Find out more about the in-depth Club Champion fairway wood and hybrid fitting process and how it can improve your golf game.
"Got fitted recently for a new driver. Drew was very knowledgeable on the exact model and shaft I needed for my swing. Great experience, and I’ll definitely be coming back in the future!"
— Matt M., Illinois
You’ll stretch and warm up, then hit your existing clubs to set a baseline for the data we’re looking to beat. If you don’t have clubs, we can start out with a quick build from our demo matrix.
Once we know what variables — ball speed, spin, launch angle, clubhead speed, distance, etc. — we want to improve, we will start with shaft options. Isolating one component at time allows your fitter to dial in the basis of your improvement and build upon it as you go.
When the best shaft profile and model is identified, your fitter will move onto clubheads and repeat the testing, using that ideal shaft for consistency.
Now that you have the perfect shaft and clubhead, your fitter will finalize the details like length, lie, loft, swingweight, and grip choice before moving onto the next part of the bag and starting the process again.
Once everything is dialed in, you’ll be presented with a blueprint for lower scores — a build sheet showing you all the specs for each club, along with an itemized recommendation that lays out costs.