General Information


Fitting Process

Initially, we want to find out information about your game, your tendencies, and current equipment. We will ask some questions to get a better idea of what you are doing and where you want to make improvements. After some initial questions and warm-up, we will begin to test new product. 

  • How often do you practice or play?
  • What is your favorite/ least favorite club? 
  • Where do you typically play most of your golf?
  • How consistent are your shots?

From here we will determine all of the characteristics that influence your speed, accuracy, control, and feel. We will identify the proper club head and shaft combination for you, at a price that fits your budget. 

Custom fitting is necessary to reach your personal playing potential. Our fittings will provide accurate appraisals of all of the following key specifications necessary for a perfect fit:

  1. Club Length—Club length greatly affects swing mechanics and ball flight. If a club’s length is too long or too short for a player, it will affect the player’s balance and spine angle. Club length also affects centeredness of impact and lie angle which affects direction. 

  2. Lie Angle—Lie angle has a primary influence on ball direction. Clubs with inaccurate lie angles will be the root of many ball flight problems. 

  3. Loft—Loft is the most determining factor of a clubs makeup for distance. Loft gapping between clubs is critical for consistent distance control from club to club. 

  4. Grip Size—Grip size is a critical component of feel and timing of the golf club’s release. An incorrect grip size can influence swing mechanics by changing the player’s ability to release the club. 

  5. Shaft Flex—Properly matched shafts will allow a player to consistently return the club to the ideal impact position. Things such as the trajectory and curve of the ball can be directly affected by the type of shaft used. Much of the feel a player has comes from the shaft component of the club. 

  6. Shaft Weight—Shaft weight can affect ball flight and feel, as well as shaft flex. Shaft weight can also have an effect on the amount of club head speed a player generates.

  7. Ball Speed—Ball speed directly determines how far the ball will travel. It is a direct result of club head speed. The better the impact the more energy will be transferred from the club head to the ball. 

  8. Launch Angle—Launch angle is the initial angle the ball leaves the club head. Launch angle is an especially important factor in optimizing the relationship of ball speed and spin rate in order to achieve maximum distance. 

  9. Spin Rate—Spin rate also affects ball flight, distance, and trajectory. Club head speed is important in determining the spin rate. Additionally, it is important for a player to use a golf ball that provides the spin rate that is ideal for their particular swing. 

  10. Smash Factor—This is a measurement of how well the ball is struck. It is important to access the amount of energy that is transferred from the moving club head to the ball.