DST Golf to Premiere Compressor Warm-Up Clubs Featuring Delayed Strike Technology at 2015 PGA Merchandise Show Demo Day and Booth #1606
Wedges, Irons Boast Scientifically-Curved Shafts Engineered to Achieve Optimal Impact Position Every Time
DST Golf – developer and manufacturer of ground breaking golf clubs that speed game improvement among players of all skill levels – will launch its line of Compressor Warm-Up Clubs featuring patent-pending Delayed Strike Technology at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida.
Based on extensive analysis of the greatest ball strikers in history, DST’s Compressor clubs feature a scientifically-curved shaft engineered to replicate the shape of a normal shaft in the optimal impact position. This unique design helps players learn how to control the club face through impact and compress the ball, which leads to improved consistency, control and accuracy. Additionally, the club’s “Hand Position Alignment Marker” ensures players replicate the optimal impact position at set-up, thus simplifying the swing and ingraining the muscle memory needed to consistently achieve this scientifically-proven optimal position.
“Our warm-up clubs are the first in history that teach the optimal impact position and enable golfers to feel what it’s like to control the club face through impact, making them an intuitive way for all players to ingrain a repeatable and reliable swing,” says DST Golf Founder and CEO Bertie Cordle. “The Delayed Strike Technology we’ve pioneered is already receiving widespread praise and rapid adoption among Tour players and Master Professionals worldwide.”
Available in 8-iron and wedge models, DST Compressor clubs simplify the swing by stripping out complicated and unnecessary movements. This is achieved by automatically pre-setting the hands in the optimal impact position, which is identical for all normal shots (chip, pitch and full swing).
Developed by a former tour player, DST Compressor clubs reinforce the correct position at impact, the moment of truth. This gives the golfer control over the club face until after the ball is struck which promotes improvement and consistency in all areas of the game, translating to quantifiable success on the course.
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About DST Golf
Based in Salisbury, England, DST Golf was founded by former European Challenge Tour player, Bertie Cordle in 2013. Cordle taught at a number of top flight golf academies in the UK, Portugal and Germany and spent 3 years studying the biomechanics of ball striking, which culminated in the design and development of DST Golf’s patent pending technology.