PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (April 1, 2017) – Knuth Golf, makers of the High Heat brand of golf clubs designed to optimize the performance of amateur golfers instead of the Tour pros, returns to the April spotlight as Product of the Month on GolfTalk Live thanks to the launch of the High Heat 5 and 7 fairway woods.
An outstanding feature of High Heat fairway woods and the High Heat hybrids is the premium Beta titanium cup face, in place of steel faces used by all major brands. This causes a distance and accuracy-enhancing “Trampoline Effect” across the entire club face.
“The massive sweet spot in my fairway woods and hybrids affords amateur golfers optimum performance,” explains club inventor Dean Knuth. “With our deep and low CG, they are designed so the amateur golfer gets the ball in the air. But our titanium faces are critical to provide amateurs with the forgiveness they need on off-center hits so they obtain more greens in regulation and lower scores. Amateur golfers can stop attributing the reason that they often end up short of the green because of their swing if they simply play with our High Heat fairway woods and hybrids.”
Amateur golfers and golf equipment enthusiasts enjoyed the results they were seeing with the High Heat 5 and 7 fairway woods and hybrids during testing at Demo Day at the 2017 PGA Merchandise Show. The deep and low center-of-gravity (CG) produced the higher launch angle assisting in getting the ball airborne for golfers that tested the clubs. They were also amazed that they achieved about the same distance anywhere they hit the clubs on the face — which they could see with the High Heat patented polished mirror face that leaves the ball impression on the face, and is easily removed before the next shot.
“One tester also questioned why we were bringing the 7 wood to market. After hitting the club, he soon understood its significance,” added Knuth.
All of Knuth’s High Heat clubs have been praised by amateur golfers and top equipment reviewers in the golf business. For the past three years, the High Heat name has been featured prominently as a “Tony’s Top 10” recipient from the PGA Show, as well as being named “Best of the PGA Merchandise Show” by several prominent radio and television shows and golf publications. It is clear that High Heat performs as advertised and as the only company in the world offering titanium faces in fairway woods and hybrids, Knuth Golf has solidified “High Heat as the leading brand in properly addressing the hitting needs of the amateur golfer.”
“I guess at this point we’re waiting for the High Heat wedges. That is the next logical step,” remarks GolfTalk Live host, Tony Leodora. “It seems impossible to be able to improve the performance of the High Heat driver, fairway woods and hybrids. Many larger companies keep striving for the attention received by Dean Knuth — who was named ‘Top Innovatory in Golf Clubs’ in 2016 by Golf, Inc. Magazine — and his High Heat brand of clubs…but few are receiving it. Amateur golfers finally have nearly a complete set of clubs made especially for their needs. The 5 and 7 fairway woods are the finishing touches on an already successful 2017 for the brand.”
All High Heat clubs come with a 30-day money back guarantee. During the month of April, receive a special discount of $70 off the driver, $30 off the fairway woods and $20 off the hybrids by visiting www.HighHeatGolf.com
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The GolfTalk Live radio show is the award-winning weekly radio show that has captured national awards for nine consecutive years and three times was named No. 1 Golf Radio Show in America by the International Network of Golf at the PGA Merchandise Show. The show airs 52 weeks a year from 7 to 8 a.m. each Saturday on flagship station WNTP 990-AM in Philadelphia and on wntp.com.
The show also is syndicated. The first affiliate, added in 2012, was WOND 1400-AM in Atlantic City. It airs there at 3 p.m. every Saturday. It also airs seasonally on three ESPN stations in the Lehigh Valley and Pocono Mountains, 1160, 1230 and 1320. The show took another leap forward when it was added to the daily lineup on TheGolfDirector.com. GolfTalk Live also can be heard any time following each show on its official website, golftalklive.net.
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