edge Golf. What would the Batavia, Illinois based company do for an encore? 2019 proved to be Tour Edge Golf’s most successful year ever. A development that didn’t surprise me at all. The EXS range of products was fantastic, the CBX 119 metalwoods were played by several Champions Tour players, and these were products that offered plenty of “bang for the golfer buck”. I made the prediction here November 2018 that the Tour Edge Exotics EXS range was going to be a serious “sleeper” among golf consumers. When you have a highly successful range of products, sometimes it’s hard to repeat. Would that be the case in 2020?

When pictures and information emerged about the Tour Edge Golf Exotics EXS 220 metalwoods, I had a couple of initial thoughts.

  1. They looked fantastic.
  2. The EXS 220 metalwoods looked like a “love child” of the CBX 119 and the EXS.

So let’s have a look to see if the EXS 220 driver would live up to the pressure of being the heir to the Teezy Award Finalist EXS driver (Finished in 3rd).


The Set-Up

When it came to the design of the EXS 220 driver the R&D team at Tour Edge Golf did their homework. The EXS of 2019 was packed full of technology for the price point and this year, the EXS 220 features even more technology. The technology incorporated into the EXS 220 driver includes.

  1. A slightly larger footprint to facilitate the use of an adjustable 9-gram back weight. This results in an extremely high MOI.
  2. Triple Carbon Fiber is featured on the crown, heel, and sole. The use of this extremely lightweight carbon allowed Tour Edge engineers to utilize extreme weight savings from these locations, and place the weight further back into the clubhead.
  3. “Diamond Face” technology features 42 different thick and thin diamond shapes which produce a generous sweet spot. The Diamond Face produces a hotter face with faster ball speeds, reduction of spin and better performance on off-center hits.
  4. Engineers added a “Sound Diffusion Bar”. The bar was developed to enhance the acoustics of the EXS 220 driver.

The EXS 220 driver is available in three lofts. The EXS 220 driver comes in lofts of 9.5*, 10.5*, and 12*. An adjustable hosel allows for changes in lofts +/- 2*. Last but not least is that the EXS 220 driver comes with “SpeedTested” shafts. Tour Edge conducted comprehensive robotic testing to see which shaft paired best for each swing speed.


The Transition

With all of the technical jargon taken care of, the time has come to get down to business. How did the EXS 220 perform and did it live up to my expectations? The conditions were tough on Demo Day, and I was happy about it. The wind was cold and blew left to right. Perfect for knocking the ball out of the air.

First of all, from an aesthetic point of view, the Exotics EXS 220 is a great-looking driver. The carbon fiber crown really stands out (refer to the above pic) and it’s clean (other than the “E” alignment aid). Flipping the club over, the sole features the “SlipStream Sole” which helps with aerodynamics and potential increases in clubhead speed. But, I really like the combination of the blue and red accenting with the silver of the adjustable weight and the carbon fiber weave. Lastly, I like the simple branding out towards the mid-section placed between the toe and the trailing edge.

I put the SpeedTested shaft to work. In my case, I opted for the stiff flex Project X HZRDUS Smoke Yellow in 60-grams. I swing above 95 mph so that was the obvious choice. To that end, in my case, the shaft worked out really well. The shaft was able to keep up with me and there was zero evidence of a ballooning ballflight. So it was a good choice. However, I learned something about myself later during Demo Day. For some reason, heavier more stout shafts were working better for me. I didn’t think I was an X-flex any longer. Maybe, I should have tried an X-flex? Either way, my dispersion was great with EXS 220 paired with the stiff PX HZRDUS Smoke Yellow.

The ball jumps off of the face and there was one thing that I noticed in particular. The improved acoustics. If 2019s EXS had an issue it might have been the sound at impact. Tour Edge Golf engineers did great in placing the Sound Diffusion Bar in the head. The placement is set in the head, not quite halfway back. The acoustics are ear-pleasing and are what I would describe as “authoritative”. When you put a good swing on with the EXS 220 driver… You know it. You hear it, see it and feel it.

The launch with the EXS 220 was perfect in the stock 9.5* set-up. The ballflight penetrated in those conditions and the ball just seemed to carry. Remember that this was a cold, knock-down wind. Perhaps, there is stock in the “Diamond Face” technology.

