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Golf-Technology Holding, Inc. was a manufacturer that designed and sold golf equipment. The company was eventually renamed after its Snake Eyes golf clubs, which were still produced after Golfsmith acquired the brand name. Golfers can find a large array of clubs, irons, putters, and wedges with the Snake Eyes brand name.

What is a Snake Eyes Hybrid club design based upon?

The hybrid is a golf club that borrows elements from both irons and woods. It was created to address the difficulty many golfers faced when using their long irons. The design incorporates a steel or titanium head that resembles those found on fairway woods. It generates less clubhead speed and ball roll than a fairway wood can. This head shape offers a lie angle that is found on irons. The swing mechanics resemble that of an iron, with the added weight slowing clubhead speed with increased applied force. The head shapes include hybrid, square head, and teardrop designs.

What are the letter markings seen on Snake Eyes shafts?

The lettering printed on the shaft of a golf club indicates its flexibility rating. Flexibility can influence the alignment of the clubface at impact, the trajectory of the ball when it is struck, and the distance a shot will travel after being hit. This flexibility needs to be matched to the speed of the clubhead. A higher speed will require more stiffness in order to prevent the clubhead from moving too far out of alignment. Stiffer shafts are usually made from heavier steel. Clubs with lower clubhead speeds do not require as much rigidity. More flexible shafts are made from lighter graphite that produces more play when swung. There are five markings, each rating the stiffness of the shaft. The categories are:

  • Extra Stiff - Marked as X
  • Stiff - Marked as S
  • Regular - Marked as R
  • Seniors - Marked as A
  • Ladies - Marked as L
What is supplied in a standard set of Snake Eyes?

Standard golf sets consist of three woods, seven irons, a pitching wedge, and a putter. Official rules allow a golfer to carry 14 clubs maximum, with no special limitations on which ones can be carried. Some sets will replace irons with hybrids or add a sand wedge. Others will include short irons or long irons. A standard Snake Eyes golf set breaks down as follows:

  • Woods - 1 or Driver, 3, and 5
  • Irons - 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9
  • Wedge - P or Pitching
  • Putter
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