DST Golf’s Compressor Used by 2015 Zurich Classic Winner
Curved Shaft Warm-up Clubs Taking the Tour by Storm
(SALISBURY, England) – DST Golf – developer of award-winning warm-up clubs featuring patent-pending Delayed Strike Technology – reports that the company’s revolutionary Compressor club was used for warm-up and practice by the winner of the 2015 Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Currently sixth in the Official World Golf Rankings, the British player has been training with the Compressor since before the Masters, where he recorded a strong second place finish. Available in wedge and 8-iron lofts, the clubs are designed to teach players how to arrive at the optimal impact position by creating the ideal line of tension to correctly compress the ball. Over 70 players on the PGA, LPGA, Symetra and Web.com Tours have adopted DST Clubs as part of their pre-tournament warm-up routine.
“It’s no surprise so many Tour players are using our clubs, as they were designed based on a careful study of the best ball strikers in history.” says DST Golf Founder and CEO Bertie Cordle. “The importance of the line of tension has largely been overlooked in teaching players about the correct hand and body alignment at impact. Our clubs naturally facilitate the correct line and angle needed for a solid strike with each swing.”
Following the launch of DST Golf clubs at the PGA Merchandise Show in January 2015, both the Compressor and CR-10 clubs have received the official recognition and approval of the PGAs of Europe. The curved shaft, an amended sole angle and a Hand Position Marker are the key elements that make the Compressor the perfect teaching and training tool for any golfer.
In addition to the DST Compressor, the company’s CR-10 clubs help enable a gradual move to a traditional club by incorporating the amended sole angle and hand alignment marker of the Compressor with a standard shaft. The specific sole angle of the CR-10 helps players locate, train and perfect the optimum club head movement through impact before assuming use of their own clubs.
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About DST Golf
Based in Salisbury, England, DST Golf was founded by former European Challenge Tour player, Bertie Cordle in 2013. Cordle taught at a number of top flight golf academies in the UK, Portugal and Germany and spent three years studying the biomechanics of ball striking which culminated in the design and development of DST Golf's patent pending technology.