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OPTIMAL CG GAME CHANGER TECHNOLOGY
Center of Gravity (CG) Placement is Critical for Amateurs
For years, the major brands located their CG close to the face and above the center of the face which is where their Tour pros wanted it to benefit their swing path, swing speed and ability to consistently hit on or near the center of the face.
LINKS Magazine had stated moving the location of the Center of Gravity (“CG”) just one 1 mm can have a “significant” effect on the performance of a golf club.
However, because amateurs' swings are so dramatically different than the Tour pros, High Heat's designer Dean Knuth knew that the ideal CG location for amateurs needed to optimize their performance had to be much deeper and lower than the major brands.
Therefore, High Heat driver’s CG was not located just 1 mm away from the major brands' average CG location, but 9 mm or 25% deeper and 4 mm or 18% lower than the major brands' average CG location.
HIGH HEAT’S CG TECHNOLOGY ALSO PROVIDES AMATEURS WITH HIGHER, LONGER, AND STRAIGHTER APPROACH SHOTS.
High Heat’s much deeper CG provides amateurs more driving distance and increased accuracy because it optimally brings the ball flight back to the center on toe and heel hits and because the head twists much less, and the gear effect is more effective. This makes High Heat hotter and straighter.
In addition, High Heat's much lower CG reduces the spin for more distance because a large percentage of amateurs' tee shots are hit below the major brands' CG which results in loss of distance. High Heat metal woods’ CG also provides amateurs with a higher, longer, and straighter ball flight on their approach shots.
With our designer's award-winning CG Game Changer Technology, High Heat’s 2015-17 driver and metal woods were named the “best for amateur golfers" "longest" "straightest" and "most forgiving" with the "hottest" faces by multiple media and PGA Teaching pros.CLICK HERE TO SEE LIST OF MEDIA NAMING HIGH HEAT THE “BEST” CLUBS + SAMPLE REVIEWS