The twenty-one specifications of a golf club are:
- Loft – to get the correct trajectory and distance
- Lie – crucial for accuracy, especially in the “scoring” clubs
- Bulge – affects how controllable our off-centre driver shots are
- Roll – important for effective launch angle
- Face Angle – can help tremendously with a slice or hook
- Sole Angle – important to get right so we do not bury our wedges
- Offset – helps with squaring the clubface at impact
- Head design and material – get the correct design for your particular needs
- Shaft Flex – we match the flex to your swing speed, tempo, and release
- Shaft Torque – avoid a shaft that is too stiff or too flexable.
- Shaft Weight – get the weight correct and it matches your natural tempo
- Shaft Spine Alignment – we ensure the spine is aligned during assembly
- Shaft Bend Profile – get the correct profile to help with desired ball flight
- Shaft Material and Design – Graphite? Steel? Scandium? Composite?
- Grip Size – the only point of contact with the club, it has to feel right
- Grip Weight – better consistency and feel
- Grip Material – feel and performance
- Club Length – the most crucial factor for consistent on-centre hits
- Club MOI – a MOI matched set means one swing for all clubs
- Club Weight – light for more distance, heaver for more control
- Set Makeup – a custom set can be tailored for you. Want to play 4 hybrids and start your irons at # 7 ? Do you like to play forged 3, 4, and 5 irons, and cast in 6 to PW ?
We do not fit Men, Women, Seniors, Juniors etc. Precision Golf Clubs fits GOLFERS. There is no attempt to segment Golfers by any measure other than they are people who play the game for enjoyment and are in search of Improvement to their game. My Goal is to satisfy all my customers and if that is your goal you have come to the right place.
The Interview Form is a method for me to obtain information on such items as the Current Set Makeup, Game Improvement Goals, Player Product Preferences, Physical Limitations, Ball Striking tendencies, Fitting Expectations etc. The primary purpose of the Interview is to give the Fitter insight into areas of emphasis or concern.
Following the Interview discussion, the Player is provided an overview of the Equipment that will be used during the Fitting Process starting with such items as Frequency Analyzers, MOI Speed Match Scale, Swing Weight Scale, the Flight Scope Launch Monitor and the various Clubs, Grips and Recording Equipment. This equipment is used primarily to establish a baseline from which follow-on determinations can be made.
The Players Club Specifications are measured and reviewed for inconsistencies. Items such as Length, Loft, Lie Angle, MOI, Grip Size, Swing Weight, Total Weight etc. are all measured. A composite view can provide helpful hints into some of the issues that the player is experiencing or that were discussed as a result of the interview. The Baseline also provides a starting point for further changes or modifications in the current club set or clubs that are to be built.
Following the above activity, a move is made to the Fitting Area and the Player is introduced to the various items used in the Dynamic portion of the fitting. The Fitting Equipment can be viewed in the Fitting Equipment section of this web site.
Angle of Attack
Angle of Descent
Club Face Angle
Grip Composition & Size
Fitting’s at Precision Golf Clubs cover up to 22 unique items depending on the needs or requirements of the individual Player. Data for each of the above items is presented in graphic or visual form and a record of each is provided to the Player.