Pass the “Experiential” fitting exam with a current Master Club Fitter. Pass the Online Fitting Education for Titleist, Ping, Callaway, TaylorMade, Mizuno, Cobra and Srixon annually. Complete an on-site Fitting School with a key manufacturer. Successfully complete over 100 customer fittings as a Certified Fitter.
- If you’d like to become a professional club fitter, the Association of Golf Clubfitting Professionals, or AGCP, requires you to obtain the proper training and pass a series of certification levels. Take the AGCP initial qualification club fitter’s test. To access the test, you must first become a member; as of 2011, membership fees are $50.
What does a golf club fitter do?
The fitting process is similar for a putter: fitters observe a golfer’s putting performance, paying close attention to the face angles and ball roll characteristics of each putt.
How do you become a ping club fitter?
To register to become a PING certified fitter, please contact your area sales manager. Provide your name, account number and email address and we will email you an invitation to participate.
How much does it cost to get golf club fitted?
The average golf club fitting cost will run you between $100 and $200. That fee is just for the fitting professional to analyze your current setup and suggest the best path forward. An example of an affordable club fitting option is GolfTec who charges $125 on average for a fitting.
Is golf club fitting worth it?
They say that once their golf game starts to improve they’ll invest in a professional fitting, but it’s not worth it yet. Not only does poorly fit equipment lead you to poor swing development, but it also makes the game more frustrating, deterring you from even continuing on with the game.
How long does a club fitting take?
As a general rule a golf club fitting should take between 45 minutes and 3.5 hours. Full bag fittings take the longest but ittings can also be done in club ‘groups’ such as ‘wood’ or ‘iron’ fittings and these take 1.5 to 2 hours. Individual club fittings take a minimum of 45 minutes and can take 1 to 1.5 hours.
Can you fit clubs after you buy them?
But having become aware of custom fitting and the benefits the question for a lot of players becomes one of whether you can get clubs fitted after you buy them. The simple answer is that it is perfectly possible for any golfer to get their current clubs custom fitted for them.
Are PING fittings free?
Buying new PING golf clubs from GOLFTEC is a personalized experience intended to maximize your full potential. Club fitting is only $125 for a Driver or Iron fitting ( included FREE with every Game Plan ).
Why does club fitting matter?
You will drive the ball longer and straighter by having a head and club shaft combination that best complements how you swing your driver. Your wedge game will improve. By getting your clubs fitted you can check the loft on your wedges as well and make sure the loft gaps are consistent.
How do I order PING?
To setup a PING repair order, please select one of the following options:
- Visit your local PING Authorized Retailer to set up a repair order.
- Fill out the PING Club Repair Form.
- Call the PING Consumer Relations Department at 1-800-474-6434 to setup a repair order.
Is it worth getting irons fitted?
And the answer is absolutely yes, it’s worth getting fit for clubs you already have. Especially if you’re 5-foot-5, since a stock set of clubs isn’t likely to have the proper lie angle for you. Luckily, if that’s the case, it’s not a difficult fix.
Are golf clubs one size fits all?
There is no such thing as one-size-fits-all golf clubs. Golfers come in all shapes, sizes and swing skills, necessitating clubs with different lengths, weights, lofts and lie angles. If a club is too long, too light or too heavy, you will not consistently deliver the clubhead so it is square at impact.
How far should an average golfer hit a driver?
How far does the average golfer drive the ball? According to the USGA and R&A insights report, the average distance for amateur male golfers was around 216 yards in 2019. Lower handicap players, however, precisely those with 21+ handicaps, showed an average driving distance of 177.
Should a high handicapper get fitted?
Whether you’re a high handicapper looking to hit more consistent shots, or whether you’re a tour player looking to refine and build confidence, fitting is measurably beneficial.
Should you get golf lessons or club fitting first?
If you really want to improve, there’s a lot of value in properly fitted equipment before, during and after any swing changes you make from golf lessons. So if you’ve been wondering whether you need lessons before fitted clubs, it’s not necessary. The combination of both is really the best way to shoot lower scores.