I am in a quandry about this too. I am not sure why I should want to get fitted when I am still struggling to hit a decent ball consistently. I have been playing for a year. I have a set of O/S cavity backs that I would quite like to change and am tempted not to bother with a fitting but buy the irons i like after trying out and perhaps get a fitting in another year's time. Nobody in a pro shop who charges for fitting is going to say that it's not worth the money.
12/19/14 at 9:32am