The driver is arguably the hardest club in your bag to fit. The main reason is because it is the longest club and everyone wants to swing hard to get the most distance they can from their driver. We believe we can give you maximum distance by optimizing contact (smash factor), launch angle (loft and attack angle), and spin rate. Drive length factors into all of the above but remember, sometimes shorter (driver length) means longer (distance). Here’s how it works.
We will profile your current driver and perform a shaft load analysis. Our professional fitters will then select the right shaft and head combinations for your woods- Driver only – and test you on our launch monitors for launch angle, distance, spin, attack angle, descent angle and shot dispersion. We will then recommend shaft length, shaft flex, shaft weight, shaft type, shaft tip stiffness, loft, lie and head design for either re-shafting your existing driver or recommend a new driver. Our Driver Fitting takes approximately one (1) to one and a half (1.5) hours.
With over 60% of PGA Tour players using adjustable drivers, they obviously know the adavantages. But what you don’t know can hurt you (see our blog here...). We take the mystery out of fitting adjustable drivers so you have the confidence to play it the way we fit it!
These are a couple of examples of results YOU can achieve:
December, 2012: Just wanted to give you a quick update on the RAZR-Fit driver you built.
Current (and final for a while) settings:
Club face setting: Open Weights: 10g heel – 6g toe Grip: Lamkin R.E.L. midsize Swing weight: D4.5+/-
I discovered that if I give myself room to make the swing (stay a bit further from the ball), I can get a powerful baby draw. Distance is the longest I have ever had with a driver. I am discovering parts of known courses I have never played from before. An average drive is now what my good drives used to be (280ish). My good ones are in the 300+ range with some rediculous ones in the 320 range. But the best part is that I am starting to find some consistency with it.
Money very well spent.
Thanks for everything.
P.S. For the first time in … I don’t remember when, I am not contemplating any equipment change!
Robert R., Denver, CO 9 hcp (Started as a 15 hcp in 2009)
Just thought I would drop you a line to say that I won the long drive in the club medal at the weekend. 295 yds with a side/rear wind into an uphill landing area…..mission accomplished! -Geoff P., Southampton, Bermuda. 7 hcp. (Sept., 2011)
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