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Hey guys, I was wondering if there were any golf club designers out there that could help me. I'm in high school and about to choose a major and was wondering what bachelors and masters degree i should choose to design golf clubs. Thanks

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Hey guys, I was wondering if there were any golf club designers out there that could help me. I'm in high school and about to choose a major and was wondering what bachelors and masters degree i should choose to design golf clubs. Thanks

 

I found a pretty good article about this, I am not a Designer or in the Golf Business so can't offer advice from a personal stand point

--> http://www.mygolfspy.com/how-to-become-a-golf-club-designer/

 

I try to stick to talking about things I know about... this is not one of them lol

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Mechanical Engineering Degree. Physics would also be another choice.

 

 

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Mechanical engineering, materials specialty, cad

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I was going to guess some form of CAD but didn't want to be wrong so the link I posted was to external and it looks like MGS changed it after posting the same thing on this site :) Good luck in your quest to become a club designer.

Callaway Epic Max 12.0 (-1/N) @ 44.50" w/ Graphite Design Tour AD IZ-7 Stiff

Callaway Epic Speed 18.0* @ 42.75" w/ Graphite Design Tour AD IZ-8 Stiff

Callaway Mavrik Pro 23.0* @ 40.00" w/ Graphite Design Tour AD IZ 95 HYB Stiff

Sub-70 639 Combo (5-P) w/ Nippon Modus 3 125 Stiff, Standard Length, Weak Lofts (27-47, 4* gaps)

Callaway MD5 Raw 51-11 S-Grind w/ Nippon Modus 125 Wedge

Callaway MD5 Raw 55-13 X-Grind w/ Nippon Modus 125 Wedge

Callaway MD5 Raw 59-11 S-Grind w/ Nippon Modus 125 Wedge

Callaway MD5 Raw 63-09 C-Grind w/ Nippon Modus 125 Wedge

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Thanks guys, I was thinking Mechanical Engineering but I wasnt positive and wanted to make sure i chose the right thing.

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Callaway Tour i(x)

FootJoy Contours

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Hey guys, I was wondering if there were any golf club designers out there that could help me. I'm in high school and about to choose a major and was wondering what bachelors and masters degree i should choose to design golf clubs. Thanks

 

My partner and I have designed golf heads (Irons thru Drivers) as well as shafts...and I would say you really don't need to concentrate on any specific field.... If anything, maybe go with physics?

 

I would seriously suggest if you want to go to college and learn how to make golf heads/equipment, you'd be wasting your time......these days we TELL the manufacturers what we want, and THEY employ their employees to meet our needs...we will recommend where want to see weight placed/moved...we recommend materials and OWN design ideas.....but to get a degree to specifically do what we do is not necessary.

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