Reviewed by John K. Darling, Founder SeniorFriendlyGolf.com
I have been a great proponent of Giant Golf clubs, especially with regard to their gap wedge, my favorite club. In fact, I even purchased a set of their irons, which I still enjoy hitting with. Over the past two years golfers have found their way to our web site, read my review, and asked how they could get a free gap wedge. Unfortunately Giant Golf closed its doors this past summer.
Enter iGolf Technologies of Asheville, North Carolina. Advantage Golf of Colorado, whom I informally represent in southern Colorado, has now partnered with thia company to provide free wedge certificates to tournament players.
As those who know how I review products know, I never comment unless I have tried items I review. Well, I called iGolf Technologies. What impressed me most about putting in my order was that they did not just send a gap, sand, lob, or pitching wedge. They asked me what loft I would like. Next, they asked me what kind of shaft I would like and finally even discussed the right grip for me. Wow, that's service and interest in me, the customer. When I had ordered my clubs from Giant Golf it cost extra for changes. Not with iGolf Technologies. $19.95 S&H.
I ended up ordering a 56% wedge for some reason and I use it with my sand game. Funny thing, I play in the sand often and have yet to see the Corona girls that are in their TV ads. Bottom line is that the cub works great. I recommend you give them a call when you feel like you might like a performance fitted set of golf sticks. Their email address is igolftechnologies.com, but If you want to try a free wedge just email me at GolfGuy@SeniorFriendlyGolf.com and I will see what I can do. You will need a code number. I can get you one.
John K. Darling