While video golf lessons are no substitute for an in-person coach, they are a great way to gain inspiration and learn new areas of your golf game to work on without spending money for private lessons! Below are a handful of, in my opinion, some of the best instructional golf YouTube channels that will help [...]
Golf being a game with such a long history, it’s no surprise myths run rampant. Whether it’s about lining up a putt or causing backspin on the ball, there’s no shortage of falsehoods in this timeless game. We’ve pulled together a few of our favorite golf myths below! Grooves on the Club Face Create Backspin [...]
How often do you use your 3-wood from the fairway? You may still use it from the tee, but are you able to get the 3 wood up in the air from the fairway? If not, don’t blame yourself, there are reasons the 3-wood is difficult to hit from the fairway. Modern 3-Woods Lack Loft [...]
“Competitive golf is played mainly on a five-and-a-half-inch course, the space between your ears.” Truer words have never been spoken, and these were spoken by one of the most infamous and revered golfers: the only single-season Grand Slam winner, Hall of Famer, and Masters tournament co-founder, Bobby Jones. A Child Prodigy “He must have been [...]
Timeless Timber has gone to the bottom of the Great Lakes to find a unique treasure. During the period of 1700 to 1920, most of the virgin old growth forests were cut down to build the towns and cities of a growing nation. Many of the best logs, because of their density, sunk while they [...]
In addition to these special projects listed above Louisville Golf once manufactured some of the finest Persimmon woods ever made for pillars of the golf industry. This is a partial list of some of the golf companies who entrusted the Louisville Golf Club Company with the manufacturing of their Persimmon woods: Ben Hogan (Apex, Edge, Sure-Out) [...]
When historic horse racetrack Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby, made some renovations to their clubhouse, some pine rafters from the late 19th century were made available to us to make some limited edition putters. The pine timber was solid and needed little finishing. This remains one of our favorite projects from our “Old Kentucky [...]
In 2008 we were at the Ryder Cup (won by the US!) held here in Louisville at Valhalla Golf Club. In 2007 we obtained Cherry wood from the golf course and made mallet putters from it; we sold the putters on site at the event in conjunction with the PGA.
In 2004 we made a special Persimmon driver for the then No. 1 golfer in the world. Nike’s master club designer, Tom Stites, who once worked at the Ben Hogan Company, commissioned us to replicate a Cleveland Classic Persimmon driver Tiger used in the off-season to sharpen his ball-striking. Mr. Stites said Tiger liked it and [...]
A handmade mallet putter appeared in the theatrical release of the James Cameron’s blockbuster, Avatar. On the DVD special edition release, a deleted scene included a Thumper Max Persimmon driver.