Originally Posted by tye203 @Club Rat
I own a brand new nike set already I was looking to get those fitted to me or adjust. I think I may put it off till Xmas after I take a lesson or feel more consistent in my swing.
OK, then the items you need to address are simply - "Club Length and Lie Angle"
Use the above methods I mentioned to check them.
Once you know the measurement of your "wrist to ground" then there is a standard chart which describes proper club length.
To check "lie angle" simply place masking tape on the sole of the club and take a practice swing on a thin piece of plywood (1/4" works best"
Then look at the sole to identify where the sole impact tears the tape. If it is centered then the lie is correct.
If you need adjustment, then golf shops will make adjustments, guessing $12-$15 per club.
You are stuck with swing weight, but can make "counter balance adjustments" or you would have to disassemble the club to add "powder weights" it the bottom of the shafts.
If you do not like the shafts, then you can have them replaced with other brands.
Using the guidelines I posted will help you select shaft brands using demos.
I am pretty sure most golf shops carry the Nike clubs with various shafts.
The fitting should have been done when you purchased the clubs.
Alterations after purchase is usually expensive.
It's your decision to weigh the cost to modify or start fresh and sell the set you have.
If you feel the 6-4 irons are too long, then testing them for length and lie would be the first items to address.
Then pursue necessary measures to make the corrections.
It was probably a very nice gesture for your wife to purchase you clubs as a gift.
I would suggest trying various clubs unless you know specifically the type of clubs you are wanting.