How to Avoid a Bad Club­fit­ting

Golf Digest (South Africa) - - Play Your Best -

The only thing worse than play­ing with clubs off the rack is play­ing with clubs that weren’t prop­erly fit. These are the warn­ing signs you’re not get­ting a proper fit­ting: 1. The fit­ter doesn’t ex­plain the process. You need to know why you were fit the way you were. 2. The fit­ter doesn’t ask about your game or clubs. How can you track im­prove­ment with­out a base­line mea­sure­ment? 3. The fit­ter doesn’t use the lat­est tools. Launch mon­i­tors, video track­ing and fit­ting sys­tems have come a long way. Feel is im­por­tant, but a tech­ni­cal anal­y­sis is crit­i­cal. 4. The fit­ter has few choices. You need what’s best for your game, not what’s best for your fit­ter’s wal­let.

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