The EXS 220 driver is plenty forgiving too. As it should be with the MOI numbers that are associated with it. Toe and heel strikes did not result in horrible misses or spinny, ballooning shots.


The Finish

The EXS 220 driver is a definite upgrade and improvement over 2019s EXS. It’s a bonafide finalist and contender for the “Top Driver” Teezy Award. Long, straight, low-spinning and forgiving. I’d recommend any golfer looking for a driver in 2020 to have a look at and make swings with the EXS 220. There is a ton of technology packed into this driver and the SpeedTested shaft pairing worked for me. Everyone is different though. What works for me or your playing partner, may not work for you. But, what a great baseline to start with.

The retail of the EXS 220 is $349.99. That’s $50 more than last year’s EXS and it’s worth it. Even at this price, it’s much lower than several competitors in the industry. You will never see me refer to EXS or EXS 220 as a “value” driver. It’s premium… Period! Tour Edge Golf is right. “Pound for pound, Nothing else comes close”.

Until The Next Tee!!

#fightandgrind #seeuonthenexttee





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STITCH® Golf Introduces Bonesman Polos DARE TO BE DANGEROUS

(APEX, NC, February 3, 2020) —STITCH Golf announces the re-launch of the Bonesman
Polo, originally released as a limited edition item in November, 2019, and brought back and expanded by popular demand.

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“We created the Bonesman polo for those looking to add some edge to their style,” stated
Brad King, CEO of STITCH. “These are the polos I want to wear when driving an old sports car, they dare you to feel dangerous.”

Whether you are at the course or in the boardroom, the Bonesman polos will make you feel the same way you feel when you are pushing down the throttle of an old Porsche racing car. Constructed with 95% Egyptian Giza cotton and 5% spandex, the Bonesman polo is as comfortable as it is functional. Self-stay collar with under buttons and signature STITCH Bonesman appliqué, the Bonesman solid polo, available in six colors, has a two-button placket while the striped polo, available in four colors, comes with a four-button placket and chest pocket.

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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.
The Bonesman polo is available for purchase at and leading golf,
country clubs and select retailers. Stay connected with STITCH Golf on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @StitchGolf

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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

Lilly Pulitzer Launches Honda Classic Capsule

It’s Valentine’s Day. A day of love. When you love someone or something it means that you care.

Lilly Pulitzer. This was a booth that stood out in my mind from the 2020 PGA Show. Even though I didn’t stop I vividly recollect the bright, cheerful colours and the neon signage that lit up the booth.

Lilly Pulitzer is an apparel brand, that offers men and women’s golf apparel and more. Recently, Lilly Pulitzer introduced the “Honda Classic Capsule” which is offered in 13 different styles. The prints have a variety of images incorporated into them including palm trees, golf clubs, and a golf course. Everything that you might think of when you think of SoFLA golf.


Most notably, Lilly Pulitzer is donating $51,000 towards “Honda Classic Cares”. An organization that “supports initiatives that advance and enhance the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of childhood diseases and disorders”. If you’re planning on attending the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens please visit their “pop-up” shop that Lily Pulitzer will be setting up.

For more details, please see the press release below as shared by Tatum Murray of Allison Brod Marketing + Communications.

Until The Next Tee!!

#fightandgrind #seeuonthenexttee


Lilly Pulitzer launched its latest Print with Purpose – the Honda Classic Capsule Collection.This year’s Honda Classic print is available in over 13 best-selling styles and golf necessities for women and men and features the iconic Honda Classic golf course – complete with golf clubs, palm trees and the rolling Florida green golf course.


Whimsical and sporty all at once, this collection is for the first time golfer or the golfing pro and of course, the golfing spectators. With this Print with Purpose, Lilly Pulitzer is supporting Honda Classic Cares with a donation of $51,000 toward the organization. Honda Classic Cares supports initiatives that advance and enhance the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of childhood diseases and disorders. Last year, the Honda Classic Tournament raised over $5.1 million dollars which supported over 75,000 children in need.


