Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Henry-Griffitts Launches First New Set of Irons in Five Years

For the first time in five years, Henry-Griffitts has a new set of irons on the market. If you've never heard of Henry-Griffitts, then you're not a golf gearhead. And if you're a golf gearhead, then you know all about Henry-Griffitts. The company has a reputation for high-quality, custom-made sticks. They will sell no irons before their time.

The new set is the RDH3 Series. You can read more about them here. For those of you unfamiliar with the Henry-Griffitts business model, you cannot find HG clubs in pro shops or other retail stores. They are only available through the network of "HG-Certified Teachers," company approved golf pros who conduct clubfittings. The specs gleaned from the clubfitting are sent to the company, which builds your irons to spec and ships them out within 48 hours.

So how do you find one of these certified teachers? Here is the list of locations in Texas where you can get fit for a Henry-Griffitts set:

Bryan
Briarcrest Country Club, (979) 776-1490

Bullard
Campbell's Pro Shop, (903) 825-3444

Dickinson
Beacon Lakes, (281) 337-1459

Grapevine
Grapevine Golf Course, (817) 410-3377

Houston
Braeburn Country Club, (713) 774-8788
Inwood Forest Golf Shop, (281) 448-0239

Keller
Keller Practice Tee, (817) 431-9402

Kerrville
Scott Schreiner Golf Course, (830) 257-4982

Livingston
Mill Ridge Golf Club, (936) 327-3535

Lubbock
Lubbock Country Club, (806) 763-1871

McAllen
McAllen Country Club, (956) 686-0923

Midland
Ranchland Hills Country Club, (432) 683-2041

Montgomery
Walden On Lake Conroe, (936) 448-4668

Plano
Chase Oaks Golf Club, (972) 517-7777

Richardson
The Practice Tee, (972) 235-6540

San Antonio
Blossom Golf Course, (210) 867-3021

Tomball
Tee It Up, (832) 326-7012

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