How to Avoid a Bad Clubfitting
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.