• New Putter Cover To Be Released

    Hey Guys, hope you are doing well this weekend. Alot of you written in ans asked about putters, we are re-tooling some patterns currently and will have some proto types published here soon.

    We are very excited to be able offer these putter covers to you here soon.

    We will be rolling out a Blade Style first and then a Mallet at a later date.

    Stay tuned -

    Team Stitch Golf
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    • Flor says...

      Well if you want to get a golf scholarship at a good scoohl. First you should be playing for your high scoohl team, and then be playing competitve tournaments. Then the best way you can get a scholarship is to attend the IJGA, the International Junior Golf Academy, where Hank Haney, Tiger’s coach is the head instructor. Students that go to the IJGA, are all aspiring golfers who want to get a schoalarship, play college golf, and hopefully become pro from all around the world. Students attend the IJGA, for a full semester or scoohl year, so you can try to apply there next semester, or next year for your junior year, or for your senior year. It’s a full academy with academics, where you can finish your high scoohl there, and you live in house dorms with other students as roomates, and house parents. In the academy, you work and improve your game by getting coached by Hank Haney and his instructors. Then you play competitve tournaments in the IJGT, the International Junior Golf Tour with other students, and from there, colleges see you for recruiting and scholarships. Not everyone that goes to the IJGA, gets scholarshops, so if you don’t, you can stay there for their post graduate program, which is the same thing, and it will give you a chance to transfer out, and play college golf. There was a show in the Golf Channel called School of Golf: Hilton Head Island starring Hank Haney which shows lives of students in the IJGA. I recommend watching videos from this show before considering going to the IJGA, since this show is not in season, it’s not on TV currently. If you consider going to the IJGA, you also need the will, since you will be away from home for a scoohl year or semester, and most importantly, the money. It’s really expensive going to the IJGA, it’s around $40,000 for tuition, for a full scoohl year, just for the golf, then another $10,000 for academics, it’s really expensive. If you can’t afford it, you can still probaly afford their summer, weekend, and holiday programs, where you go there like for a week for their summer, and holiday programs, and a weekend, for their weekend programs, and you get the same instruction, and experience as the full time students, but don’t work with you for scholarships, and they run around $1,500 for each class. They have two campuses, they have a campus in Hilton Head, SC, and one in Arroyo Grande, CA in the central coast of California, south of San Luis Obispo, so if you want to go, choose the one you want to go to, or the one closest. If you have the money, and the will, you should consider going to the IJGA, you shouldn’t miss out on this opportunity, if you want to get a scholarship, it’s the best way, and you will have a better chance in getting one if you go to the IJGA, then if you don’t. Also for what scores you have to shoot to get in the IJGA, you at least have to shoot in the 90s I think, and they will work with you so you can break 80 competitvely, because that’s the main score to get competively, and colleges want you to break 70 at one point. For more information about the IJGA, and the show School of Golf: Hilton Head Island, the websites are below in the sources.

      August 02, 2012

    • Shannon says...

      PICS!!!!! GIMME PICS!!!!!! (please and thank you)

      July 06, 2012

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