Our goals at Eagle are simple, customer satisfaction and producing the highest quality product possible.
We are a family owned and operated business located in Fremont California. We have been in business in the same location since 1996.
We decided to start this business because we truly love the great game of golf and thoroughly enjoy all aspects of fitting and making golf clubs.
We take great pride in the craftsmanship we put into each set of clubs that we produce.
We are members of the "Golf Clubmakers' Association". We have attended several courses in fitting, repair and assembly of golf clubs. We keep current with the latest components, equipment and technologies available.
We have been awarded the "Distinguished Clubmaker" award from the Golf Clubmakers' Association.
Our shop is fully equipped with up to date equipment. We produce the best quality equipment that you can buy.
We are a full service shop and offer a wide variety of services and repairs. We can correct most variances in your existing clubs.
The most important part of our job is to correctly select and fit components to your ability, size, desires and budget. This process will take at least 2 meetings with you. This process will take about 10 days. Taking into account the 22 different club specifications, we will select a few options of each component for you to select from. The most expensive components are not necessarily the best selection.
Custom made clubs can Improve Your Game. They can decrease the mistakes caused by your equipment and help correct some of your bad habits. They will not turn a 30 handicapper into a 5, without a lot of practice and some lessons. The most important thing they will give you is confidence, and let you enjoy the game. It is a good feeling to step up to the ball knowing that you have the best club for you in your hands.
We want you to be sure you want us to make your clubs, so shop around. Some good advice to you is "buyer beware". You can buy cheap custom-made golf clubs, and that is exactly what you will get "cheap clubs". There are clubmakers that think that cutting the shaft to the correct length and assembling the clubs constitutes custom made. We disagree. There are 22 different golf club specifications. We take all these into account when fitting your clubs.