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Fitting times vary based upon which club(s) you are interested in.
Each custom fitting incorporates the Flight Scope X2 Elite that gives all the data needed to find you the best fit. See below for a detailed list of data captured.
Ball Launch & Flight
Ball Speed, Vertical Launch Angle, Horizontal Launch Angle, Vertical Descent Angle, Smash Factor, Spin Rate, Spin Axis, Carry Distance, Roll Distance, Total Distance, Lateral Landing, Apex Height, Flight Time, Shot Dispersion, Shot Distance to Pin, Skills Score
Club & Swing
Low Point, Club Speed, Club Speed Profile, Club Acceleration Profile, Face to Path, Face to Target, Dynamic Loft, Angle of Attack, Club Path, Spin Loft, Swing Plane Horizontal, Swing Plane Vertical
1. When should I get fit for new golf clubs?
This all depends on age of equipment, if you have never been fit before, notable changes in distance going down and scores going up over a short period of time.
2. Should I get new golf clubs if I’m currently working on my swing?
In my experience I have seen more success in changing equipment before trying to adapt ones swing to their preexisting equipment. We need to get ahead of the bell curve. There are constants that need to be taken into consideration first; your height, strength, age, and background in sports. If you first find your club match, then you can look into tightening up your swing.
3. What’s the best driver for me?
This loaded question does not have a good answer until a fitting has been completed to help tweak out which brand and model fits your needs.
4. Which clubs best suite a high handicap player?
Try not to base your equipment on your handicap, first ask yourself where does your handicap come from? Use of your irons? Woods? Short game? We need to be able to identify your strengths and weakness and go from there prior to giving in to the idea you should be playing high handicap clubs.
5. Do women have to play using ladies equipment only?
No. There is no gender bias with a golf club. It’s all based upon things like ones speed, angle of attack, ball compression and more. It’s critical to be fit for the clubs that best suite you and not your gender.
**All answers to your FAQ’s are strictly based on my experience over the past 10+ years. There is never a bad question to ask. So click the link below and ask me your question.
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