Well, it’s official. We launched the new scorgolf.com website yesterday, and the story of SCOR4161 is out for all of the world’s golfers to see and contemplate. As I mentioned, this product is a far cry above “just wedges”, as we’ve addressed the entire short end of the set, for any golfer.
The logic behind this revolutionary product is indisputable. Short irons that look like your 6-iron just cannot give you the trajectory control you are seeking in scoring range. Wedges that all have the same weighting cannot optimize ball control across the entire range of lofts. And a break in club design, shaft and balance right in the middle of “money range” just doesn’t make sense. So we’ve stepped way outside the box and have challenged decades of “conventional wisdom” about golf clubs. But months of testing with golfers of all skill levels has proven to us that this is a departure from the norm that is sorely needed in our bags. We can’t wait to prove it to you.
I want to thank all of my readers here at TheWedgeGuy.com for your feedback and comments to my articles over the past few years. Your input was a big part of how this idea came about. Some say we’ve taken a risk to try to change golfers’ minds about how their set of clubs should be put together. But it’s often said that without risk there can be no reward. What was the risk taken by Gary Adams when he introduced the original metal wood? Or Eli Callaway when he introduced Big Bertha®? Barney Adams with Tight Lies®? Soft Spikes?
Little companies with big ideas have always been what’s shaped the golf club landscape, and we hope to join that list of innovators who changed the way we play . . . for the better. We’ll let you be the judge, and as a special “thank you” to all my fans and readers, we’re offering a special “friends & family” offer to be the first to purchase your own set of SCOR41612 precision scoring clubs. Only here at TheWedgeGuy are we offering you a chance to save up to $100 on your set. Just visit us at www.scorgolf.com, build your set of 5, 4 or 3 SCOR4161s, and use one of these coupon codes to save $100, $75 or $50 on your purchase.
But act quickly, as this special offer is only good for the next two weeks. It expires at midnight, Monday, July 25.
New GiveAway Program
Over the past four years, we’ve given away a FREE EIDOLON V-SOLE wedge each Tuesday to a reader who sent in a question or topic for me to write about. With SCOR4161 being a full-set solution to scoring, we’re changing that a bit from here forward. I’ll still be selecting a reader question or topic for Tuesday columns, but from now on, we’ll be drawing one winner each month for a full set of 5 SCOR4161s. That’s a $639 value, each and every month. All you have to do is send in your topic for me to consider writing about. Whether yours is selected or not, you’ll be entered in that month’s drawing. And each month starts a fresh new contest, so keep on sending those emails to firstname.lastname@example.org, or just click on the link below. Please put your name and hometown, too, if you don’t mind, so we can give you ample credit for winning.
Thanks again to all of you for being my sounding board for these past few years. And we hope to put a set of SCOR4161s in your bags soon. Your short range performance will never be the same.
The Wedge Guy is sponsored by SCOR Golf, where Terry Koehler is President/CEO. He encourages you to submit your questions or topics to be considered for his columns on Tuesdays and Fridays. Each submission automatically enters you to win a SCOR4161 wedge to be given away monthly. Click the button below to submit your question or topic today.
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Are these clubs available in left handed. Didn't see a way to select left handed on the sight.
Is the EIDOLON brand going away, or will there be both?
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