Realize Your Potential Off the Tee
A Driver Fitting is a detailed process. It involves the customization of all the major aspects of a driver that can affect the playability, feel and overall performance of the club. Our trusted advisors use industry-leading TrackMan* technology to elevate your game. TrackMan utilizes groundbreaking dual radar systems to analyze every aspect of your swing. This precise data is then used to find the best fit for your driver.
Length is fit to optimize the best combination of consistency and distance. The best loft choice is determined to maximize launch angle and spin – key ingredients to optimizing distance. Shaft flex and type are determined to optimize trajectory, distance and feel. The proper face angle optimizes directional control and weight to improve the balance of the driver. Grip size, style and type are also customized to improve shot consistency and provide you with the comfort, security and feel you desire from address through impact.
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Optimizing Your Driver for Distance
For a lot of players, optimization is synonymous with adjustability. And many of the latest drivers have incredible options for adjustment – from face angle, to shot shape, to loft. Weight and aerodynamics also play an important role in optimizing a driver to your game. Our certified fitters take these factors into account when fitting you for your driver, turning you into a fairway-finding machine.
Clubhead speed is a product of good swing tempo, balance, shaft weight, flex, aerodynamics and weight distribution. More clubhead speed means higher ball speeds, and that means longer drives. We match the driver to your swing and find extra ticks of clubhead speed for those coveted extra few yards.
Spin rate can help maximize your distance, ensuring the ball flies far. Players with a lower clubhead speed need a higher spin rate to keep the ball in the air, while those with a higher clubhead speed need a lower spin rate to launch the ball properly and send it screaming through the air.
Launch angle is impacted by shaft characteristics, the loft of the club and even the impact zone on the clubface - all of which can be influenced by your swing and attack angle. Through the use of launch monitoring, we'll make sure your ball flight realizes its distance and accuracy potential.