Every one of us is different - from height and build to swing style and strength - so why should we all be forced to play with the same clubs?
By following our custom fit golf club wizard, we will work out what clubs are best suited to your game. From basic adjustments such as shaft flex to more advanced lie adjustments, we can tailor a set exactly to your needs.
We believe that we have the best custom fit system in the world, based on years on knowledge, research, and a love for the game, and we are confident that it will improve your game.
What we do
To custom fit, we take the following pieces of information:
- Floor to wrist height (from where it bends to the floor, standing straight)
- Glove size
- Swing speed
Although all our clubs are available for men and women, the two genders have different standards in many regards - for example a men's senior shaft (more flexible than a mens regular) is the same flex as a ladies regular shafts. A men's regular would be the same as a ladies stiff. The club heads, though, can be used by both men and women.
Once you've completed the wizard, we will make a recommendation on shaft flex. This is based on various factors, and will help deliver optimal performance from your clubs. You can override your preference if you wish.
We use a complex formula to calculate the correct length and lie adjustment for your clubs (please note that lie adjustment is only available on irons). This means that, at address, your clubhead is square to the ground, and will aid in consistenly striking the ball with a clean hit.
What we don't doMany pro's who claim to be experts in custom fitting will use some of the items listed below. We simply don't believe they offer any merit, or any benefit, and so don't offer them.
You may be advised to have the lofts changed in your clubs - so have an 8 iron with more loft than is standard, for example. We don't do this. Whilst some world class pro's may have clubs manufactured to give them certain distances and flights from certain clubs, for 99% of golfers, all this achieves is a weakening to the club structure, and a risk of the metal breaking. If you want more loft than an 8 iron, take a 9 iron - if you play off anything over scratch, you are wasting your time and money having your loft changed.
Factor in handicap
In our experience, having your clubs custom fitted improves your game and your scores considerably - so building your custom set based on your existing handicap seems ridiculous, since it will soon be much lower.