Friday, July 24, 2015

DST Golf’s Compressor Used by Six Top-10 Finishers at The Open Championship

Innovative Warm-Up Club Now in Use by Over 80 PGA Tour Players

(SALISBURY, England) – DST Golf – developer and manufacturer of ground breaking warm up clubs that benefit players of all skill levels – confirms six of the top-10 finishers at The Open Championship trusted DST Golf’s Compressor warm-up clubs to prepare for tournament play.

These top players are among more than 200 PGA, European, and LPGA Tour players who have incorporated the Compressor into their warm-up regimen. The clubs are designed with a scientifically-curved shaft and an amended sole angle to help golfers locate, train and perfect the optimal impact position.

“It is fantastic to see that Tour professionals continue to place trust in our clubs while producing brilliant results in a major championship like The Open at St. Andrews,” says Bertie Cordle, founder and CEO of DST Golf, “Players who practice with our curved shafted clubs immediately feel how the Compressor helps them keep their hands on plane and ahead of the ball at impact, facilitating perfect compression of the ball with each swing.

The unique design of the Compressor’s curved shaft is engineered to help players learn how to control the club face through impact, 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 ideal, scientifically-proven position.

Developed by a former European Challenge Tour player after years of researching 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.

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