Should a high handicapper get fitted?

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  1. 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.

Subsequently, Do you have to buy clubs after a fitting? Usually, the cost of the fitting is subtracted from the cost of the clubs if you buy them. If you don’t like any of the clubs you try, then don’t buy anything. You will likely have to pay a moderate fee for the fitting, but the results are yours to keep.

How long should a club fitting take? In terms of what to expect, Grabowy said that fitting a player for a full set of clubs will take about two and a half hours and include “educating” a player about his or her needs. The fitting process also remains pretty much the same for woods, irons and wedges.

Yet, How long should I play golf before getting fitted? The short answer is this: if you have played some golf and have clubs currently after a lesson or two I would suggest getting fit. If it is a brand new player, I recommend that we work the swing through 4 or 5 lessons and then get them fit.

Can new irons help a high handicapper? I personally feel the setup and technology in the Cobra F-max irons will suit most high handicap players well. The TaylorMade Sim Max OS irons are very easy to hit, but the stronger lofts make, the longer irons slightly more challenging to hit off the ground.

How long does an iron fitting take?

Examples: Driver or iron fittings usually take 45-60 minutes, wedge fittings usually take 30 minutes, woods fittings usually take 60 minutes.

What is the most important club to get fitted?

Even if you don’t want to invest in a full bag fitting at this time, you should still get the two most important clubs fitted, the putter and driver, so you are set up for success.

What to expect from iron fitting?

A good custom fitting for irons starts with an interview of what you want to accomplish with your new set, i.e. distance accuracy or consistency. Then, the fitter should look at your current equipment and ask you specific questions about your distances, miss-hits, trajectory and ball flight.

Do I have to buy clubs after a fitting?

Usually, the cost of the fitting is subtracted from the cost of the clubs if you buy them. If you don’t like any of the clubs you try, then don’t buy anything. You will likely have to pay a moderate fee for the fitting, but the results are yours to keep.

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