Okay! So even if I am not that consistent with my hits on the golf ball, a fitting is still very good for me to do?
what I am afraid of is that when I have gotten more consistent in my hits the fitted clubs won’t be as fitted for me anymore, which might lead to me needing a new fitting in a year or so... could that be a problem?
I don't have a "home course", but if you are a member of Golf Canada and enter your scores hole-by-hole (for handicap calculations), they can produce an "ultimate scorecard" for each course you played (by year or all time) and also by tee box. Generates some interesting results.