Creating the Club
At David Toms Academy, we specialize in club fittings and use industry-leading Trackman technology, guaranteeing more accuracy, distance, and optimum ball flight and launch conditions. Club fitting is suitable for golfers of all skill levels. We make sure each individual has the ultimate fitted golf club using many of the major club head manufacturers and shaft brands. A 265 club fitting means you can now enjoy a golfing advantage that previously only the professionals could access.
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Choosing the Brand
Choosing a brand that fits your needs is easier at David Tom Academy. Our trained experts can help you through the process of finding the club that complements your play style. A one-hour club fitting with Shaun Webb costs the same as a lesson; $100 for child members, $135 for adult members, $200 for child non-members and $250 for adult non-members. If you decide to order clubs, we will discount the purchase. Everything is custom-fitted and ordered.
Our brands include:
Srixon is a brand owned by SRI Sports Limited, a subsidiary of Sumitomo Rubber Industries Ltd., specializing in golf and tennis. While Srixon is most well-known globally for its golf balls, holding the largest number of golf ball patents worldwide and having previously supplied other leading manufacturers such as Dunlop Slazenger with great success, they also produce a full range of golf clubs and accessories.
In the spring of 1979, a golf equipment salesman named Gary Adams took out a $24,000 loan on his home and founded the TaylorMade Golf Company. He rented a 6,000 square-foot building that at one time housed a television assembly plant. Counting him, there were three employees and a single, innovative product: a 12-degree driver cast of stainless steel. This new metal wood looked and sounded different from a wooden wood, and most importantly, it performed differently. The club head's perimeter-weighting offered greater forgiveness on mishits, while the lower center of gravity made it easier to launch the ball into the air. Adams, the son of a golf professional, was adamant that TaylorMade clubs maintain ties to what true golfers perceived an authentic golf club should look and feel like. They were committed to combining innovation with authenticity, to always be passionate about the game, to be competitive, and to work hard to establish their brand and grow. These four tenets would take them far. The same values singled out 30 years ago by Gary Adams are still revered and practiced today at TaylorMade, adidas Golf and Ashworth as we continue to deliver products that help players of all skill levels reach their potential. Since 1979 their mission has remained the same: Create the Best Performing Golf Products in the World.
Titleist is known for their perfection of the golf ball and now they can say the same about their clubs. For example, their Titleist 915 Drivers provide Tour-proven technologies that increase speed and decrease spin, without sacrificing forgiveness. Combined with industry leading adjustability and great looks, sound and feel, 915 Drivers provide complete performance for your game.
Developing knowledge and drawing inspiration from sources as diverse as dragonfly wings and 18-wheelers, PING launched its new G series of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons, again advancing speed, distance and forgiveness to unprecedented levels without sacrificing other performance attributes. This year PING went one step further, creating a new club category with the G Crossover, combining the best of hybrid and iron technology.
Callaway Golf was founded in 1982 by the late Ely Callaway, a visionary entrepreneur who operated under a simple but profound business promise: deliver demonstrably superior, pleasingly different products and services. That philosophy turned what was originally a boutique manufacturer of high-quality wedges and putters into the world's largest maker of premium performance golf products. The Callaway mission and vision has remained the same; we passionately pursue advanced, innovative technologies that help golfers of all abilities find more enjoyment from the game. Under the Callaway and Odyssey brands, Callaway manufactures and sells golf clubs and golf balls, and sells golf apparel, footwear, and accessories in more than 110 countries worldwide.