It seems like it has been a long off-season since Rory stormed past Brookes to win the Fedex Cup and wrap up the 2019 tour. We had a thrilling time watching everyone’s favorite, Tiger, power the Americans to a come-from-behind President’s cup win. We have a lot of really great memories from 2019 and hopefully you had some memorable rounds of your own.
Golf is challenging because many factors can affect your game. Your swing’s success depends not only on your technique, but also the clubs you use situationally. There are fourteen clubs from which a golfer can choose including drivers, irons, wedges, or putters. Each comes with its own challenges that a golfer must master. Additionally, the surrounding environment can affect the final outcome. The weather, the course, and the lay of the land all affect your shot and have the potential to ruin your day.
Faced with these challenges, it is not surprising that golfers make many of the same mistakes. Here are five of the most common mistakes with some simple solutions to correct them.
This is the final chapter of our story, and by far the most important.
Several members of Graff Golf’s founding team are student-athletes at Johns Hopkins University. Early morning on January 2nd, 2019, we received the shocking and sad news that our school’s beloved head coach, Jim Margraff, had passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. He had been the central figure for the football program, an inspiration to each of us and a pillar in the Hopkins community for nearly 30 years
Now that we at Graff Golf have introduced you to our founders, our idea, our technology and our future, we thought it was time to talk about our passion: the game of golf. 2019 on the PGA tour had some great moments, let’s reminisce while it is still fresh.
Part III, The Technology, gave background on what we have been developing here at Graff. Today, we’re giving you the details on what our app experience will be like.
Part II, The Founders, gave background on how our team came together. Today we’re giving you all the details of what we have been developing for the past year in regards to our smart golf ball.
Part I closed the loop on how our CEO Aaron Shapiro was inspired to dive into the startup world with his idea for a smart golf ball. Now we give you all the details of how Graff Golf went from merely an idea to an actual company
When our CEO Aaron Shapiro was introduced to golf at age 14, he experienced a feeling that many golfers feel at all levels of play:
The past few months have been a wild ride to say the least. We cannot thank you enough for being the earliest supporters of our company as we continue with development. With that being said, these busy months have yielded significant progress for us. This report includes our latest updates, as well as a survey—if you have a moment, please participate!