ADS Golf

ADS Golf
ADS Golf is listed in the Golf Equipment & Supplies Wholesale & Manufacturers category in San Marcos, California. Displayed below are the social networks for ADS Golf which include a Facebook page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of ADS Golf on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 86.

Contact information for ADS Golf is:
802 N Twin Oaks Valley Rd
San Marcos, CA 92069
(760) 736-8269

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ADS Golf has an overall ZapScore of 86. This means that ADS Golf has a higher ZapScore than 86% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in San Marcos, California is 43 and in the category is 36. Learn more about ZapScore.

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I got this letter this morning in an email. It explains why I won't answer the question as a club fitter when someone asks out of the blue "Do you think this could be good for me?" (when referring to OEM (major equipment manufacturer) or when someone tells you something will be good because they like it. Or my favorite, when someone on a golf forum recommends something to someone else with absolutely no knowledge of their swing or anything else about them. I was going to write on this today but why reinvent the message? Author: Tom Wishon Comment: BOB The reason that I never pursued a business model to put my designs into pro shops or retail golf stores and why I hate it when my clubs are sold on Ebay is because I have always, always been STRONGLY in favor of custom fitting over making clubs to some series of standard specs to be sold off the rack or just sold in some pre made form. Especially the driver which is by its very nature the hardest club to hit consistently well. Without you knowing the length, the face angle, the actual model and weight of the R shaft, the total weight, the swingweight and the grip size of this used 919 driver, it is a complete crap shoot as to whether this driver can be any better than what you have, or possibly worse. With a swing speed of 85-90 mph, more than likely you need to have a loft higher than 11* to maximize your distance. If you have any mis-direction tendencies such as a moderate to nagging slice, then you would definitely want the face angle of the driver to be closed to help reduce that tendency. And then you have your own individual need for the total weight and swingweight of any club so that it can best match your strength and your swing tempo to allow you to achieve the best shot consistency possible for your ability. I know you would like to save some money and I do so much appreciate your interest in what we do such that you were attracted to this offer of the used 919THI driver. But the last thing I want as a designer is for someone to get one of my designs in a club and not have it work as well as it could and should, if it were custom fit to you as I have always intended my models to be sold. Thus I would strongly advise you to think about working with a competent clubfitter to be custom fit into a 919THI driver. To see if there is a decent fitter near to you, we welcome you to head back to and click on the link in the middle of the home page for FIND A CLUBFITTER. Input your location and up will come the closest clubfitter to your area. Call him, tell him about your game, your swing characteristics, your playing goals. See if you feel good about the exchange and ask for pricing for everything and then make a decision as to whether you wish to work with the fitter for a properly fit driver or not. Hope this helps and thanks so much again for your interest, TOM

The following was taken from page about the Sterlings and ADS Golf Hi Tom: Firstly, after reading several of your articles and watching your educational videos over the years,I consider you as forthright and an extremely knowledgeable professor in the golf world. With that being said, I met with Gene Bonk @ ADS Golf in San Marcos, California. What a fine gentlemen he is. Gene built me a set of Sterling irons. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy hitting irons especially the five and six iron. In the past, a long iron to me was a six iron. Simply because I lacked confidence in the longer irons. The learning curve on the Sterling irons was on par with everything I had read from other players who had shared their Sterling experiences. Longer irons made you feel as though you had to go after them…..far from the truth. Swing them like an eight iron. I’ve had the set for almost three months I couldn’t be happier. Pulled the five hybrid out of the bag and had Gene make me a five iron a few weeks ago. I look forward to par 3’s over water! Working on lowering my index..(8) Thanks again for all that you do for the enjoyment of the game. Tom Wishon March 23, 2017 MATTHEW Thanks very much for your interest and especially for having decided to spend some of your time working with Gene so he could determine your best fitting specs. I can guarantee you that anytime I hear a golfer has gone to see Gene, a genuine smile comes to my face because I realize it is a certainty the golfer will get the best fit and end up feeling better about his equipment. Thanks for your judgment to go work with him. And thanks very much for your kind words for me. I do sincerely appreciate it. TOM

Do you struggle hitting long and middle irons? Sterling single length clubs may just be the answer. If you are more consistent hitting an 8 iron then a 5 iron, maybe you are a candidate for a single length set. We have fit 20+ sets of these this year and with one exception we have gotten outstanding comments back from players. One of the major issues golfers must get past is the urge to swing a 4,5,6 or 7 irons faster than what the normally 8 iron swing is like. Some find it hard to allow the face technology and loft do the job of providing faster ball speed. Check out if you want to learn more about the single length set concept.

How is your ball striking these days? Are you one of those golfers who blame themselves for every bad swing. I like to use the following analogy to help golfers understand it isn't always their fault they can't hit their clubs. If today the local sporting good store was having a shoe sale. You went in and all they had left was 5 narrows, (but the sale was really good, so you bought them with the idea you'd adjust to them) That afternoon after wedging your new shoes onto your feet you went on a hike. That night when you pulled the shoes off your feet you notice blisters and sores all over. Golfers who blame themselves for every miss would have to blame their feet for the issues, their feet just falled to adjust. Now that doesn't mean if you are fit you will never have a miss. Every tour pro is fit, and they still have misses. The question is do you have more misses than you think you should for your ability level? Or are your misses more severe than you think they should be? (topped shots rather than thin shots....) Today a man with a good consistent swing came in with the following issue, I can't hit my woods, I've tried but they just don't work. The clubs we 1.5 inches longer than he could hit consistently, they shafts were 20 grams heavier than he could comfortable swing and the faces were 1.5 degs closed (when he does hit them they go left) which is a design feature that can start the ball left for some golfers.

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