With Spring on the way, you are going to get the itch to get those clubs out of the basement and begin to take those first painful swings of the golf season...you know the clubs you bought at Kmart in 1972 when Northwestern was all the fad.
This is the perfect time to start thinking about those clubs, and deciding that once and for all this is the year you finally make them fit your golf swing! Even if you decide to keep those Northwestern's for 1 more year!
For Those of You Who are Curious...
Many of you are playing clubs you purchased "off the rack" and have no clue as to what the proper length, shaft flex, swing weight, lie angle and grip size should be on your clubs....Others of you are members of the Falcon Pure Custom Golf Family, but may be curious whether your golf specs have changed over the years...
(My dog on the right using his curiosity to find out what's inside a golf ball...)
A Freebie For You...
Since many of you think only "good golfers" need to be playing properly "fitted" equipment we are going to do you a favor to kick off the season .....
We will give you for -FREE- the Specs on what Shaft, Grip, Flex, and Length golf club you should be playing...we just need you to supply us with a few details..
What Length Should Your Clubs Be?
Unfortunately, there is no recognized "standard" for how long a golf club should be. However, after many trials and tribulations in the custom club business, the industry has come up with an"accepted' norm.
Simply email us your wrist to floor measurement and we will tell you the length your driver, hybrids, irons and putter should be....so you can compare those numbers to the clubs you are actually playing. You will be a little surprised about what you find out - especially with the driver.
What Lie Angle Should Your Clubs Be?
When most golfers buy a new set of irons they don't usually get any kind of custom adjustments made, most notably the lie angle of each club. People incorrectly assume what they are buying is right for them and no changes to the club are necessary.
Believe it or not if the lie angle of your club is 1 or 2 degrees off, your shot could be traveling 8-10 yards offline of your intended target - in other words - it might not be your fault you hooked one into the clubhouse last time you played!
Lie angle is one of the most important, if not THE most important thing to get right on your irons. So email us below with how tall you are and we will combine it with your wrist to floor measurement above and get you a proper lie angle for all of your clubs.
What about The Grip?
75% off all golfers are probably playing the wrong size grip, and it is costing you five shots a round. That's the conclusion of a study conducted by "Golf Magazine."..... email us below with the distance between your wrist and the top of your middle finger (A) and the length of the middle finger (B) to find out what size grip you should be playing.
What about Swing Speed and Shaft Flex?
If you have no clue has to how fast you swing your driver or 5 iron and you have never been on a launch monitor, simply give us the following 2 distances:
Your average Driver Distance (and the loft of your current driver) along with the average distance you hit a 5 iron
We can calculate your Swing Speed...and let you know what flex irons and Driver Loft is best for you...
So There You Go....
If you have ever wanted to know...
How long your clubs should be...
What are the Proper Lie Angles for Your Clubs...
What your proper Grip Size should be...
What Flex Shaft you should be playing...
What Loft Driver is recommended for you...
Simply email us with the following information
Your Wrist to Floor Measurement
Your Wrist to the Top of Middle Finger Measurement
The Length of Middle Finger
and How Far you hit your driver and 5 iron
5 simple measurements and we could possibly knock 5 or more strokes off your game without a single lesson and all AT NO CHARGE! Email your specs to: email@example.com
One last thing....
For the super serious out there...
If you are comfortable with the length of your irons, pretty sure you are playing the right flex shaft and grip, have your lie angles checked on a yearly basis - BUT always wondered if your clubs have the proper swing weight - you can email us as well - Proper swing weight is crucial for feel and we can work you through how to weigh your clubs and find the balance point to determine the exact swing weight of each club....or of course we can do it for you - Again at no charge!
At Golf Etc. of Hubbard Lake, we provide performance club fittings and full service repairs. If you’re looking to take some strokes off your game, then getting a club fitting is just what you need. The key to success is selecting the right clubs, and we use the latest in technology to ensure you are playing the right equipment for your game.
Fitting You With the Right Clubs
At Golf Etc., we take a different approach. We firmly believe that a golf shop’s recommendations shouldn’t be based on quotas, incentives or personal preferences. Instead, the right club is the one that fits your unique golf game.
That’s why our first step in fitting you with the right club is a complete evaluation of your swing. Using the latest simulator and launch monitor technology, including the Flightscope Kudu launch monitor, we develop an accurate profile of your specific abilities and tendencies. We use this data to select the best golf clubs AND the right combination of club shaft, head and grip to fit your game.
Golf Etc. of Hubbard Lake provides on-site full service club repairs. From high-tech repairs to simple re-gripping, all of our work is performed in a timely manner, with a guarantee on workmanship and materials. We treat your clubs as if they were our own.
Our club repair services include:
Re-grip – size matters and is a big part of fitting; arthritic grips are also available.
Re-shaft – fitting into the correct shaft for you can add distance
Spine alignment – a frequency evaluation will let us know if your club can be improved with spine alignment
Loft & lie – this is a must; most clubs on the rack need adjusting to fit you
Frequency – we find the exact mathematical measurement of a golf shaft’s stiffness to help us maximize club head speed
Frequency matching – using frequency, we can create a logical progression of CPMs from club to club within a set of clubs, so each club will feel and respond identically
Club set-up – get the works if you want to play your best