General FAQs
  • What is the difference between the Global PNP Golf Website and the Australian PNP Golf Website?

    The Global PNP Golf site is designed for all customers outside of Australia, all of the products are charged in US dollars and orders can be delivered to countries outside of Australia.

    The Australian PNP Golf Website is designed for customers only in Australia, all of our products are charged in Australian dollars and orders can be delivered to anywhere in Australia.

    If you an Australian customer and you have accidentally visited the global site, please click on the dropdown menu up the top right hand corner to be redirected to the Australian site.

  • Will I be charged import tax on my order?

    Some duty or taxes may be applicable in certain countries. PNP Golf will not be held responsible for any additional taxes (import duties or sales tax) incurred by your country.

    Customers from the United States should not be charged any tariffs under the Free Trade Agreement between Australia and the US.  However, this is subject to the authority of customs.

    Please check your local customs procedures regarding tax. Tariffs and charges are subject to change at any time.

    We will not charge you Australian Goods and Services tax (GST).

    For more information, please refer to our Shipping Policy

  • I live outside of Australia but I would like to ship my order directly to someone who lives in Australia. Can I do this?

    If you would like to ship your order to a friend or relative in Australia, please contact us at info-global@pnpgolf.com or +61 2 6239 3462 to discuss shipping options and costs.

  • My country isn’t on the drop down list of countries, can I still get a PNP Golf product?

    PNP Golf ships orders to Australia, the United States, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, South Korea, China and Japan.

    For orders outside of these countries, please email us for shipping rates.

  • What if I can’t be at home to sign for my delivery?

    All PNP Golf orders require a signature on delivery.

    If you are not home at the time of delivery, your order will be sent to your local post office/collection centre for you to pick up.

    We suggest using a work address or an address where you know there will always be someone to sign for the delivery to avoid any inconvenience.

Point n Putt SX1 Putter FAQs
  • How does the Alignment Technology in the Point N Putt Putter Work?

    The alignment technology is centered around the Directional Pointer.  By lining up the Directional Pointer, instead of lining up the face of your intended line, Sam PuttLab studies have shown a dramatic alignment improvement for many golfers.  When you address the ball, use the Directional Pointer and resist the temptation to line up the face. By lining up the pointer you are lining up the face. The Directional Pointer is a great feature that you will quickly adjust to and see amazing benefits.

  • What is ‘face balancing’ in a putter and how is it associated with the Point N Putt putter?

    If you balance the neck of the putter on your index finger and the striking face lies parallel, your putter is face balanced. This means that the centre of gravity is directly behind the centre of the shaft. This helps to keep the putter on its intended line.

  • What is ‘Moment of Inertia’ (M.O.I.) and how is it associated with the Point N Putt putter?

    M.O.I. is a physics term that indicates the relative difference in how easy or difficult it is to set any object in motion around a defined axis of rotation. In golf, it is the forgiveness of the force needed when you hit an off-centre shot with your putter, or any golf club. Perimeter weighting gives a higher m.o.i, as the club head will twist less with an off-centre shot. M.O.I. is associated with the Point n Putt putter because of its extreme perimeter weighting.

    When lining up a putt with the Point N Putt putter, you are automatically lining up the Directional Pointer at the centre back of the ball, through to the target direction. This will give you the optimum force in projecting the ball forward.

  • Do I need extra weights?

    For a serious golfer adjustable weights are definitely an advantage. The two weight varieties (giving four different putter head weights) are designed to give the golfer the flexibility to optimise the weight of the putter head to his/her putting style or feel and/or the type of green setting i.e. more weight for slow greens etc.

  • Are the weights easy to change?

    Yes they are with the removal tool provided. Simply turn the key anti-clockwise to open, clockwise to tighten.

    NOTE : Do not over tighten.

RAKE Wedge Series FAQs
  • What does the RAKE Dual Bounce Rail Design do?

    The Rake Dual Bounce Rail Design gives you the advantage of bounce without a large bounce lobe that can get stuck in grass or sand.  This patented Dual Bounce Rail Design creates a space for grass and sand to flow through which allows the club to maintain its momentum and stay online.  The trailing edge design offers relief from the resistance of the club head into the grass and sand and allows the golfer to follow through and finish the swing much easier.  The Rake Dual Bounce Rail Design is the only wedge in the golf industry that actually uses the grass and/or sand to stabilize the club through impact preventing it from twisting or turning through the hitting area.  This is increasingly noticeable in deep rough or heavy wet grass.

  • Why should I use a RAKE Sand Wedge?

    In theory and in practice, the Rake Sand Wedge with its patented Dual Bounce Rail Design allows you to get out of the sand and rough with less effort.  The Rake Sand Wedge does not dig into the sand as deep as an industry standard sand wedge and is designed to “bounce” out of the sand sooner.  This is advantageous especially so for higher handicappers (15+) who will not have to work as hard or have as much physical strength to get the ball out of the sand.

  • What is golf club bounce?

    Golf Club Bounce is the angle formed between the leading and trailing edges of the bottom of your club, also referred to as the sole of your club.  When you address a golf ball the club actually rests on the sole where most clubs have the number or name of club located.  The bounce on each club is designed to create the least amount of resistance and increase the ease of hitting consistent shots.  Golf Club Bounce is one of the keys to improving a clubs performance.  The amount of bounce you need is dependent upon the playing conditions most frequently encountered and must be considered when purchasing your clubs.  Touring professionals will own multiple sand wedges with varying bounce angles and change depending on the playing conditions which could include tight lies, hard ground, hard or wet sand, fluffy sand, thick rough and other conditions.

