Originally Posted by tbird888
I'm sure Innova's making a decent profit. I think it's time to buy the Proshop a couple molding machines so they can start filling these niche orders. After some of the discs we've gotten them to run, you'd think it'd be enough for them to realize it's time to invest in the serious golfer.
I don't think it is a bad idea to get the Proshop their own molding machine (if they don't have one already) but I am always suprised when people think Innova should "invest in the serious golfer". I am pretty certain that around 95% or more of their sales come from non-serious golfers so why in the world would they pour money into meeting the needs/demands of so few people?