Wednesday, August 19, 2015

DST Golf’s Compressor Used by Winner of PGA Championship

Warm-up Clubs Feature Scientifically Curved Shaft, Preferred by 200 Tour Players

(SALISBURY, England) – DST Golf – developer and manufacturer of ground breaking warm up clubs that benefit players of all skill levels – confirms the winner of the PGA Championship, along with six top-10 finishers, relied on DST Golf’s Compressor clubs to prepare for the tournament.

Featuring a scientifically-curved shaft and amended sole angle, the Compressor helps professionals and amateurs alike improve shot consistency by allowing them to locate, train and perfect the Optimal Impact Position. Since debuting earlier this year, the warm-up clubs have developed a dedicated following of over 200 PGA, LPGA, European and Asian Tour players, including seven tournament winners in the past two months.

“This young champion has shown that proper practice and preparation are key to being able to tame such a difficult course and strong field,” says Bertie Cordle, founder and CEO of DST Golf, “Both the winner and his coach rely on the Compressor to warm up before tournament play, as our clubs help players maintain control of the club face through impact by guiding their hand positioning to create a powerful line of tension.”

Popular also among more than 60 top ranked swing coaches, the curved shaft of the Compressor is engineered to replicate the shape of a normal shaft in the optimal impact position. This unique design helps golfers 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 ideal position.

Developed by a former European Challenge Tour player after years of research on the biomechanics of impact, the DST Compressor teaches the golfer two things: how to swing the club on plane and how to maintain tension in the shaft until after impact. These are the two critical aspects to achieve better ball striking, control, consistency and accuracy.

For more information and access to in-depth technology videos, please visit www.dstgolf.com.

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