Hi all ! Next Saturday I´m getting a Titleist fitting for my driver. I have a Titleist 915 D2, 9,5 loft (lowered to 8,75 draw setup). Shaft: Rogue Black 95MSI 70-3,3-S.
I hit 250 Carry in average but everyone i play said I hit the ball to high and I agree, i hit up on the ball (AoA +) with draw. Never been fitted before, so i don´t know my swing speed, lunch angle, spin rate.. etc.
Do u have any good/bad experiencies of driving fitting? Any recomendations for me to do or to check douring the fitting ?
(A video of me hitting the driver it´s on the proper section of TST)
Driving it´s the worst part of my game, even in length and accuracy so i hope with this fitting mybe i could improve a little bit al least one of those areas.
It´s to much to ask for a fitting?
For the number of golfers participating in a tournament and media's need to generate content, it's sure hard to find information about players. (I guess they're too busy watching social media to repost pictures of Paulina Gretzky.) In any event, There should be some allowance for withdrawing due to legitimate injury/illness. The Hat reportedly had some kind of hand injury, though I couldn't find anything that described its severity. I assume that because a fellow golfer made a crack about it that it wasn't that serious. The problem there, of course, is that only the player really knows if the injury/illness is affecting their game.
He's got a 8:35 tee time for the Honda Classic so we'll see what happens.
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