Golf Club Fitting Guide – Custom Fitting Tips | Free Online Golf Tips

Golf club fitting can be confusing even to experienced players. This plain-English guide will help you ask the right questions and understand the answers so you get the best clubs for your swing.

It’s important to remember that club fitting isn’t a magic bullet. In isolation, it won’t eradicate your major faults and no matter how customised a golf club is, it can’t compensate for poor technique.

With that said, club fitting can certainly help to reduce the severity of your faults and properly fitted clubs should allow you to hit the ball more solidly and more accurately.

Most independent golf equipment stores offer a free club fitting service if you go on to purchase a set of clubs afterwards.

However, major manufacturers (such as Mizuno, Titliest, Ping etc.) offer free fitting without obligation to buy. The downside is, you either have to travel to their fitting centre (or wait until they visit an area near you) and you are obviously limited to one brand.

Initial Choices: How To Narrow Things Down

You’ll also want to narrow your options down to 1-3 models before you attend your fitting session… Because there are so many clubs on the market, it’s a good idea to focus on one area of your equipment at a time – your irons at one fitting session and your woods at another for example (better players might focus even more narrowly – driver during one session, fairway woods at another, wedges another time).
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