It's like Christmas in the Shop at the moment with deliveries every day of new stock or adverts for new products. In Orlando this week is the PGA Trade Show with some 50+ exhibitors showing off their new products. It looks to be a great week and although I visited the UK's equivalent in October last year, I must make a trip to the American version as some of the exhibits are as you would imagine in America bigger and bolder.
The new Titleist 915 family have now arranged in store! We have 2 driver demos, 2 fairway demos and 2 hybrids for you to try. For more information on these products please visit our website - click here.
We also have some Lynx products in stock for you to try as well. Lynx Boom drivers and the adjustable Parallax as well as some irons. Click here to request a fitting for either of these brands.
This week we will be continuing our hole-by-hole guide on how to play Panshanger.
Hole 3 - 488/419 yards (Par 5)
A short par 5 where a birdie or nett birdie is a reasonable expectation as long as you navigate your way down the hole.
The tee shot is very important. Stay away from the bunker on the right! Stay away from this and the hole becomes straight forward. Go in this bunker and all sorts of problems arise.
Once your drive is away and in the middle of the fairway, long hitters can go for this in two! For everyone else don't get to greedy and make sure to lay up short of the fairway bunker to allow a full short into the green.
Another subtle green with not too much contours makes a one putt possible.
Last chance to submit your survey response to install a state of the art simulator. We are making a presentation next week. The simulator will bring the following to Panshanger:
For all of you that have filled out our survey before we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you. If you haven't, we are really interested in what your thoughts are so please spare 30 seconds and fill out this survey for us - all of your opinions matter. Click here to participate in the survey.
As we approach the end of January we still have our sale on. Cleveland wedges at £50 (each normally £80) or 2 for £80 and the last remaining FootJoys from only £40.