JACKSON, MICHIGAN -- American-made golf equipment manufacturer MORE GOLF® has reached an agreement with Club Champion to bring its category-redefining MOD®/1 IRONS, WEDGES, and PUTTERS to all the company’s locations in the United States.
“Very few new brands are given such a big opportunity in their first year of operation, and we want to thank Club Champion for its trust in MORE GOLF,” said MORE GOLF Founder and Designer Bruce Sizemore. “We’re looking forward to working closely with Club Champion and its fitters to offer a new standard of precision and customization that is impossible to achieve with forging or casting methods.”
MOD/1 IRONS and WEDGES, and PUTTERS employ a first-of-its-kind modular design to unlock new possibilities for golfers on the course. The construction mandates the highest level of precision: a 100% Billet-Milled manufacturing method that has only previously been available to consumers in the highest quality putters. Every MORE GOLF club is also 100% Made In The USA.
“I was blown away by the innovative approach MORE GOLF has taken with its designs, and we’re excited to bring its clubs to all of our locations,” said Club Champion Co-Founder Nick Sherburne. “We appreciate the time and effort MORE GOLF is investing with our team to help them understand these new technologies so our golfers can receive a better fit and shoot lower scores.”
MOD/1 IRONS, WEDGES, and PUTTERS are currently available at all Club Champion locations in the U.S. MOD/1 IRONS and WEDGES retail for $349 per head. MOD/1 PUTTERS retail for $467 (assembled) with a premium OBAN putter shaft.
Golfers can locate their nearest MORE GOLF Authorized Fitting location here.
About MORE GOLF
MORE GOLF is helping golfers Reimagine Their GameTM with a modular approach that creates new possibilities.
The Jackson, Michigan-based start-up is developing the only full lineup of 100% American-made golf clubs. With 10 industry-first technologies, MORE GOLF is poised to change the way golfers think about their games.
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