For the Best Golf Clubs, there is a Quantum Leap using math and applied physics in Golf Club Fitting and math and physics in Custom Golf Clubs Building

​​​​​custom golf clubs are the best golf clubs using math and physics up to and including PGA Professionals

                                               

                                             












Ray Leach

"I felt the shape of every ball I hit."

After more than 50 years of competitive golf at all levels, I was skeptical of club fitting enhancing my golf experience. It came as quite a surprise that I now believe a well made forged blade is actually easier and more forgiving to play! Not to mention it also produced a more precise dispersion of the golf ball with added distance. In my fitting session with Mr. Butler, numbers improved because of his immense scientific knowledge and deep passion for his technology utilizing the pieces of handmade art from Mr. Miura.

Each time I hit, there was a strong ball flight, soft landing and the transfer of feel of the impact into my hands. I felt the shape of every ball I hit. That feel is a combination of the Miura special edition "small blade" along with the proprietary M80 shaft and Mr. Butler’s ability to fit me as an individual. Even though the numbers were staggering I have to say it goes beyond that.

For the first time in my life, now when I play golf I actually experience the subtle caring that went into each club which is truly a piece of art. 


It doesn’t get any better!


                                       
   A former member/player of the PGA Tour

A native a Marin County, Ray was an outstanding junior player that led him to a career in golf. A graduate of BYU and a room mate of Johnny Miller, Ray was named to four All-American Teams. Currently holds the NCAA record for tournaments won, 18. Meadow Club course record of 60. 

Ray has sought the expert advice of many of the Worlds Top Instructors in helping formulate his simplistic approach to any golfer at any level with any level they desire.

Currently a full time instructor at Peacock Golf Club, Ray is also reestablishing his competitive position as a PGA Champions Tour Player.