Golf Swing Analysis And Equipment Recommendation
To get a true indication, the golf club fitter checks the players posture and measures how close to the ground the player’s hands are. Tall people often need longer clubs however there are many tall people whose arms actually hang just as close to the ground as average size people. This measurement is only the starting point for the fit, however, is very important for a player’s comfort at address and solidness of hit. This is called the wrist to floor measurement.
With our Flightscope 3d we are able to see the club face at impact so we are able to tell exactly where they are striking the golf ball on the face of the golf club. A wide spray across the face of the club indicates an inconsistent strike and we may look into different shapes of club heads, changing the shaft profile to something more suitable or shortening or lengthening the shafts to suit the player. Consistency is very important in your custom fitted golf clubs.
With our Flightscope launch monitor, we then look at other helpful stats that help in the golf club fitting process like swing path, club head speed, face angle, angle of attack present just before impact. By assessing all these measurements, we are able to fit the client into the right shaft flex and shaft profile for their custom fitted golf clubs.
With all this information we are then able to then try a few different brands, head shapes and shaft combinations to then get you to hit it further, straighter and more consistent on the club face.