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Attention Members of the Press: Click on Press Resources to find high-resolution images and other helpful media resources. For press inquiries, please contact Kit Mungo at or call 888 41HERBIE.


In this the March issue of Golf Australia Magazine, readers from handicap 9 – 20 took the Herbie’s One Putt Wedge for a test play. Read their first impressions and overall impression of this game changing golf club.
Herbie's One Putt Wedge



ESPN 760

The Golf Channel
“PGA Merchandise Show , Orlando”
Visiting Herbie and Kit booth #1325 in Orlando “Golf Channel’s Charley Rymer gives the One Putt Wedge a thumbs up”



When it comes to choosing a golf club or training aid to improve your golf game, there’s no shortage of products to choose from.
In this issue of Fore Magazine , SCGA members took the time to review some of the newest products available that will help your game whether you’re a beginner or professional.

Herbie's One Putt Wedge


PRODUCT INGENUITY-EMERGING COMPANIES Celebrating its 19th anniversary, the ING Industry Honors recognizes outstanding achievement in golf business across 12 different categories, ranging from advertising to innovations and golf product design.
Herbie’s One-Putt Wedge made the Final Ballot in the 19th Annual ING Industry Honors. Nominated by golf industry professionals in the Product Ingenuity: Emerging Companies category for 2012.

Todd Lewis Anchor of The Golf Channel presents Best Product “Herbie’s One Putt Wedge” to designer Kit Mungo. The large assembly of Golf publishers, writers,television and radio voted for Herbie over an impressive assortment of golf products.

James McAfee complete article (Adobe PDF file)


Recent Media Coverage

ESPN 760Southern New England Golfer, June Issue 2
“Several companies stand out at ING Spring Conference”
“The club is designed so that a simple putting stroke is all that is needed to lift the ball from difficult lies around the green.”

Click here to read the complete article (Adobe PDF file)


ESPN 760The Golf Channel
“PGA Merchandise Show , Orlando”
“Golf Channel’s Charley Rymer gives the One Putt Wedge a thumbs up”



ESPN 760Arizona Golf Central,Volume 1, Issue 2
“Golf’s Best Essentials for 2011”
“The One Putt Wedge is a hybrid design wedge, which allows you to hit a variety of shots; from the fairway, the fringe, the deep rough, the not-so deep rough and the sand.”



ESPN 760Orlandos Best Golf
Golf Product Reviews
“Our team of experts was intrigued by this club.What the manufacturer said is true. It is pretty hard to Skull or Blade chips with this club. It works quite nicely on any shot of less than 100 yards. It might even allow you to get rid of a wedge or two.”

ESPN 760Herbie’s One Putt Wedge designer Kit Mungo interview
“Golf Talk Live” KHTK Sports 1140AM Sacramento/San Francisco
“You accomplished what you wanted to accomplish by eliminating the fear for the players around the greens.” — Brett Taylor, Co-host, Golf Talk Live

“Impossible to shank” — Mark Gougher, Co-host, Golf Talk Live

Click here to listen to the segment now (MP3 file)

ESPN 760Herbie’s One Putt Wedge designer Kit Mungo
Borgnine Pre-Emmy Party, Studio City, CA
“Kit and the Herbie’s One Putt Wedge held a chipping contest for the celebrities. The event was a blast. Mantegna, Estrada, Tilton among Stars Giving Their Short Games a One Putt Boost. (Read the full press release in the Press Resources section)


Florida Golf Central Magazine
“Product Showcase”
“The club’s ingenious design allows you to effortlessly hit a variety of shots: from the fairway, the fringe, the deep rough, the not-so-deep rough and the sand” — Shannon Coates, Editor-in-Chief
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ESPN 760Herbie’s One Putt Wedge designer Kit Mungo interview
“It (the One Putt Wedge) is the truest club around the green that I have ever played. No matter how poorly I execute the swing, the ball goes where I want it to go. It’s a remarkably true club. — Dan Reardon, KMOX radio host, St. Louis

ESPN 760Golf Chicago Magazine
“The Good Stuff”
“If your short game gets clunky around the dance floor, Herbie’s One Putt Wedge may leave you staring at more gimme putts. This hybrid has 48* of loft and can be used in the shag, from a tight greenside lie, and even to blast out of a bunker. It also eliminates that greenside indecision that often deflates confidence.” — Greg Jourdan, Golf Writer


ESPN 760Herbie’s One Putt Wedge designer Kit Mungo interview
“The Metro Golf Show” WVOX 1460 AM New York
“I had a chance to use it and was VERY impressed.” — Tom Mariam and Bill Meth, hosts, The Metro Golf Show

