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What Happend to a golf club that has been cryogenically treated?

Cryogenic processing - Golf clubs and balls

Golf club heads that have been cryogenically treated (metal woods and irons) exhibit a sweet spot that is increased by 2 to 3 times its normal size. With the residual stress removed from the casting or machining process, it makes a difference-not just for longer shots but for more accuracy. Golf balls that have been cryogenically processed and hit on a mechanical swing machine showed an increased hit distance of 5 to 10 yards farther, and had a tighter landing circle. Combined with a cryogenically treated driver, the results showed balls could consistently be hit 20 to 30 yards farther.


Cryogenics makes a big difference in performance

Untreted golf club head
Cryogenically treated golf club head
untreated golf club head
cryogenically treated golf club head

“By combining the superior properties of Cryogenic Supersteel with the Cantilever Weight System, we have designed a set of irons with performance that was not before possible" - Jack Nicklaus


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