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Anyone ever had a iron fitting there? If so , what did you think?
Most of the guys in Golfsmith will do a really good job fitting irons. If your Golfsmith location has a GolfTEC check them out. GolfTEC instructors are PGA certified & can do an in-depth fitting with swing video, etc.
Ditto that. Had a fitting for Titleist irons and they did a great job.
I would pick out a few models to focus on then search the company websites for Demo Days. The Demo season is about to be in full swing so you could try them out at an outdoor range with more options & get fit from the company representative or the techs.
Agree, it was excellent. Would also recommend the fitting through Golftec. Really neat, they have a huge database and it will search for the ideal club and shaft based on your swing specs and then they bring them in for you to hit and narrow them down until you find the best match.
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Didn't go to Golfsmith but got fitted for my Titleist blades at Edwin Watts a few years back and they were top notch and worked with me on price too
Which Edwin watts?
The one in Hoover. I'm originally from Oxford. But any of them have top notch fitting stations
Thanks for the help...what irons you get and how you like them? I am about to replace taylormade burners. Thinking about titlest ap2, taylormade rocket bladze, or callaway xhot.
I have some Titleist tour blades. I HIGHLY recommend anything Titleist. They make you a better player. I've been playing Titleist for as long as I remember.
I just got out of the golf profession as an asst pro. I would suggest getting fit on a track man unit. The track man is the most accurate swing analysis on the market. While Edwin watts and golf smith do a decent job they often miss on club fitting. Most of all fittings I have seen from both of them do not take into account lie angles, spin ratio, launch angle, and face angle. They only take into account swing speed. For the money you need to get a track man fitting. It will make the biggest difference in you game.
Who offers track man fitting? I am in Auburn and in the market for new irons.
Looks like GolfSmith uses the Foresight System. What is your opinion on that?
I have never used that system so I do not have an opinion.
I have used the Edwin watts system and I do not think highly of it. It is very inconsistent. It would show my swings speeds ranging from 95 to 118. I swing hard but not 118mph. That is prob tiger or Phil's swing speed.
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