It’s a great idea and very easy to navigate around but it still leaves two important questions:
Can I try before I buy? AND What are they like to hit?
Brad Lindenberg and the others from Lind Golf were kind enough to ask me along to their product launch day held at Moore Park recently and I set out to answer these questions.
Firstly, there are many demonstration days planned across the country to try out the full range of Lind Golf products ranging from their drivers to the mill faced putters. Keep an eye on the website for the dates. Lind Golf have a 14 day money back guarantee as well.
Secondly, I tried out premium and standard model irons first and I was very impressed, particularly with the premium irons. They came off the club very sweetly indeed and I hit them as well as any other brand I’ve ever used (Taylormade and Mizuno’s included).
My driving wasn’t up to scratch on the day (hard to believe I know) but found everything going surprisingly straight for the MiOne and Blackhawk models. Both had a low ball flight and like any driver I’d always recommend getting a loft greater than 10deg. Even Tiger’s using a 10.5deg driver now! I was also very impressed with the mill faced putter which looked similar to the classic Scotty Cameron design.
I had a fun afternoon. A few drinks on offer and a Friday afternoon hitting golf balls at the range is close to a perfect end to the week and it may be hard to take my word for it but I’m impressed with the clubs. Great prices with your own personal look – try them out if you’re in the market for a new set of sticks.