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Rational Golf Appoints Designer Golf UK Distributor

Rational Golf LLC of Florida has signed a distributor agreement with Designer Golf Ltd club fitting studio of the United Kingdom.  The contract gives Designer Golf the rights to deliver the revolutionary BioMatch One-Swing Golf Club Matching system directly to its customers.  BioMatch will provide more accuracy and distance to all Designer Golf´s club-fitting customers and thereby improve the competitiveness of Designer Golf.

BioMatch offers effortless improvement to any golfer's game by matching the golf clubs within the set and to the body of the golfer.  Thereby taking back the accuracy and distance that Swingweight matched golf clubs are robbing you off.  The revolutionary system is applied to any golfer´s clubs, old or new.

The online application, available at www.rational-golf.com, creates a model of the golfer swinging each of his or her clubs and thereby determines the optimum weight for each club.  The target weight is achieved by adding a specific proprietary weight inside the shaft at the grip end of each club.  BioMatch is the last step in the club fitting process. 

Once the weights are installed the golfer´s game will improve effortlessly as he or her now only have to ingrain one swing in the subconscious mind.  Steering of the club is no longer necessary and is discouraged.  The method provides significantly better accuracy and slightly more distance to golfers at all levels.  BioMatch is a must have for any golfer who cares about their scores, or even the enjoyment of the game.

BioMatch replaces the arbitrary Swingweight method of matching golf clubs.  The more scientifically inclined golf professionals do understand the problems the outdated Swingweight method creates and are searching for new solutions.  One such example is Bryson DeChambeau's single length irons.  Entering the properties of the single length irons into the BioMatch algorithm proves that his Irons are matched.  BioMatch achieves the advantages of the single length irons without the disadvantages of the single length irons such as reduced accuracy with the “short” irons and lack of distance and height with the “long” Irons.  Besides, the other clubs in DeChambeau's set are not matched to his single length irons.  BioMatch matches all the clubs in your set.  The putter is the only exception.  As the putting stroke is a completely different motion, it does not interfere with the subconscious routine of swinging the other clubs.

Designer Golf Ltd, located in Daventry just north of London, is now trained and fully equipped to implement the patented BioMatch method to its customers.  Steve Low, Managing Director of Designer Golf Ltd, was stunned by the results that BioMatch brought and grabbed the opportunity to become the UK Distributor with both hands: “After applying the method to my clubs I was shocked to see the dispersion, or lack of such, shown on my Flightscope.  Designer Golf is now set to revolutionize the club fitting business in the United Kingdom and welcomes customers from all over Europe”.

The founder of Rational Golf LLC of Florida and inventor of the BioMatch system, Gisle Solhaug, is excited to work with Designer Golf as he will be able to serve golfers in the UK better.  The cooperation with Designer Golf will be used as a model for how Rational Golf will appoint and work with distributors worldwide.

Golfers are welcome to learn more at www.rational-golf.com.  Club fitters in Europe should contact Steve Low, club fitters outside Europe should get in touch with Gisle Solhaug.

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Single Length Irons Vs. BioMatch

BioMatch; Best of Both Worlds

There are disadvantages, as well as advantages, of having all the clubs the same length.  When all your clubs have the same mass, moment of inertia, and length you can apply the same consistent swing to all your clubs.  Being able to use the same swing for all your clubs is a huge advantage.  However, your "shorter" clubs will be less accurate, and your "longer" clubs will have a lower than optimal ball flight as compared to a standard set of club.  BioMatch gives you the best of both worlds.  You keep your standard length clubs while still being able to apply the same swing to all your clubs.  And I mean all your clubs, not just your irons, as is the case with the single length irons.

The current popularity of single length irons proves that there is a need for matching of golf clubs.  BioMatch fills this need without the golfer having to buy new clubs, and it does so for all the clubs in the bag.

BioMatch gives you more distance on every club as well as deadly accuracy with every club in the bag.  BioMatch is easily applied to your existing clubs by installing the recommended size of weight to the grip end of your clubs.  The patented BioMatch application builds a model of your body swinging each of your clubs.  Thereby, determining the optimum weight to be added to each of your clubs for your body, hands, and clubhead to be synchronized at impact.  Your game will improve, effortlessly, once you have installed the weights.

See www.rational-golf.com for details.

BioMatch Weights

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Bryson DeChambeau's single length irons

By Gisle Solhaug |

Bryson DeChambeau's single length irons are all matched. The BioMatch method of matching golf clubs determines the optimum mass of each club in the set. The optimum mass is a function of club length, club moment of inertia, and lie angle as well as the properties of the golfer. As all these variables are identical for all of Bryson DeChambeau's irons, the BioMatch method will yield the same optimum weight for all his irons. As all his irons do have the same weight, they are matched according to the BioMatch method.

Unfortunately only his irons are matched. The rest of his clubs can easily be matched by the BioMatch method so that he can use the same swing for all his clubs, without altering the length of the clubs or the weight of the club heads.  The optimum weight of each club is obtained by inserting the appropriate size of weight into the grip end of the club.

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