Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'dtc'.
Testers Wanted! 4 Testers, open to international applicants (RH only). CONGRATS TO THE SELECTED TESTERS! @Shapotomous @twyatt700 @Bohnson @Peaksy68 Sub 70 is the #1 Direct to Consumer golf company according to MyGolfSpy readers. This is due, in part, to the high-quality/low-cost nature of its equipment portfolio. And with the addition of the better-player-focused, 849 Pro driver, the company continues to update its resume with golf gear designed for lower handicap players. The Sub 70 849 Pro driver is 450cc (10 cc less than the legal maximum) and fade-biased. In addition, the849 Pro comes with a weight kit and is adjustable seven ways to Sunday. Each head can be adjusted two degrees up or down in 0.5- to 0.75-degree increments. At its lowest loft setting, the face angle sits 4.5 degrees open and, as you loft up, it reaches 3.5 degrees closed. It has three sole weights: a 12-gram weight in the rear and two three-gram weights in the heel and toe. The weight kit includes a six-, eight- and 10-gram weight, allowing you to adjust further for shot shape and launch. With all of that said, we'd like to get feedback from MyGolfSpy readers.
Don’t know if anyone has posted it before, but I just saw Vice golf balls being sold in my local Target (picture attached). Seems to me that this changes the idea and brand around Vice golf. A few of my thoughts below: How will this affect price? We all know stores require a cost markup to increase margin. Plus, their main value proposition is that it’s a premium for “half the cost” of the other guys. If they keep the same price, how would that affect quality? They would have to cut costs somewhere. How will these balls stack up when they are next to the big leaders in the shelf? We also lose the main cost saving opportunity of buying in bulk. Very curious to see what you all think as well.