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Demo day or Custom-Made, which is better?

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Hey everyone,

Last week I went to a Callaway Demo Day at my local driving range and was given the specs for the Razr x forged irons, 1 degree upright and Dynamic Gold S300 shafts (I have not ordered yet). My question is should i purchase these "fitted" irons or book an appointment with the top club makers in Ireland. They are Foregolf and make clubs from scratch after doing a full bag fitting with many different brands to check out (not just Callaway like my demo day experience). Is there much or any difference between what I was fitted with Callaway last week or should I get these clubs made specifically for me at Foregolf?

Here's their website if you guys are interested... http://foregolf.ie/

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I think if you go with Callaway you would be fine, but I don't think the specs on the Callaway would transfer over to say Mizuno or Titliest.  IMHO, I think you get a better experience if you use a local club maker.

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