True Customfitting

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If you study this picture, This picture represents the 12 key fitting specifications that every golfer should be customfitted for weather that golfer is a 1 or 30 handicaper. This is what a professional clubmaker looks at and how he fits for each golfers specification:

Professional Club Fitting Inputs and Decision Making Factors

 

Length

  • Wrist to Floor Measurement
  • Transition
  • Tempo
  • Swing Path
  • Swing Plane
  • On Center Hit Tendency
  • Golfer’s Athletic Ability

 

Loft

  • Clubhead Speed
  • Launch Angle/ Spin Rate
  • Angle of Attack
  • Lowest Lofts Hit Well
  • Current D/FWY/HY/Ir lofts

 

Face Angle

  • Misdirection Tendency
  • Current D/FWY/Hy face Angle

 

Lie Angle

  • Dynamic Lie Test

 

Clubhead Design

  • Golfer Preference
  • Misdirection Tendency
  • On Center Hit Tendency
  • Avg Shot Shape, Trajectory

 

Set Make Up

  • Lowest Lofts Hit Well
  • Clubhead Speed

 

Grip Size/ Style

  • Hand Measurement
  • Middle Finger Measurement
  • Golfer Preference

 

Total Weight/ Shaft Weight

  • Golfer Strength
  • Transition
  • Tempo

 

Swingweight/ Club MOI

  • Golfer Strength
  • Transition
  • Tempo
  • Golfer Preference

 

Shaft Flex/ Bend Profile

  • Clubhead Speed
  • Transition
  • Tempo
  • Wrist Cock Release
  • Shaft Bend Profile Weight Data

 

The clubmaker also needs technical data. He needs:

Technical Data Required

  • Shaft Weight Listings
  • Shaft Clubhead Speed Ranges
  • Shaft Bend Profile Measurements
  • Hand/ Finger Measurements Grip Size Chart
  • Wrist to Floor vs. Length Chart
  • Optimum Launch Parameter Chart

 

The clubmaker then observes the golfer and measures the golfers current equipment.

Golfer and Equipment Analysis

Measurements and Observations

  • Wrist to Floor
  • Clubhead Speed (driver/ 6 iron)
  • Hand/ Middle finger Dimensions
  • Ball Speed/ Launch Angle/ Spin Rate
  • Angle of Attack (real or calculated)
  • Transition, Tempo, Wrist cock Release Evaluation
  • Current Specific Club Lofts, Lengths, Swt/ MOI, Face Angle, Shaft Weight, Shaft Bend Profile
  • Dynamic Lie Test
  • Misdirection Tendency
  • Average Shot Shape and Trajectory

 

While the clubmaker is watching the golfer hit balls on the launch monitor and during the interview, the clubmaker is analyzing the golfer.

Analysis of the Golfer

  • Golfer Athletic Ability
  • Golfer Strength
  • Downswing Transition
  • Downswing Tempo
  • Wrist Cock Release
  • Swing Path
  • Swing Plane
  • Lowest Loft Woods and Irons Hit Well
  • On Center Hit Tendency
  • Golfer Preferences and Goals

 

This is what YOU should go though for a professional fitting. Every golfer deserves this type of fitting.

There are TWO factors that separate the elite from the common in the GOLF Industry. The first is quality of design. The SECOND factor is the care and skill with which the club is assembled, relative to YOUR specific needs and SPECIFICATIONS. A PROFESSIONAL CUSTOM CLUBMAKER WILL MAKE YOUR CLUBS ONE AT A TIME TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS. THEY ARE NOT “ONE SIZE FITS ALL”; THEY ARE “ONE CLUB, ONE CUSTOMER, ONE CLUBMAKER.”

 

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