Thursday, February 2, 2017

Knuth Golf’s High Heat Wins Second Straight ING Industry Honors’ Product Ingenuity Award

(BONITA, CA) – Knuth Golf once again was a major award winner in the 24th Annual ING Industry Honors awards program at last week’s PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, this time for the High Heat 3-wood.

Called by many the "Academy Awards of the Golf Industry," the ING Industry Honors program recognizes outstanding achievement in the golf business. The non-profit, media-based networking organization International Network of Golf conducts the awards program.

ING members voted Knuth Golf’s High Heat 3-wood as the winner in the Product Ingenuity Category for Emerging Companies. Last year Knuth won with its High Heat driver. It marks the first time that the same company has won that award in back-to-back years.

Nominees in categories are submitted throughout the year from anyone in the golf industry. Sub-committees that include experts in each category then trim the entries to the top three in each category. ING members then vote electronically to determine the winners.

“We are thrilled to be honored again by ING,” said Knuth president and club designer Dean Knuth. “While our clubs have received overwhelmingly positive response from the golfers who have tried the clubs, it is particularly meaningful to us to be honored by an association that includes in its membership our golf industry peers and the media.”

The High Heat 3-wood features a wider Beta titanium face instead of the traditional steel face used in nearly all other fairway woods. Combined with the lower and deeper center of gravity featured in all High Heat clubs, the High Heat 3-wood makes it much easier to get the ball into the air, and provides extra distance especially on off-center hits.

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

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