Are you planning to attend this year’s Honda Classic Tournament in Palm Beach from February 24th – March 1st? We would love to have you join us at the Lilly Pulitzer Pop-Up tent – a colorful cabana complete with a bar, curated pop-up shop, interactive photo booth and prime viewing opportunities of the 10th green and 9th tee. Let us know if you’re attending the tournament and are interested in stopping by!



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REVIEW – SUB 70 Golf 699 Pro Irons

SUB 70 Golf, what could I possibly say about their golf equipment? In my previous testing of the 699 irons and their Pro Fairway Wood, I learned a lot (Please see that review here). It’s very high-quality golf equipment, their products perform just as good (if not better) than golf’s “Goliath’s” and it’s equipment that’s very affordable.

I had discussions through various e-mails and a terrific telephone call with the CEO/Founder of SUB 70 Jason Hiland shortly after they announced that a 699 Pro iron was being released. We discussed a testing opportunity and I received the privilege to test a 7-iron of the 699 Pro irons.


The Set-Up

The 699 Pro irons are built on the same chassis as the very popular 699 irons. Features include a face which is a “1.7mm wide sliver of 455 Carpenter Steel, allowing for maximum compression”. Also, seeing that the 699 Pro irons are a hollow-bodied design, SUB 70 Golf utilizes TPE (a type of resin) which aids in improving the sound and feel at impact while stabilizing the face. But that’s where the similarities end.


In developing the 699 Pro irons, SUB 70 Golf learned that while golfers really liked the original 699s, better players wanted to see a couple of things. A thinner topline, a more compact head, and last but not least. Less offset. Ask and you shall receive! You get those characteristics in the 699 Pro irons. A golf manufacturer that listens to feedback from the golf consumer. How novel!!

Another difference in the 699 Pro irons is the finish. “Out” is the brushed satin chrome look and “in” is a stealthy black finish which SUB 70 refers to as its QPQ finish. The Quench Polish Quench finish “is a specialized type of nitrocarburizing case hardening that increases corrosion resistance and wear resistance. The name refers to the three steps involved: nitrocarburizing, polishing, and post-oxidizing. This finishing process provides a surface condition that protects against corrosion and wear, superior than hard chrome or nickel plating”.


The Transition

First of all, I just wanted to talk about the customer service provided by the team at SUB 70. The customer service at SUB 70 is second to nobody in the golf industry.

Do you need your clubs made to certain specifications? SUB 70 will customize your clubs for loft, length, and lie at no additional charge. In my case, for the purposes of the review, I went with +1/4″ longer than standard, 2* flat with standard lofts. The shaft I opted to go with was the Project X Graphite in 6.0 flex.

I was excited to receive my tester 7-iron and I wasted no time in picking up my club upon receiving notice that it arrived. I opened the box, and there it laid in front of me. Upon unsheathing the 7-iron from its plastic cocoon laid a beautiful, murdered out piece of golf equipment. All-black, and it looked sharp. What really caught my eye however was, the personal touch of the hand-written note from their CEO (Jason Hiland). In my book, little things go a long way. Class.


So, is there a difference between the 699 vs the 699 Pro? Yes! And you can tell right away. The top-line has been “shaved down” and is noticeably thinner. I loved looking down at the 699 Pro iron and the lesser offset is very eye-pleasing. Overall, SUB 70 got the aesthetics of the 699 Pro irons… Right!

Performance is what you want to know about, right? I made my way to the Paddock Golf Dome in Tonawanda, NY to break it in. After warming up, I made my first swing and that first pass was met with a very sharp “crack”. The feel just resonated right from the head and through my hands. The feel was “hot”. The ball was very responsive as it jumped off of the face. That first swing, a tight draw! Swing after swing that first session yielded more of the same. Flighting the golf ball was a breeze and so was working the golf ball in either direction. I left the facility very impressed after the debut session.

Testing would include some early on-course testing in pretty nasty conditions. Outdoor driving ranges and on-course testing. Full swings in the cold (temperature’s hovering around just above freezing) resulted in carry distances of 160-165 yards. The performance of the 699 Pro irons was consistent and impressive, to say the least. Are they forgiving? Yes, there is a degree of forgiveness to them. Strikes off of the toe are not severely punished. While there is distance loss, strikes stayed on line.

