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Fitting Tips and Technology

Fitting Tips and Technology is all about what we do to help improve our golfers games with the latest in fitting techniques and technology.

Mizuno JPX919 Irons - Big Improvements!

October 3rd, 2018 - Mizuno's latest release of the JPX919 line of irons is awesome.  Subtle ... read more

Wedge fitting for bounce and grind

Wedge fitting for bounce and grind Wedge fitting for bounce and grind goes beyond the more common fitting for loft and lie.  Wedges, especially any wedge over 52 degrees of loft, are used for shots that require touch and execution. ... read more

Titleist TS2 and TS3 Driver Review

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Cobra F8 Milled Face Driver

Cobra F8 Milled Face Driver Check out the new pricing on the F8 ... read more

TaylorMade GAPR - Fill YOUR Gaps!

TaylorMade GAPR - Fill YOUR Gaps! Available for Pre-Order.  Official Release Date August 24, 2018. ... read more

Making Mid-Season Golf Club Adjustments

Making Mid-Season Golf Club Adjustments How is your golf game going so far?  If you are like most golfers, usually there are some portions of your game that may need a mid-season adjustment.  Luckily, we have covered most of the problem ... read more

Which Golf Clubs are the Most Difficult to Hit?

Which Golf Clubs are the Most Difficult to Hit? We did a survey of golfers on our website and the results are in.  While it is neck-and-neck between driver, 3 fairway wood and long irons, 75% of our golfers said one of those clubs are the ... read more

Reshafting Golf Clubs Can Dramatically Improve Performance

Reshafting golf clubs can dramatically improve performance.  Our Top 100 Clubfitter in America partners do a significant amount of reshafting golf clubs as part of their normal business. Now YOU can ship your clubs to one of our locations ... read more

What Driver Length Should YOU Play?

What Driver Length Should YOU Play? In our experience over the last twenty years, we have seen off-the-shelf driver lengths go from 43 inches to 48 inches, the maximum allowable by the USGA, and back to somewhere around 45 inches.  The ... read more

Solving the Hybrid Vs. Long Iron Fitting Dilemma

Use our Fitting Wizard to see which shaft works for you!  Solving the hybrid vs. long iron fitting dilemma should not be a difficult decision.  In general there are ... read more

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