Posted 23 April 2017 - 05:02 PM
Always up for trying new balls but its going to be hard to compete with the big dogs.
I think, like most of these direct-to-consumer companies, they're trying to carve out a little niche for themselves. Jesse Ortiz once told me (how's that for name-dropping! HAA!) that the big golf companies are like the big beer companies - Anheuser-Busch, Coors, Miller - they're going to sell the most stuff by far - but there's plenty of room left for good micro-brews, provided they have a good product and a good story. Companies like Vice and Snell have seemingly charged out a nice niche for themselves with a good product and a good story to tell. Others have tried and failed badly - how much of a niche do company's like STROK or Cut have to carve out for themselves to be successful? I'd guess it doesn't have to be very big.
What's in the bag:
Driver: Vapor Flex 440, 9.5*, weight forward, Fujikura Pro Tour Spec 73 shaft, stiff, tipped 1/4"; Z-565, 9.5*, Miyazaki Kaula shaft, stiff
Mini Driver: Big Bertha Mini 1.5, 11*, Kuro Kage 60G shaft, stiff
FW Wood: G Stretch 3, 13*, PING Alta Shaft, stiff; JPX-900, 14*, Fujikura Speeder 661 Evolution II shaft, stiff
Hybrids: VKTR 17 & 21*, Aldila NV 85H shaft, stiff; H65, 19*, Miyazaki Kaula hybrid shaft, stiff
Irons: FG Tour V6, 4-PW, DG AMT, stiff; PTx, 25*-45*, KBS C-Taper shafts, stiff
Wedges: Ft. Worth 15, 49-53-57-61*, KBS C-Taper shafts, stiff; RTX-3, 52-56-60*, DG Wedge flex;
Mack Daddy PM Grind, 56-60*, KBS Tour-V Wedge flex