Keeping up with all the changes in golf technology can be frustrating, it seems like every company each year or sometimes twice a year introduces its latest and greatest advancement in equipment. Always boasting the most forgiving, longest hitting, and best feeling clubs they have ever designed. All these statements are backed up with data and tests showing the gains for their new design. What most players are not considering is that the gains they would be getting from new equipment may be minimal at best and not worth the added expense. Taking the time to get a proper club fitting is the best thing a golfer can do before a purchase. We will assess the need for new equipment, make a recommendation on what should or should not be purchased, and give you a diagnosis on the fitment of your current clubs and what the proper specifications should be. With the information that is given from our instructors, you will be able to make a correct purchase and be certain that you will have chosen the best equipment that you need. Eliminating any buyers remorse that will effect your confidence in your equipment on the course.
Custom Club Fitting
Iron fitting includes my professional diagnosis for a set make up designed to manage your playability on the course, the grip size for your irons to properly fit your hands, the length of your irons to match your height and stance, the proper lie angle for impact into the turf, a determination of shaft deflection (shaft flex) based on swing speed & swing torque, and advice on choosing the design of the iron head that fits your swing, eye, and game.
Driver fitting includes the grip size for your driver to properly fit your hands, the length of your driver to match your height and stance, lie angle for proper impact, a determination of shaft deflection (shaft flex) based on swing speed & swing torque, and advice on choosing the design of the driver head that fits your swing, eye, and game.
Putter fitting includes a proper grip size and length of grip based on student’s personal preference of grip, the length of your putter to match your height and stance, proper lie and loft angles to minimize skid after impact of the ball, and advice on choosing the design of the putter head to help with alignment.
Includes a fittment for Irons, Driver, & Putter