Regular golfers should get fitted for clubs every 5 years. Wedges forged irons need checked every 2 years due to extra wear tear but fitted putters last a lifetime. Drivers are worth checking with fitters every 5 years for better options but gains vs. costs need to be assessed at each fitting.
Should a beginner be fitted for golf clubs?
Beginner golfers should get fitted for golf clubs because they have the most to gain from playing the right clubs for them. All golfers adapt their swing to their clubs so if beginners choose clubs which are not well suited to them they will immediately form bad habits that become hard to break.
Do you get fitted for clubs before or after you buy them?
This is a great question because it addresses something many people don’t think about. 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.
Should high handicappers get fitted clubs?
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.
How much does a golf fitting cost?
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.
What club should I get fitted first?
If you can only afford to get custom fit for one club, your driver is a solid choice. To begin you’ll want to get your putter fit for sure, as it will be used to hit at least 40% of your total shots in most rounds.
How important is club fitting?
Ensuring the lie, length and loft of your putter matches your swing when it comes to putting your accuracy, distance control and feel will also improve. When your clubs fit you, you’re going to feel better when you use them. Having modern clubs that fit your current swing are going to benefit you.
What should my swing weight be?
The lightest possible swing weight is A0 while the heaviest possible swing weight is F9. If you pick up a men’s golf club off the rack with stock options, the swing weight will generally be between D0 and D2. With women’s golf clubs, the standard range will be from C5 to C7.
Who still makes a 1 iron?
One irons are no longer produced due to the fact that “standard” lofts for irons have gotten stronger over time. For example, the loft of a one iron was 17 degrees. Two irons measured 20 degrees. The current Titleist model TMB 2 iron has 17 degrees of loft.
How much does a Ping club fitting cost?
Club fitting is only $125 for a Driver or Iron fitting (included FREE with every Game Plan).
Are fitted clubs 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 golf 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.
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.