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    Indi Golf ATK Grind Wedges

    Press Release

    Indi Golf, design and manufacturer of high-performance golf clubs, introduces new ATK Grind wedges to give players more shot-making options. The ATK Grind will be launched at the 2019 PGA Merchandise Show January 23 through January 25 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Indi Golf is part of the International Clubmakers Guild and will be exhibiting with them at the Demo Day on Tee #5 on January 22, 2019 and at the convention center in Room #W209B.

    “We’re committed to designing quality products that will help golfers perform at their best and enjoy the game more,” said Rob Lang, General Manager, Indi Golf. “Our new ATK Grind, which is short for Attack, allows us to provide an option for players needing more bounce and turf forgiveness on square face shots.”

    The ATK Grind has been designed with more heel, toe and trailing edge relief to allow for increased shot making. This allows the player to open the face and the leading edge will remain the same distance from the ground as if in a square club face position, yielding a consistent look and increased confidence.

    “This new grind is an addition to our current grind that has been very well received and successful,” added Lang. The ATK Grind is designed with Indi Golf’s ScoopBack, TractionFace, and LaunchControl technologies, maintaining Indi’s legendary forgiveness, spin, and control. The ATK Grind will feature a new matt black finish and will be available in both the StingRay and StingRay TT models.

    Indi Golf’s proprietary ScoopBack design creates maximum forgiveness by moving mass higher in the face, and toward the toe.  This optimizes the location of the club’s CG, making the head more stable on off-center contact, helping shots feel better, go straighter, spin more and end up closer to the hole. The ScoopBack design is not a muscle back or perimeter-weighted design but is a combination that brings the player the best of both worlds.

    TractionFace technology uses a proprietary open square groove shape and pattern to create tremendous backspin and optimal launch conditions. These aggressive box grooves increase spin by 50% and are so effective that the StingRay wedge exceeds the performance limits outlined in the Rules of Golf, making them ideal for recreational golfers. StingRay TT remixes TractionFace technology with another revolutionary groove shape and pattern to optimize launch and increase backspin by 20% on a full swing while Conforming to the Rules of Golf.

    Other features of the ATK Grind wedges designed to improve performance include:
    ● LaunchControl – A lower launch and higher spin combination allows golfers to be more aggressive and reduces the influence of elements on the ball.
    ● ShortHosel – Creates discretionary weight that has been position higher in the face and more towards the toe, resulting in higher performance, better feel, and more forgiveness.
    ● Optimized Bounce – Allows the head to glide through the turf yielding solid contact for the grooves to grab the ball and impart maximum spin while producing ideal launch conditions.

    The ATK Grind StingRay TT Wedges are available in 50, 52, 54, 56, 58 and 60-degree lofts. They conform with the Rules of Golf. The ATK Grind StingRay Wedges are offered in 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, and 60-degree lofts. They do not conform with the Rules of Golf. MSRP is $159.99 for all models. For more information, visit www.indigolfclubs.com.

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    I tend to play my wedges straight on, so their other grind is likely the better fit for me, but I'm looking forward to seeing what people think about these. I have been impressed with the Indi offerings I've tried so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpeterson View Post
    I tend to play my wedges straight on, so their other grind is likely the better fit for me, but I'm looking forward to seeing what people think about these. I have been impressed with the Indi offerings I've tried so far.
    Me too. I think their Scoop Back design really aids in that.
    In my 2018 #TheGrandaddy THP Event Bag

    Driver:
    Epic Flash w/ Helium Shaft 45"
    Driver 2: XXIO Prime w/
    Custom THP HZRDUS Shaft 43.5"
    Fairway Wood:
    JGR
    Hybrids:
    Launcher HB
    Irons: Apex 19 w/ Recoil Proto 95
    Wedges:
    CBX 50* and RTX-4 56* & 60* PM Grind 19
    Putter:
    #7S
    Balls:
    Chrome Soft X

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    These look and sound really good. Would gravitate more toward the black finish even if shows wear on the face and sole from play.
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    The black looks solid.

    Its good to see them continuing to produce new designs, means they have to at least be doing decently, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jman View Post
    The black looks solid.

    Its good to see them continuing to produce new designs, means they have to at least be doing decently, no?
    They have done well. It reminds me a bit of some other smaller companies. Its hard to get to the trial, but if done well, people come around. Indi's wedges seem to be very well liked once they are in hands. We have even seen some of their designs flow into some more mainstream stuff (more weight high, etc).
    In my 2018 #TheGrandaddy THP Event Bag

    Driver:
    Epic Flash w/ Helium Shaft 45"
    Driver 2: XXIO Prime w/
    Custom THP HZRDUS Shaft 43.5"
    Fairway Wood:
    JGR
    Hybrids:
    Launcher HB
    Irons: Apex 19 w/ Recoil Proto 95
    Wedges:
    CBX 50* and RTX-4 56* & 60* PM Grind 19
    Putter:
    #7S
    Balls:
    Chrome Soft X

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    They have done well. It reminds me a bit of some other smaller companies. Its hard to get to the trial, but if done well, people come around. Indi's wedges seem to be very well liked once they are in hands. We have even seen some of their designs flow into some more mainstream stuff (more weight high, etc).
    I like that they’ve kept a sort of industrial look to them through the evolution, thicker angled but still really clean lines at address. For some reason from the back they’ve always reminded me a touch of that Edel look, but better at address.
    WITB:
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    PX HZRDUS Smoke 70 6.5
    TaylorMade - Original One 13.5 - Fujikura Evolution V X
    PING - G410 19.0/22.0 - Alta CB 70S
    Callaway - Apex CF19 Combo 5-PW - True Temper Elevate X100
    Cleveland - RTX4 Raw 48M/54M/60XL - DG TI S400
    SWAG
    - Handsome One VICE

    Taylormade - 2019 TP5x



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