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Innovations in Manufacturing
Dixon Golf has made a monumental impact in the golf industry by introducing the world’s first 100% eco-friendly golf ball. The Dixon Earth has led the golf world into the concept of “green,” but Dixon Golf is not just introducing “green” products into the industry, Dixon Golf is minimizing its own carbon footprint and ecological impact through a number of initiatives.
Dixon Golf’s manufacturing facility meets the highest standards of ecological concern. It is lit by LED lights, its energy comes in large part from solar panels, it has better air quality and lower VOC’s compared to manufacturing facilities of its kind, and recycles it’s water.
Dixon Golf made the decision at its inception that it would avoid all unnecessary mailings. Dixon Golf invoices exclusively through electronic mail, has never sent a paper statement, and stores the vast majority of its essential documents electronically. This not only reduces paper waste, but every letter not sent through a courier reduces vehicle emissions that would have released more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Dixon Golf also encourages its employees to carpool or use public transportation to further reduce the carbon emissions attributable to Dixon Golf. In fact, the corporate headquarters for Dixon Golf is located at the headquarters of a light rail mass transit system.
From packaging to point-of-purchase materials, Dixon Golf always looks for the greenest solutions to it’s print needs. Recycled Kraft paper, SEC Certified bond paper, and polystygreen (recycled styrene) are just a few of those solutions. Dixon Golf makes every effort to use materials from recycled or renewable sources which goes beyond golf balls. Golf gear such as hats made from recycled water bottles and shirts made from bamboo.
Dixon in the Community
The efforts of Dixon Golf to save the earth go beyond just the environment. Dixon Golf also donates ten percent of all its profits to charities that help feed the poor, rebuild after natural disasters, educate the illiterate, and perform other worthy efforts to help the world.
Dixon Golf has set the standard of ecological and sociological concern, and will continue to be the golf company that leads the industry in its fight to save the earth.
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Many high handicap golfers share the same malady. They don’t hit the little ball first. They scoop, trying to help the ball up in the air. Even when an instructor can demonstrate the fault, most students have a difficult time grasping the concept that the ball must be struck with a slightly descending blow, hitting the ball first then the turf.
So teaching professional Martin Chuck had an idea: What if he could design a golf club that encouraged players to hit down on the ball, with the hands ahead of the clubhead at impact? If a player tried to scoop the ball with this club, the ball would never get airborne. Click Here for the Full Story in the World Golf Forum Powered by The Golf Channel!
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Using a laser can be tricky, but I can’t live without my laser rangefinder! Most golfers simply aim the laser at the pin, but I use it for a lot more than that. On many occasions, I’ll measure targets off the tee to select the right club to match the hole’s design elements. The crafty designers generally provide a wide part of the fairway and my laser helps me select the right club to find that “honey” spot. I don’t always pull the driver on par 4’s and 5’s!