Jump to content

DominicScalettaGolf

Member
  • Content Count

    42
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

21 Excellent

Contact Methods

  • Twitter
    http://dominicscalettagolf.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Illinois
  • Interests
    Golf
  • Handicap:
    +4
  • Referred By:
    Sick of the GolfWRX rules

Recent Profile Visitors

338 profile views
  1. Not me, can't say that enough. Sent from my iPhone using http://r.tapatalk.com/byo?rid=88494"]MyGolfSpy[/url
  2. I don't think so, as I haven't told anyone about the video only posted it on my Instagram. And I don't think anyone of my friends knows I'm a member of these forum sites. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  3. Not me “dude”, and didn't have to order 790's. Got mine from the Tour Dept. a week after emailing my rep. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  4. Yeah the website isn't great. Their main fitter Kyle Slechta is in IL and basically does all fittings and order write ups. The shafts are a no-name Japanese brand that has been supplying us shafts for the last 8 years. The important part isn't necessarily the shaft, but the building process. Each person fit, has a specific frequency and every club they order is built to that frequency. In order for the clubs to be perfect, their tolerance is +/- 1 CPM, on tour this tolerance is +/- 5 CPM. What frequency matching does, it make each club play similarly, as far as flex, kickpoint, load, droop, etc. so you get more consistent numbers and accuracy. We have tested them against every major shaft on the market and they beat everything as far as swing speed, carry, spin, side, consistency, etc. The difference between a Sure Stix build and a Cool Clubs is the amount of time and effort that has to go into a set to build them perfectly. Cool Clubs can build an iron set in 30-45 mins, whereas our builder takes 4 hours to build a set. Because each club has to be weighted to a 10th of a gram and every cut moves the frequency. So Cool Clubs might go, Pure, Cut, check, shaft, grip. Our guy goes, ream head, weight, cut, check frequency, cut, check frequency, weight, cut, check frequency, weight, use algorithm to get epoxy weight, shaft, tape, check frequency, grip, check frequency, re-weight head if need be. If the frequency of the shafts are outside the tolerances it has to be re-built. It's a long tiresome process, but it delivers the best results. Now, unless you are there to witness the results most don't believe how good the shafts are. I was even skeptical at first, but after testing I can't believe how much more consist and overall better my numbers are. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  5. Unfortunately, they aren't making a ton of money from what I know and barely breaking even. On the Web even, after all expenses are paid you don't make a ton. Real money starts to flow in on the PGA Tour.
  6. As I stated, I appreciate their opinions and their wanting-ness to help me. But, I currently talk on a daily basis with many top college players and professional golfers on PGA Tour LA, PGA Tour China and the Web.com tour. So I personally feel their help and conversing with them is helping me more than just a person who played college golf. I understand how you guys feel I come off, but it's very far from how I am trying to come off. If you don't want to donate, then by no means to you have to. If you feel inclined, I would be more than happy to accept. No reason to try and argue, it's not worth any of our time. This thread has blown up for no reason, other than me putting a link to my GoFundMe page on here. It's a WITB thread, so I probably should have just stayed on that topic. My Mistake. Let's stop debating from here on out and just stick to the clubs, because I know we all have better things to do.
  7. If I were to play collegiate golf, I would play D1. I have already had the fortune of visiting both Lipscomb University and University of Arizona to talk with the golf coaches. My coach has had 75 D1 college golfers in the last 8 years, so though I appreciate their opinions, I will stick with what I've got.
  8. I appreciate this post, because that's how I feel as well. As far as SureStix, I actually pay for those, but I get a discounted price. They are the best shafts I have ever used hands down, weather I have to buy them or not would still use them because they beat everything. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  9. I don't flip what companies give me, just what I buy. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  10. I was told it was closer to 100K, and I have stated this isn't for my professional career. This is to help with costs for now. I understand why you guys don't want to donate, feeling like I am already privileged. I am privileged, I am more fortunate than many people in this world. But I can't do everything, because of the costs, so I wanted to set this up to see if anyone would be interested in helping me. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
  11. I understand that 5K won't get me far, but I am hoping it well help with costs for this year. If I put a crazy amount like 15/20K I know I would have been called out for it. I would hope someone chooses to invest in my career if I can achieve more exposure over the next 1-3 years, but for now the GoFundMe is what I've got. Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy
×
×
  • Create New...