  • What is bounce angle?

    On the sole of your golf club there is a trailing edge that actually rests slightly lower than the leading edge.  The angle formed between the ground and the slope form the sole’s leading edge to its trailing edge, this is the Bounce Angle.

  • What is the bounce angle of the RAKE Sand Wedge?

    The Rake Sand Wedge has a Rail bounce angle of 20 degrees and actual Bounce Angle of 10 degrees between the rails.  The larger bounce angle is unique in the golf industry and is designed to prevent the clubhead from digging deeply into the sand on the downswing.  The large Bounce Angle allows the club to slide through the sand or thick grass allowing you to make more consistent contact.

  • How much bounce do I need on my wedges?

    The playing conditions encountered must be considered when deciding how much bounce you need on your wedges.  The more bounce a wedge has the more it will resist digging into the sand or deep rough.  The greater the bounce angle the more resistance the club head will have as it moves through the sand or thick rough keeping it near the ground surface allowing for a cleaner strike.   When choosing a wedge do so with your hometown golf courses in mind.  If you play a golf course with very few sand traps and a hard surface you may want a club with less bounce.  The Rake Lob Wedge which has 15 degrees of bounce is more suited for consistency on these shots.  If you play golf courses that have several sand traps and rough or thick grass you may find a club with more bounce more appealing.  Generally, for shots out of sand traps and/or rough, a wedge with more bounce performs better.  More bounce allows the club to slide through the sand easier rather than dig deeply into the dirt.   The PNP Rake Sand Wedge has a large Rail Bounce, 20 degrees, and its patented Rake shaped sole reduces the amount of the club contacting the ground resulting in less drag.  If your local course has both types of conditions, you might want to have both clubs in your bag.

  • How do I choose between a RAKE Sand Wedge and a RAKE Lob Wedge?

    Both the RAKE Sand and RAKE Lob wedge are scoring clubs, you just use them in different situations.  The RAKE Sand wedge is the club of choice out of the sand.  The Sand Wedge is also great for pitch and chip shots that have lots of putting green surface for the ball to roll towards the hole.  The RAKE Lob wedge is the club of choice for pitch and chip shots that require height and/or spin.  With practice the RAKE Lob wedge is also great out of the sand or deep rough.  The decision to have one or the other is tough and dependent on the courses you play.  For many people who play courses with different conditions, having both RAKE Wedges will help you score better.

  • Should I only use my RAKE Sand Wedge from the sand?

    By design the Rake Sand Wedge is the best club to use out of most sand traps because of the benefits gained from 20 degrees of Rail bounce.   In theory and in practice, the Rake Wedge design allows you to get out of the sand with less effort.  The Rakes Rail Bounce Design does not dig into the sand as deep as a standard wedge and therefore is designed  to “bounce” out of the sand sooner.  The Rake Sand Wedge is best out of the sand but we suggest you develop short game skills from anywhere on the golf course that is within the distance you can hit your Rake Sand Wedge.   A Sand Wedge is a scoring club so put some time in with yours from the sand and from around the green.  With practice, the Rake Sand Wedge can be used for most shots inside 100 yards.

  • What is an On-Set Leading Edge?

    An On-set Leading Edge is a face forward clubface design that places the face of the club forward of the hosel.  The ON-Set design allows you to strike the ball sooner than a square leading edge and helps you make better contact on tight lies and hard pan.   Both the Rake Sand Wedge and Rake Lob Wedge have the On-Set Leading Edge

  • How is the RAKE Lob Wedge different than a standard lob wedge?

    The Rake Lob Wedge is unique in that it is the only Lob wedge in the golf industry designed with a Dual Bounce Rail.  The Dual Bounce Rail Design enables the Rake Lob Wedge to cut through thick grass or hit off hard pan much easier than a standard Lob wedge.  The Rake Lob Wedge Rail Design is unlike any Lob wedge in golf today.

  • When should I use a RAKE Lob wedge?

    The Rake Lob wedge should be used for high approach and pitch shots from around the green from distances up to 80 yards or as far as you can hit it.  The Rake Lob Wedge is a vital scoring club and can be used from almost anywhere including the fairway, the rough, the sand and even tight lies or hard pan.  The Rake Lob Wedge has 60 degrees of loft, perfect for high flop shots and pitch and chip shots to a tight or tucked pin that does not have a lot of green surface for your ball to roll.  The Rake Lob Wedge is designed to land soft and stop quickly after it lands.

  • When should I use a RAKE Sand Wedge?

    The Rake Sand wedge should be used from any sand trap and for pitch and chip shots around the green from distances up to approximately 100 meters or as far as you can hit it.  The Rake Sand Wedge is exceptional out of most any sand trap and is a vital scoring club.  Although it’s highly recommended out of the sand it can also be used from the fairway and rough.  The Rake Sand Wedge is unlike any sand wedge in golf today.

  • How do I choose a shaft for my wedge?

    We suggest the shaft of your golf club should be chosen based on your swing speed and handicap. See guidelines for choosing your shaft in Sand Wedge Options or Lob Wedge Options.