Isaac Hall

I was born and raised on a wheat farm west of Spokane and grew up hunting, fishing, and bucking bails. It wasn’t until high school that I got hit with the golf bug. So much so that I would skip class to be the first person to the golf course. My ventures in golf have taken me through college and into professional golf where I played on PGA Tour Canada, Along with mini tour events all across the country. I have played with some of the best players in the world and am excited to share what I’ve found and believe to be true about golf. Through my travels I learned a new golf trade of building clubs and club fitting. Building clubs and being a “gear head” is a unique skill I have knowing how much a fitting can help minimize major misses in our golf swing because nobody puts a good swing on every ball. When we do flush it, the feeling of a compressed golf shot hit my heart and soul, the sensation never goes away or lessens. There’s not a better feeling in the world, and through my ventures in college and on the pro golf circuits, that I have organized a few common denominators in what it takes to compress a golf ball. At the end of the day I am just like all of you, a golf nut who can’t stop thinking about that last good shot.