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  1. I’ll go with the lessons first. I’ve been playing for over 25 years but can always use lessons. Never too old to learn. I’ll get fitted for some new clubs after that. Spend some time on the driving range for awhile then hit the course.
  2. I’ve moved to Australia and was only able to bring a limited number of things with me. Unfortunately my clubs were not one of those things. The good news is I’m going to a club fitting and getting some new clubs. My wife also gave me a voucher for three free golf lessons at our club (I’ve been golfing for nearly twenty years but always open to a good lesson) My question is, which do I do first, the lessons or the fitting? I’m playing with borrowed clubs at the moment. Any advice. Ericw
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