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                                         Improve Your Golf Game With a Custom Fit
                                                                 By Mike Blair

   You will play better golf when every club in your set is properly fit for you. If you're in the market for a
new set of clubs, or just one special club, you owe it to yourself to get custom fitted. It doesn't take long
or cost much extra, if anything.

 You'll hit all shots more accurately. You'll consistently drive the ball longer. You'll have more
consistent distance control. You'll execute your short game with more precision. You'll lower your

 Every golfer is a little different, from the shape of their body to the shape of their swing. A custom
fitting will result in clubs that are specifically built for your height, strength, swing-speed and swing

 Some golfers think they need to improve to a certain level before they get fitted. Actually, it's just the
opposite. The more of a novice you are, the more you will benefit from custom fitting. A novice using an
ill-fitted club will compensate and groove a swing adjustment that will later limit his ability to improve.
It's best to groove solid fundamentals, knowing that when a ball is miss-hit, it's the fault of your swing,
not the club.

 Off-the-shelf golf clubs are one-size-fits-all, designed for the average player, someone 5-foo-9 or
5-foot-10 who hits a 6-iron 160 yards. Even if you are of average height, your stance and swing
characteristics might require a different club lie-angle. Even a player with a sound setup and swing will
experience unwanted draws or fades if the lie-angle of his clubs is incorrect. He will lose distance,
usually half a club length, even on a well struck shot.

Teaching pros estimate that 90 percent of golfers would benefit from custom built clubs.

 There are several ways to go about getting custom fitted. The easiest is static measuring, which
involves your physical measurements. You measure your height with shoes on. Then measure the
distance from your wrist to the ground, again with your shoes on. There are custom fitting guide charts
available online that will take these measurements and indicate what your corresponding shaft length
adjustment should be. Your gender, age and strength can be used to estimate the proper shaft
material, steel or graphite. An honest appraisal of your swing speed (slow and easy, normal, fast, or

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extreme) will indicate the appropriate flex for your shaft.

 The next step up is dynamic measuring, actually hitting balls using the same club configured in various
lengths, lies, and flexes A club-fitting pro will have a cart filled with, say Titleist 6 irons, each configured
slightly differently, from half-inch differences in length to single degree differences in lie, from flat to
normal to upright. Impact tape is applied to the clubs you'll hit. Based on ball flight, impact marks on
the club and your own feedback as to which configuration feels best, the pro will make adjustments,
and you'll find the right specs for you.

 A more high-tech fitting process involves computers and electronic body sensors, which some
manufacturers use for their sponsored pros, and which they are beginning to roll out to fitting centers
nationwide. But this approach may be more than you need, and is costly and time consuming as well.

 Armed with your specifications, you can buy from the pro that fitted you, or order from any supplier you
prefer. Most shops will throw in the cost of a fitting if you buy from them. Otherwise the cost is about
$50. Custom made clubs should cost no more than off-the-shelf standard clubs, barring any shaft or
grip upgrade.

You can even order custom fitted knock-offs and save money and strokes at the same time.
Knock-offs are similar in appearance to other brands made within legal limits.

 Most players think of iron sets when they think of custom fit golf clubs. But you'll play better when your
putter, wedges and woods are custom fit, too.

Custom fitted golf clubs will enhance your enjoyment of the game, whether you're a scratch golfer or a
weekend warrior just looking for a few hours of fun with friends.

(c)2009 Linksman Golf, LLC

Mike Blair plays and writes about golf. Find out more about custom fit golf club sets at

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                                              Golf Clubs – Getting The Perfect Fit
                                                              By Ken Snowie

 When it comes to golfing, not any old golf club will do for you. You know this if you have ever been on
the golf course having make up for a club that is too long or not long enough. Besides adversely
affecting you game, using golf clubs that do not fit your body can cause aches and pains after using
them for a while. And if you are concentrating on making up for the poor fit of your clubs, then you
probably aren’t focused on playing your best gold game.

That doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to spend a lot of cash on custom-fit golf clubs, though.
While custom golf clubs are one way to go, you can probably find what you are looking for at a good
golf store. But there are some things think about.

Though the length of the club is important, it’s not all you need to consider. Professionals say that the
size of the grip of your club should be comfortable in your hands. For this reason, clubs for younger
players and women usually have a smaller grip.

If you decide that a set of custom-fit golf clubs is the way to go, there are some things to know. The
aim is not just to make sure that the golf club reaches from your outstretched hand down to the ground,
but also to make the most of your body and build as well. Getting a set of golf clubs custom fit is a
process that takes some time.

A proper fitting session should occur both indoors and out. The best custom-fit golf clubs should be
tailored so that the way swing is considered. This can become a costly endeavor.

Although many golf club manufacturers will charge a high fee for the fitting session, many offer this
service on a complementary, if you buy a set of golf clubs from them. While custom clubs are more
expensive than a general set purchased from a shop or elsewhere, the cost will be worth it when you
see the immediate improvement in your golf game.

Think about the shots that you have been making since you started playing golf. If you’re taller or
shorter than the average golfer, custom clubs can make all the difference.

You might be wondering how long it takes to get a set of custom golf clubs in your bag. Many
manufacturers of custom golf clubs can offer delivery within a few days, or often no more than a few

There are few negative aspects of getting custom-fit golf clubs. If you want to buy them for someone as
a gift, or resell them someday, custom clubs are probably not the way to go. More than likely, the golfer
who is going to receive the custom clubs will be surprised enough to get the fitting session, and most
who go to this expense and trouble don’t usually sell them.

Investing in custom-fit golf clubs is entirely up to you. If you want to perfect your swing and are
planning to buy a new set of clubs, custom clubs might be the best investment you can make!

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