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  • length construction ensures all possible elements of swing feel are identical for each club in the set – same MOI, same total weight, same headweight, same balance point –to offer the chance for improved shot consistency.
  • Identical length and lie allow the golfer to use the same stance, same posture, same swing plane forimproved shot consistency.
  • Optional high COR #5 hybrid with high COR #5, 6, and 7 irons off er proper distance for the low loft clubs at the shorter single length. Other single length sets may lose distance with the low loft clubs
  • Conventional cast carbon steel in the #8 to gap wedge with 5* loft increments blend with the high COR design of the low loft clubheads to off er proper distance gaps and proper distance with the high loft clubs. Other single length sets may generate too much distance with the high loft clubs.

  • Sterling Irons® Single Length clubs can be built to 36.5”, 36.75 or 37” length for each club as fit by the Clubmaker for the golfer’s comfort and preference. Contrasts with most other single length sets being created for a 37.5” length – which can generate too much distance with the high loft irons.

SGGT fitting studio at Craigmillar Park Golf Club. 

Our fitting studio is equipped with the latest in shaft technology, with over 150 shafts from MRC, Accra, Oban, UST, Fujikura, availble in Drivers/Fairways & hybrids. We have over 50 shaft options available in iron fitting, adding this to our fitting solution heads, this gives our fitters the best system available to find the perfect head/shaft combination. 

Using Trackman technology in our studio's & our custom fuse fit solution, powered by heads from PXG, Callaway, Taylor Made, Srixon, Miura, Vega & mizuno.

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Fuse Fit System


At SGGT, when custom fitting we use the "Fuse Fit" system which allows us to make direct comparison of head/shaft versus head/shaft from different manufacturers.

In the same session we can try out several different branded heads on several different shafts courtesy of this system.

For example we can compare the PXG 0311 iron head with a Modus 3 shaft, quickly unscrew the head and then try the Taylormade M2 iron head on that same same Modus 3 shaft, giving you a true fit and a fair and accurate comparison. 

Big Delivery from Taylormade!

A large delivery from Taylormade arrived today at SGGT!

We are a component company for Taylormade which means we are only sent through heads which allows the customer the a wider offering of custom shafts whilst remaining at competitive prices. Leaving the customer with the tailored driver for them and peace of mind!

Callaway Apex Utility



The Apex Utility Irons have loaded up on technology to deliver forged precision with performance, playability and forgiveness for a great alternative to hybrids or long irons.

Book in today to try!

Shimada Shafts

Shimada Golf KK is one of only two companies in Japan which manufactures steel shafts. Its rival, Nippon, is a subsidiary of a large company, while Shimada is a dedicated family business, passionate about golf and the pursuit of the perfect golf shaft. 

In 1951 Shimada Products KK was established as a shaft factory, also producing parts for skis. The company grew and the present factory "Mizuno" was built in 1967. It is located in its original founding place of Osaka and was opened by Mr Hayashi, now executive of Mizuno. Mr Hayashi noticed the new factory of Shimada and he aimed to adopt made-in Japan shafts for Mizuno Irons. But Shimada did not want to ship their shafts as far as Osaka due to the poor logistic transportation system at that time. Mr Hayashi decided to ride his small motorbike for over 700km from Osaka to the Shimada factory carrying a courtesy souvenir bottle of sake. However, he was dissapointed on arrival, he unfortunately arrived at the wrong side of the river and could see the factory accross the river! He couldn't wait to go around and find the nearest bridge and decided to take of his shoes and cross the river! Shimada was so impressed with his passion that he gave him handful's of Shimada Shafts (amazingly 100pcs for each hand), so that he could successfully carry them back to Osaka on his motorbike. Mr Hayashi was rewarded with his dedicated efforts and promoted to an officer. Sadly Mr Hayashi is no longer with Mizuno. 

Shimada could barely keep up with the demand for golf shafts. Despite being a successful business, Shimada is also committed to the welfare of its employees and their families. The company's philosophy is not to "get rich quick" but to look at the long term, be consistent, and yet strive to continually improve. Shimada now only makes Steel shafts and with good reason.Since then, Shimada preferentially share their production for Mizuno so that Mizuno irons are widely accepted in the Japanese Golf market. 

To maximize its properties, each shaft is heated to 880°C and then reheated to 295°C. Other factors are trade secrets but result in Shimada shafts returning to their natural state quicker than its competitors. The end result is a shaft that feels strong but with a soft feel.

There is a Shimada shaft for every golfer from the slow swing speed and high launch shafts right through to the heavier shafts demanded by many of the worlds leading player.



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