How does this work?

How can I purchase custom SH Wedges and/or SH Irons?

Reach out here to request a consultation. Within 72 hours of receiving your info, Stratton Haley will contact you directly to schedule a consultation.

What happens during the consultation?

During the consultation, Stratton will discuss club design/grinding options, custom stamping, custom finishes, waitlist timing, what grips to install and what shaft(s) you prefer.

Lots of ideas? Bring 'em on! Not sure where to start? No problem. Stratton will walk you through each step and option to find out what will work best for you and your game.

When can I expect my clubs?

Quality craftsmanship takes time. Stratton will discuss current waitlist timing during consultation and notify customers of any unexpected delay.


When and what do I owe?

Following the consultation, the initial 50% down payment is required to secure your spot on the waitlist and begin the grinding process. The remaining 50% + any customizations + shipping is due upon receipt. All upcharges will be outlined during the consultation.

What is included in the base price?

Standard Grips: Golf Pride Tour Velvet or Lamkin Crossline

Standard Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold R300, S200, S300, S400 or X100

Standard Finishes: Raw or Matte

Standard Stamping: Initials, Names/Nicknames, short sayings/quotes and paint colors

What would be an upcharge?

Upcharges include premium shafts, grip upgrades, custom finishes and custom logo stamping.

A variety of premium shaft and grip upgrades can help create your ideal SH Wedges or SH Irons. With access to all of the major shaft manufacturers (including Tour Issue stock) and grip brands, Stratton can build the exact set that fits your needs.


How can I gift custom SH Wedges and/or SH Irons?

Gift Card options available here.

Custom golf clubs make the perfect gift for that special event – birthday, Father’s Day, wedding, and other special times. Stratton can walk you through each step and option to make a unique gift for your golfer.

Or, shopping for your golfer but not sure what they’ll want? We suggest an SH Gift Card plus some merch. Save the consultation for your golfer and let them design their perfect gift!

Purchase of any Gift Card secures your golfer’s spot on the waitlist. Within 72 hours of receiving your payment, Stratton will contact you directly to schedule a consultation.

Do you have a special event or corporate gift program?

Yes. SH Wedges make great gifts for corporate events, tournament prizes, bachelor parties, golf trips, etc. Logos can be hand-created uniformly to make the perfect gift for everyone in your event.

Stratton will be happy to discuss bulk pricing, logos, and production timeframes with you. Reach out here to get the conversation started.


What are my finish options?

Standard: Raw, Matte

Upcharge: Smoke, Oil Can, Matte Can, Gold, Matte Gold

NOTE: All finishes are raw; over time, raw steel will naturally rust. See below.

Will my SH's rust?

Yes. Raw steel will naturally rust over time. Stratton prefers the natural rust both aesthetically and in play. To care for all finishes and prevent rust, thoroughly clean the clubs after each use, ensure they are dry and then properly store them in a dry location.

What is your return policy?

SH Wedges and SH Irons are built to order for your specific needs. Due to the custom nature of SH products, returns and exchanges are not allowed.


He's a craftsman with both an eye for design and good golf.

Stratton Haley grew up in Abilene, Texas and played competitive golf from a young age. He was never satisfied with factory clubs and always tinkered with shafts and grips.

In 2021, Stratton set up his first shop in his garage where he crafted the original serial number 00001 SH's. He shot even par with that first set and then hit the grinder to refine. Since that time, Stratton Haley Golf has outgrown the garage and moved into a production facility. He loves making custom clubs and helping golfers excel at their game.

Stratton and his family live in Fort Worth, Texas. If he’s not in the workshop, he’s on the golf course.