Within the last several years, advancements in club fitting technology have drastically spread across the world. Golfers that have taken advantage of this new technology, including concepts like frequency matching shafts, launch angle and spin rates on a launch monitor have experienced improvement to their games. But most players continue not take advantage of this new technology and continue to get inconsistent results. There is a way to get consistent results and improve your game for every club in your bag.

The chart below shows the difference in club fitting techniques available to most golfers:

GoodBetterHigh Tech
Static Tests
Club LengthYesYesYes
Lie AngleYesYesYes
Grip SizeYesYesYes
Shaft FlexMaybeYesYes
Shaft WeightMaybeYesYes
Swing WeightMaybeYesYes
Dynamic Tests
Shaft Loading or BendingNoNoYes
Club Head SpeedNoYesYes
Ball SpeedNoYesYes
Carry DistanceNoYesYes
Launch AngleNoYesYes
Spin RatesNoYesYes
Shot DispersionNoNoYes
Descent AngleNoNoYes
Test New vs. Your ClubsNoNoYes
Multiple shaft/same headNoNoYes
Same shaft/multiple headsNoNoYes
Shaft Tip Profile(Trajectory)NoNoYes
Specific Shaft WeightsNoNoYes
Set Make-up (Hybrids, etc.)MaybeYesYes
Custom Built ClubsNoMaybeYes
Ball for best performanceNoMaybeYes

The club fitting process we provide consists of a shaft frequency analyzer and a launch monitor. This technology helps the golfer see the actual shaft flex of the club they demo, along with the distance and launch angle. The golfer typically hits a wide selection of demo clubs to determine what suits their swing profile with recommendations from what is available in our store.

This new technology shows the golfer all the statistics needed to improve distance and accuracy compared to the statistics of their existing equipment. A shaft load test helps determine shaft weight, swing weight, butt stiffness (flex), and tip profile (trajectory and accuracy). The launch monitor shows the dispersion of shots (right, left, short, long) and distance (launch angle, spin, decent angle). The “quick connect” system, allows the golfer to try a variety of combinations of heads and shafts to determine optimum results. Finally, the clubs are built to match the exact specifications determined by the fitting session.