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“The club can do just about everything but drive the cart. It’s a chipper on steroids. This is Mungo’s best work yet.” — Jill Painter, golf writer, Los Angeles Daily News

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ESPN 760Kit Mungo, designer of Herbie’s One Putt Wedge, interview on
“Making the turn with Peter Kessler” Peter Kessler Sirius PGA Network
“It’s a fascinating club, I’ve hit a number of shots and have had good results with a number of different lies.” — Peter Kessler, Sirius PGA Network

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elevated teeHerbie’s One Putt Wedge designer Kit Mungo interview on AM Radio: “The Elevated Tee” KPSI 920
“I have taken it (Herbie’s One Putt Wedge) out and it does do what you say. You owe it to yourself to check that piece of equipment out” — Matt McKay, host, The Elevated Tee KPSI 920 Palm Springs, CA


ESPN 760Herbie’s One Putt Wedge designer Kit Mungo interview on ESPN Radio: “Golf Exchange” ESPN 760-West Palm Beach
“I was using Herbie’s One Putt Wedge over the holiday weekend at the driving range and chipping practice green, and I was REALLY impressed.” — Russ Evans, host, The Golf Exchange ESPN 760 Palm Beach FL

Click here to listen to the segment now (MP3 file)

Golf AustraliaTHE ‘NO MORE MIS-HITS’ WEDGE – Golf Australia

“It has taken the terror and mystery out of my short game and provided consistency… It has taken me from pathetic to competent with very little practice. Even the occasional bad shot still goes straight,” wrote Golf Australia Columnist Ted Lazarus, Golf Australia June 2010
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Golf Channel Champions Tour Learning CenterTHE GOLF CHANNEL has named Herbie’s One Putt Wedge “a 21st Century Golf Club,”
A featured interview with Kit Mungo, designer of Herbie’s One Putt Wedge featured on The Golf Channel.

Producer Jay Radzavicz airs a delightful insight into the making and playability of “Herbie’s One Putt Wedge” on The Golf Channel’s program “Champions Tour Learning Center.”


Palm Springs Desert Sun“Herbie’s One Putt Wedge,” The Desert Sun – Palm Springs, California
“Not every golf club manufacturer these days comes from the handful of big companies that seem to produce everything from the golf ball you hit to the driver and putter you use.” — Larry Bohannan



The Ventura County Star“Inventing a Better Way to Play,” The Ventura County Star, November 24, 2009
“Had Tom Watson had Kit Mungo’s new wedge with which to hit his chip shot on the final hole of this year’s British Open, there’s a good chance Watson would be carrying around the Claret Jug today.

Mungo, owner of A Better Club Inc., a custom golf club and club-fitting company in Ventura, has spent close to two decades developing clubs to help golfers enjoy the game more.

But he’s taken his talents to a new level with his latest invention, Herbie’s One Putt Wedge.

The new club, which hit the market Nov. 15, makes it easier for players to hit a variety of shots, including the delicate chip shot Watson faced at last July’s Open Championship.”

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“I’ve been writing professionally about golf and golf equipment for close to twenty years, and I’ve never met a more talented and knowledgeable golf club designer and repairman than Kit Mungo. His design work in the Herbie One Putt Wedge contains more innovative and exciting features than, perhaps, any wedge has displayed since the legendary Gene Sarazen in the 1930’s added a broad flange to a lofted iron and invented the sand wedge as we know it today.

In setting the shaft with both a built-in forward leaning shaft, while at the same time positioning the leading edge of the wedge slightly forward of the shaft, with the club’s extremely upright lie angle and significant mass positioned low and rearward, Herbie’s One Putt Wedge allows golfers to easily hit down and through the ball for amazingly consistent impact on chips, pitches and shots from greenside bunkers.

The history of advances in golf equipment always begins with extremely easy to hit clubs. This progression over the past fifty years began with perimeter-weighted putters and irons, then moved into graphite shafts, metal woods, and, finally oversized drivers and irons. While originally designed for higher handicap players, all of these products quickly found their way in the bags and hands of highly skilled players and Tour pros. Herbie’s One Putt Wedge finally adds wedge advancement to this historical lineage of club design, and, again, while it makes short games shots immeasurably easier for less skilled players, no doubt better players, even professionals will put it into play very soon. After all, every golfer wants to see his or her chip, pitch or bunker shot up there within tap-in distance of the cup.”

— Andy Brumer, former editor of Golf Tips Magazine, contributing writer to Golf Digest, Golfweek, (and other golf publications), co-author with Bobby Clampett of The Impact Zone: Mastering Golf’s Moment of Truth, and a book of essays on golf titled The Poetics of Golf.