If you want to play your best golf, your golf clubs must fit you!
Golfers are tall, short, stout, thin, strong, weak, fast, slow, young, middle aged, senior, very athletic, somewhat athletic, beginners, occasional, experienced, avid, professional, good, bad and everything in
A mid handicap golfer can't effectively use the same equipment as a scratch golfer. A beginner would find it difficult to learn to play with the same clubs as experienced players. Woman
won't be able to use the same clubs as a 100 kg man. A 60 year old will find it hard to play with the clubs used by a 25 year old and a person that hits a ball 230 meters can't use the same equipment as a
person that only hits it 130 meters.
Golf is the most difficult sport in the world to play. There is no reason to make it harder by using poorly
suited equipment. It doesn't matter what brand of club you buy, just make sure the equipment is suitable for you before you buy it. While this may sound complicated it really isn't if you know a few simple thing
about golf clubs.
Start out by having your swing speed and tempo measured. Swing speeds are measured in miles per
hour just like any other speed and will range anywhere from about 50 to 120 MPH unless you are the world long drive champion or Tiger Woods.
Our club fitters have a device to measure your speed and tempo, lie angle and club length. This takes about 30
minutes. Then we will apply this information to the clubs you want and you will have a good start to the correct equipment.
For TaylorMade Club Fitting please contact Daniel Grimm at +351 935 675 365 or email@example.com