$69.99 (Complimentary with Purchase*)
Set Your Short Game Up for Success
Your putter is the only club you use on every hole, so it needs to fit you perfectly. A putter fitting customizes your putter to your stature and style, giving you the best opportunity to roll the ball true on the greens.
We use revolutionary BioMech Golf technology to measure all aspects of your putting stroke. Our expert fitters then analyze that data to find the perfect putter for your short game. They will determine your proper length, which is important to both the distance and accuracy of a putt, as well as critical to consistent putting. It’s also vital in creating a good line of sight on the green. Loft is fit to optimize the roll of a putt and is a key feature in distance control. Most experts believe the ideal loft range is between 4 and 6 degrees. We also identify the proper lie to match your stroke and help with directional control.
In addition, we'll find the best total weight and swing weight to aid in distance control and the overall feel of the putter. Our expert fitters will determine the best head shape (blade or mallet) and style (face balanced or toe balanced), as well as toe hang and toe flow.
Fit the design of the putter to your ability, and you'll have the best chance to improve your putting statistics, including putts made, two-putts and total number of putts.
Schedule your putter fitting at Golf Galaxy today.
*Fitting fee is paid in advance of service. Refunds are issued with purchase of club(s) as a result of the fitting. Golfers have up to 90 days from date of fitting to make a purchase and receive the refund of the fitting cost. Refund will be applied in form of original payment.
The Science of the Short Game
BioMech Golf technology measures all aspects of your putting stroke while providing real-time feedback to determine the best putter for your game.
The interactive sensor provides a detailed display of the length, duration and accuracy of the proper putting orientation.
Receive a complete analysis of your face and loft angles, as well as your timing and tempo throughout each stroke.
See the Results
Record, review and compare your putting stroke to assess your progress and performance.