Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Knuth Golf Introducing New High Heat Clubs at PGA Show

Knuth Golf to Launch Four New High Heat Hybrids, Plus 5 and 7 Woods at PGA Show’s Demo Day January 24

(BONITA, CA) – The family of Knuth Golf’s award-winning High Heat metal woods is expanding in 2017 with the addition of four new hybrids and two new fairway woods. Knuth Golf will introduce its new High Heat clubs at Tee Box 7 at the Demo Day portion of the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Tuesday January 24 at Orange County National.

It was at that event two years ago that the High Heat movement exploded onto the scene. Knuth Golf unveiled its High Heat driver, with a lower and deeper center of gravity that provided a massive sweet spot and a higher MOI. Sports Illustrated writer Gary Van Sickle called it “the most significant technological innovation in golf equipment from this year’s PGA Merchandise Show and . . . a potential game changer for all amateur golfers.”

At last year’s PGA Show it was the High Heat 3-wood and #3 hybrid that captured the headlines, featuring much of the same technology as the driver, and a3clubsdding a wider Beta titanium face instead of the traditional steel face. This combination makes it much easier to get the ball into the air, and provides extra distance especially on off-center hits.

Ed Travis of The A Position wrote, “Titanium being lighter and stronger than steel produces a larger amount of face rebound at impact and that translates into something we all want…distance without added effort.” The clubs again climbed atop many media “top products” lists.
That’s what golfers have come to expect from the High Heat clubs designed by former USGA Senior Director Dean Knuth, who created the USGA Course Rating and Slope System for handicapping purposes.

Colorado Avid Golfer editor Jon Rizzi is a big fan of the Knuth line of metalwoods. His magazine named the High Heat driver as the best golf product of 2015.

“Dean Knuth designed High Heat specifically for amateur golfers because they have different swing speeds and performance needs than golf pros,” said Rizzi. “And High Heat out performs the major brands in every way except for marketing  . . . High Heat delivers as advertised."

All of the positive reviews bring smiles to the faces of Knuth and his business partner Steve Trattner.

“Our chief goal has always been to assist amateur golfers of all skill levels in their quest to get better and gain more enjoyment from golf,” said Knuth. “The positive response just verifies what we have created thus far.”

This year’s additions promise to elicit the same type of positive response. The complete High Heat fairway woods family will now be available in 3-wood, 5-wood and 7-wood models. Hybrid choices will be #3 (18 degrees), #4 (21 degrees), #5 (24 degrees), #6 (27 degrees) and #7 (30 degrees) models.

Noted club designer and builder for 24 Hall of Fame golfers, Jeff Sheets, considers Knuth Golf’s family of fairway woods and hybrids “scientific breakthrough designs with significant performance advantages for amateur golfers including scratch to high handicappers that no other fairway woods or hybrids have achieved.”

Sheets added that with “proper recognition,” these clubs “could change the way that the large OEMs design their drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, which would be great for amateur golfers and help grow the game of golf.”

For more information, or to order a High Heat driver, fairway wood or hybrid visit

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