what should i expect to pay for a fitting (roughly) and at my skill set when I think of fitting is the primary concern height of club and lie of face angle or is it something else that is more important like the type of shaft?
Can you guys help me understand the difference between TFC GRAPHITE and TFC TOUR X GRAPHITE my driver and 3w are tfc tour x graphite and the hybrids (I may not keep both) are regular tfc graphite.
I did not notice this until now...I may switch to aftermarket shafts on the hybrid/wood/drivers anyhow but while my wallet recover's I'd like to know what the difference is in what I'm playing. Their all STIFF though.
Dwade everyone likes to feel good about their purchase however misguided it might be. I agree with your assesment. Being a high handicapper that shows glimpsea of decent golf game (inconsistency being the main issue) thats why i opted for great clubs in stiff that are still considered forgiving and certainly not players clubs that i cam definately grow into and make them laat me many years.
I was recommended them by a fitter (without me hitting them, thats on another thread). kfitting seems to be the common response that I am getting. Since they are great clubs I figured I could benefit from their positive opinion and then have them fitted to fit me.
I purchased then at an online reputable dealer with all stock shafts in stiff
So I'm a lefty (tough to find clubs to demo) small business owner and proud new dad to a five month old boy. Haven't been playing as much as I'd like to but practice and recent rounds my play has improved. Scoring in mid to (rarely) low 90s
Being someone that likes the "good stuff" but spends very little on himself I was able to treat myself to some new equipment.
I haven't been able to follow demo days and usually very small selection of lefty stuff in local store so i...
My clubs are the callaway razr x they came in third in dispersion but at the same time im still very inconsistent..distance the rocketbladez, burner 2.0 rbz tour and my clubs were all about the same. I didnt get to try the AP1 because he did not have them. I'm not sure if I'm still a 36 handicapper I have not updated that in a while. I do not take any offense and understand the logic behind your post. I'm still inconsistent but I have made much strides in my...
my golf pro recommended me this club fitter that used to be part of the Jim Mclean network. paid $175 for fitting I have the trackman info there the actual fitting report does not seem to have much.
Ultimately he recommended me to switch to AP1 clubs from my callaway razr x...now I'm lefty so It's not as easy for me to walk into a store and see a set of all the irons in lefty and try them..most of them have a set or two if any and that's it.
I bought my...