In 2014 we were very excited to
take over the ownership and manufacture of the Universal
This adjustable golf club, also
known as the Walkers Club, was first invented in the USA by the
late Don Moore. Don was a perfectionist in everything he did and
was continually looking to make improvements and in 2013 implemented
the most recent changes.
We were one of the first dealers
of the club and have enjoyed a long association with Don and his
wife Peggy and are very proud to be able to continue the legacy
of the adjustable club.
For general enquiries you can contact
Ken Galvin at email@example.com.
The Universal Club is from the
inventor of the first air operated Tire Changer, Donald D. Moore,
U.S. Pat. 2,962,065. His other inventions include the Superstick
Adjustable Golf Club, U.S.Pat. 3,840,231, with over 100,000 sold
and The Walkers Club U.S.Pat. 5,538,245.
The SuperStick was the first Adjustable
Club to use both the vernier principle to change the loft and
the double step telescopic travel shaft. These two principles
are incorporated with all three adjustable clubs on the market
today. As the patents expired on the Superstick in 1992, another
man from Ohio used these two principles to develop a similar adjustable
club. Moore then patented the Walkers club that leapfrogged both
of the existing clubs. As improvements were made the name was
changed to The Universal Club.
The new features include a machined
flat putter face with 4 adjustable lofts, a Stainless Steel Adjustable
locking lever, large loft numbers on a ratcheting selector ring,
and the lie angle changes automatically for wedge and putter use.
The advantages of using 1 club
are a more consistent golf swing, saving fossil fuel, healthy
exercise, cross golf, traveling light, executive and par 3 use,
a second set of clubs and most of all to save money. This club
is absolutely fair and takes the game back to its roots, where
skill and healthy exercise are the most important factors.
One Universal Club, for more consistent