Cutting-edge Warm-up Clubs Trusted by More Than 35 PGA Tour Players
DST Golf – developer of award-winning warm-up clubs featuring patent-pending Delayed Strike Technology – confirms four of the top-12 finishers at the WGC Cadillac Championship used the revolutionary DST Compressor warm-up club when preparing for tournament play on the practice range at Trump National Doral.
The Compressor features a scientifically-curved shaft that is engineered to replicate the shape of a normal shaft in the optimal impact position. The innovative design helps players learn how to control the club face through impact and compress the ball, which leads to improved consistency, control and accuracy.
“Nothing is more important than the impact position; the moment of truth for any golf swing,” says DST Golf Founder and CEO Bertie Cordle. “When golfers see and feel the proper hand alignment at impact, they have the potential to improve their whole game. The missing link in golf has been the ability for players to replicate the key position of the greatest ball strikers in history. With DST Golf, this is now possible.”
In addition to the DST Compressor, the company’s CR-10 clubs help enable a gradual move to a traditional club by incorporating the amended sole angle and hand alignment marker of the Compressor with a standard shaft. The specific sole angle of the CR-10 helps players locate, train and perfect the optimum club head movement through impact before assuming use of their own clubs.
To find out more about DST Golf, including access to in-depth technology videos and player testimonials, visit www.dstgolf.com.
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 three years studying the biomechanics of ball striking which culminated in the design and development of DST Golf’s patent pending technology.