Any golfer can get fitted for their golf clubs, it's a matter of how much you'll be getting out of the fitting session.
For a relatively new golfer to the game, the benefit might not be as obvious as someone have been playing the game for awhile. How can you fit a golfer when the golfer's game is still evolving and changing ? So, you might get some benefit out of the equipment fitting if you don;t expect the fitting to change your game drastically.
I caution using the word drastically, because going from a 12 handicap index to an 8 is a drastic change in relative short time. Going from a 23 index to a 15 in one season is drastic. Going from an 8 index to a 2 will also be drastic in a short timing.
Most the golfers will never drop below a double digit index if they're only the weekend warriors .
Imagine giving a relatively new driver a world class sports car..... how much can the driver do with it ? But.... if one has the dough to blow, why not pretend he is the F1 driver.
Like I said before, I’m not a good player, plus I only play once a week. Our local dealer wanted $875 for a 6-A wedge. I wound up buying a used set of 714 AP1’s in great shape from a guy in a neighboring town. They are a 5-A wedge, but I’m going to re-grip them, so I’ll be all in at about $310.
Those T300 irons sure are nice looking though.