Custom Fitting Irons

Custom fitting golf irons is crucial to optimizing your ball flight and consistency on the golf course. Here are the steps to custom fit golf irons:

  1. Determine the correct length and lie: The length and lie of your irons should be based on your height, wrist-to-floor measurement, and impact position. A club fitter can help you determine the correct length and lie for your specific needs.
  2. Choose the correct head design: The head design of your irons should reflect your club head speed, path, attack angle and impact consistency. A non-forgiving club head design that has little or no offset (e.g. an MB blade) may look good but cause inconsistent results and loss of distance and direction if your swing speed and consistency does not match the design. On the other hand a club head design with strong lofts and a lot of perimeter weigthing and offset may cause loss of control for the better player. A club fitter can help you determine the correct iron head design for you.
  3. Select the right shaft: The shaft flex, weight and profile of your irons should match your swing speed and tempo. A softer flex can help golfers with slower swing speeds generate more distance and height, while a stiffer flex can help golfers with faster swing speeds maintain control and accuracy. A club fitter can help you determine the correct shaft for your swing.
  4. Determine the correct grip size: The grip size of your irons should allow for a comfortable and secure grip without adding tension to your hands and forearms. A grip that is too small can cause golfers to grip too tightly or over use hands causing a hook, while a grip that is too large can cause golfers to have a loose grip or passivate hands causing a slice. A club fitter can help you determine the correct grip size for your hands.
  5. Test and adjust: Once you have selected a set of irons that meets your needs, it is important to test them on the range and make any necessary adjustments. This may include adjusting the loft and lie angle of the irons or adding weight to the clubhead. A club fitter can help you make these adjustments and ensure that the irons are properly fitted to your swing.

Overall, custom fitting golf irons can help you improve your ball flight, consistency, and overall performance on the golf course. Working with a club fitter can help you find the right irons and make any necessary adjustments to optimize your swing.