The Pitchfix Twister 2.0 Divot tool was featured on Clubupgolf.com. Innovation. It’s a term synonymous with the golf industry . . . or so golf company executives would have made you believe. The reality is innovation is not occurring as frequently as equipment manufacturers, club manufacturers specifically, would have you believe. Multi-material construction? Yeah, that’s… Read more »
The greatest scourge in golf is not white belts or even hole-by-hole updates via Snapchat. It’s something more insidious and frighteningly more common. According to a survey by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, the most frequent breach of golf etiquette is the failure to repair ball marks. An unfixed pitch mark likely will… Read more »
Ask any golfer and they will have a story about a putt that veered off course because of an unfixed divot mark! Repairing pitch marks on the green from those high pitching wedges shots just got easier. Standard repair tools and golf tees do a fair job, but there is a better set of tools now being offered by Pitchfix. Golf… Read more »
Pitchfix Twister featured by Tee Times Pitchfix Twister was featured by Tee Times in their July issue in the “Equipment Corner” section.Tee Times is a monthly paper distributed to golf courses, driving ranges, golf stores, etc in Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and Georgia. Pitchfix announced its latest product – the Twister 2.0, which… Read more »
Pitchfix Twister 2.0 was featured by The Golf Guide in their Summer 2016 issue. The Golf Guide is a regional golf magazine in the Mid-Atlantic States with 4 issues per year and has a circulation of over 40,000. I was delightfully surprised the first time I reviewed the Pitchfix Twister. The caliber of their line… Read more »
Sun sentinel posted an article about Father’s day gifts featuring the Pitchfix Twister 2.0 According to Sun Sentinel the Twister 2.0 is the best way for dad to fix ball marks on the green. If your dad plays golf, there are loads of gifts he’d love to get for Father’s Day, which is June 19…. Read more »
Gogolfandtravel wrote an article about the nomination of the Twister 2.0 as ”Best divot repair tool” by Golf Digest.
American Golfer wrote an article about Pitchfix nomination as ”best divot tool” with the Twister 2.0 Pitchfix Twister 2.0 Awarded ‘Best Divot Repair Tool’ by Golf Digest Editors’ Choice Awards Featured in May Issue (New York) – Pitchfix, a global market leader in switchblade divot tools and other golf products, today announced its… Read more »
Golfblogger recently released a teacher’s review about the Twister 2.0 According to Golfblogger The Pitchfix Twister aims to end the discussion on how to repair a ball mark by offering an entirely new way of fixing ball marks. Pitchfix Twister Review Pitchfix Twister Grade: A Teachers’ Comments: A better way to fix a ball mark Over… Read more »
Pitchfix had been rewarded with ”best golf divot tool” by golf digest. Golf wire wrote an article about the nomination. New York (May 16, 2016) – Pitchfix, a global market leader in switchblade divot tools and other golf products, today announced its latest product – the Twister 2.0 was named “Best Divot Repair Tool” by… Read more »
Pitchfix Twister 2.0 was featured by Sports Illustrated Golf+ in the issue of week 21 (16-22 May). Sports illustrated Golf+ is a weekly digital magazine.
Pitchfix Twister was featured by Pluggedin Golf New York (May 3, 2016) – Pitchfix USA, a global market leader in switchblade divot tools and other golf products, today announced its latest product – the Twister 2.0, which debuted at the 2016 PGA Show in Orlando is now available for purchase. An innovative divot repair tool,… Read more »
Golf Vacations Magazine wrote an article featuring the Twister. According to Golf Vacations Magazine the Twister is truly a game-changing invention. A link to Golf Vacations issue is below. The link should take you directly to the page, but if not the Twister is on page 27 https://issuu.com/golfvacationsmagazine/docs/golf_vacations_magazine_-_january_2_921473a0599c1a The article shows the old Twister, Pitchfix already… Read more »