Recently, while I was down in Florida for the PGA Show, I managed to get some post-show golf in. During a round at Southport Springs Golf Club, I used the 7-iron to tee off of the Par 4 1st Hole and it was a shot that put me into perfect position for my approach into the green. The 699 Pro 7-iron was my “go-to” club that round and I used it to rescue myself from under low-hanging trees draped in Spanish Moss. That shot, I left my tee shot right with about 115 yards left to the green. I set the ball back and hit a perfect punch shot with the 99 Pro 7-iron. The ball would settle to 5 feet from the pin setting up a birdie.

I had an issue with the finish wearing off quickly. During a great discussion with Mr. Hiland at the PGA Show, I asked him about the finish wearing fast. I actually asked Jason if it was meant to go “raw”. I was informed that my sample was an early model. The finish of my tester was black PVD and not the QPQ finish.

The Finish

The 699 Pro irons are winners. They are a golf club that I feel extremely comfortable with and I would have no issue putting them into play when it counts. A golf club that is best described as a “Player’s Distance” golf club. Low and mid-handicap golfers will love the 699 Pro irons. They produce a slightly flatter ballflight than my gamers in head-to-head testing. Wind-cheaters, workable, forgiving, and hot.

Their scheduled release is set for late-February. A set of 699 Pro irons will run $534 for their stock set. Upgraded shafts are available with an upcharge.

Truth be told, if they would have been present at the 2020 PGA Show the 699 Pro irons would have been finalists for a Teezy Award in the “Player’s/Player’s Distance” Category. SUB 70 Golf uses the tagline “Expectations Redefined” and they exemplify this.


Until The Next Tee!!

#fightandgrind #seeuonthenexttee





Golf Ball Tender Helps Protect From Frayed Cups Resulting From New USGA Flagstick Rule

Are you sick of getting up to the green, pulling the pin just to see that someone wasn’t careful when they pulled the pin or replaced it? A chunk missing out of the cup. I know that I, for one, have coloured the air blue when I’ve seen this. This product might appeal to golf course Superintendents, Directors of Golf, greenskeeping staff, and golfers alike. The Golf Ball Tender.

Please see the press release as shared below by Jennifer Dixon from PR firm Jamison Golf Group.

Until The Next Tee!!

#fightandgrind #seeuonthenexttee


HOLLAND, MI (February 5, 2020) – Millions of recreational golfers, and even some on the professional tours, have taken full advantage of the USGA rules change last year that allows putting with the flagstick remaining in the hole. The one big benefit is that it has helped speed up play.

One unforeseen pitfall of the new rule, however, is that cup edges are becoming frayed because players are reaching into the tighter space for their golf balls. But now there is a solution.

The Golf Ball Tender is a pliable disk that attaches to the stem of the flagstick, resting at the bottom of the cup. Players simply lift the flagstick to retrieve the ball. The Golf Ball Tender is not visible until the flagstick is pulled from the hole. What’s more, Golf Ball Tender helps protect the green from damage caused by carelessly dropping the flagstick on the green, and also acts as a guide when replacing the pin in the hole.

“The rule has increased pace of play but often at the cost of crisp edges on the hole, especially when you consider that nearly 50% of golfers now putt with the flagstick in,” said Larry Koning, inventor of the Golf Ball Tender. “In addition to indirectly encouraging players to reach down with two fingers, the new rule increases the frequency of players attempting to “pop” the ball out of the hole by yanking out the flag. These harmful techniques cause damage, which negatively impacts the experience for subsequent players. The Golf Ball Tender makes ball retrieval faster and more convenient, easier for elderly and enhances pace of play as the new rule intended.”

Golf Ball tender is made of a soft rubberized pliable material that will not damage the greens, unlike other products on the market. It fits all flagsticks and snaps on in seconds. No disassembling of the flagstick is necessary.

There is one other important benefit resulting from using The Golf Ball Tender. Players no longer have to bend over the retrieve their ball from the cup.

“Back problems are common among golfers,” said Koning. “Bending over to get your ball out of the cup adds to this problem. With our product, that issue is eliminated.”

The Golf Ball Tender is available in custom colors. A set of 18 costs $215. For more information or to purchase a set, visit, or call 800-471-1345.


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