MUNIMAX'S TOP 5 GOLF SNEAKER DROPS OF 2019.
Recently we dropped our new Muni Kids Wood Bag Tags and I thought we should tell you a little about them. We wanted to create golf accessories that were really one of a kind. After brainstorming for many days we decided, what would be better than wooden bag tags made right here in house at the Muni Kids Workshop. Each bag tag starts out on a long strip of wood. We measure out the length of each tag and then we go straight to branding them with our logo. The branding iron is heated up in a fire pit and then used to brand each one individually. Branding is not an exact science so the beauty of these bag tags is each one has it's own individuality. After the branding is done, we start to cut them to the proper length so they are all separated. The next step is drilling the holes out for the leather straps. Then we decided to go with two different staining options, a darker Mission Oak and a lighter Pecan. Some of our bag tags get personally numbered next and stained while we keep some unstained so we can add personalization if you choose and then stain and number them. Our Muni Kids Wood Bag Tags are a project that we are really proud of and turned out great. We are really excited to finally be able to share these with you guys! Hope you enjoy!
We are really proud to announce our latest product to be added to munikids.com, the Muni Kids Proline Towel by PlayKleen. To give you a little background information on PlayKleen, here's what you need to know. PlayKleen was founded by entrepreneur Travis Teeple and current Touring Professionals Michael and Andrew Putnam. Their mission is to create golf towels that are durable, hold up in the heat, and can stand the test of time, not to mention they look amazing! The towels themselves are made of what the guys at PlayKleen call FLEXTEK Material. The towels are made of very soft and durable microfiber strands, that are configured in a waffle weave pattern that allows for a nice deep clean. As for how absorbent the towel is, it holds up to 300% of it's weight in water. They offer their towels in 3 different sizes, The Proline, Clubline, and Triline. PlayKleen offers several different color ways in each model as well as customization options that include embroidery or sublimation. Here at Muni Kids we decided that we wanted to make a logo towel available because let's face it, it's one of the most important yet underrated pieces of equipment we need to play the best golf we can. After researching all our options, PlayKleen was the best option by a long shot and didn't hurt that Travis Teeple was great to work with and incredibly helpful in creating our towels, a true professional. We decided to go with the Proline model towel which measures 17" x 37" the perfect size players towel. Their are two different color way options available online, Black/White and Red/White/Blue. Before we put the towels online at munikids.com for our customers, we thought we would test the towel out and let you guys know what we thought. After using the towel for 5 rounds it was very clear that the towel lived up to everything that PlayKleen promotes, it's durable, the heat had no affect on it's performance, and it holds more than it's weight in water. Something that I found to be very underrated about the towel was that it is very lightweight, I never thought that the weight of my golf towel was something I would factor in when grabbing a towel for my bag when I go play, until I used this one. It's like it's not even there it's so light. Muni Kids Staff Member, Drew Reinland, decided that he wanted to use the towels at the Northwest Open earlier this week for the first time and afterwards he was ecstatic about the towel's performance. Drew said that it was easily best towel he'd ever used and he said to top it off, it just visually looks better than anything he had ever used. PlayKleen says on their website, "Give us a shot, you'll be glad you did." We are sure glad we did. Thanks guys!
It seems now a days that the golf club corporations are putting out a new driver at least two times a year. Every time they market it to be the next greatest thing to ever happen to golf clubs. How can the consumer keep up if this were true? They are making it sound like you are at a disadvantage if you are playing last years model. I believe this to be completely false. The technology is no longer rapidly improving and has hit a stall, just like they did in the persimmon era. In the 50's, 60's, and 70's it wasn't that out of the ordinary for tour players to keep the same model of driver in the bag for over a decade. I recently hit the same driver for 6 years until it caved in and can no longer find that model in good shape even on ebay. I'm yet to find something even in the same ballpark as good as that driver. The local golf philosopher at the muni I grew up on, Gregg Corn, has always preached since I was a kid, if you find a driver and shaft combo that you like, you should own three of them. Driver technology is just not getting that much better. So the long and short of this story is, if you find a driver you like, don't feel pressured to get the latest greatest thing because you might already have the best option for you already in your bag and just need to stock up.