A familiar topic, shaft length of golf clubs. What is the one thing we always say? That off the shelf clubs are never fit right; adjustments for your swing are always necessary.
A great question arrived asking about when do you need to change the stiffness of your golf clubs. This is a fact of life, we age and our swing speeds start to change. We do not hit the ball as far as we once did. I have had this happen to me like everyone else.
Frank Stranick explains the fitting of golf shafts when your fitter has a Launch Monitor Radar in their toolset. Frank has an excellent technical discussion on the physical characteristics of the golf shaft that can be measured when using a launch monitor capable of capturing the vital data.
Today, Frank Stranick is back to talk drivers and shafts. Believe it or not, there's a certain kind of shaft available for every type of golfer. If you tend to hit a fade, there's a shaft that can help. If you have problems hooking the ball, there's a shaft for that too.
My son DJ and I recently went to see Doc Griffin for a club fitting session. Over the next week or so, I'll be sharing details from DJ's club fitting, which included working on the driver, fairway woods, and irons.
If you're at all confused by the title of today's video, I'm not actually talking about a 1 iron. Most golfers (even professionals) do not carry 1 irons in their bags anymore. Heck, most of them don't even carry 2 irons. Regardless, what I'm referring to today is a set of irons that all have the... more
If you've been thinking about contacting one of our certified fitters to help you with your golf equipment but aren't sure if you can trust the process, today's testimonial from Paul Primel will probably seal the deal.