Take control of your driver with a driver fitting at The Golfschool
Have you ever thought about what really happens when you’re putting? Here at The Golf School, we’re one of the few places around that can tell you exactly what’s going on. How? With the help of ball flight analysis, we can put your driving under the microscope and fitting you with a driver that is customised for your game.
The secret to hitting monster drives more consistently!
While every golfer wants to improve their game, few consider the significance of having a properly fitted driver. Custom driver fitting is a process of finding the perfect combination of the club head, shaft, and grip to suit the golfer’s swing, physique and individual needs.
We understand that every golfer has their own unique swing and playing style, and that is why we offer custom-fitted drivers tailored to your individual needs.
A driver that fits your swing can make a significant difference in your game, improving accuracy, distance, ball flight, and overall comfort. We have a team of experienced professionals who will work with you to design and fit the perfect driver that suits your style and preferences.
What are the benefits of custom fitted drivers?
A custom-fitted driver ensures that the club head is properly aligned with the golfer’s swing, resulting in better accuracy and consistency.
A driver that is fitted to the golfer’s swing can also help increase distance by maximizing the transfer of energy from the clubhead to the ball.
Improved Ball Flight
A custom-fitted driver can also help golfers achieve the ideal ball flight for their swing. By adjusting the loft and lie angle of the clubhead, a custom fit can help golfers produce a higher or lower ball flight as needed.
A custom-fitted driver can also improve a golfer’s comfort level during play. By adjusting the club’s length, weight, and grip size, a custom fit can help golfers feel more comfortable and confident while swinging.
- The Length of the driver – fitted for your height and arm length
- Swing Weight – Find what works best for you
- Bend profiles – How much bend do you need?
- Driver Grip – Different grips give different results
- Shaft weight – Everyone is different
The length of the driver refers to the distance from the end of the grip to the clubhead. The length of the driver can affect a golfer’s swing speed and timing. A driver that is too long or too short can cause inconsistencies in the swing and lead to less accuracy and distance. A custom-fitted driver can ensure that the length of the driver is perfectly tailored to the golfer’s height and swing style, resulting in better consistency and control.
Swing weight refers to how heavy the club feels during the swing. A club with a heavier swing weight can help generate more power, but it can also lead to less control and slower swing speed. On the other hand, a lighter swing weight can provide more control, but it may result in less distance. A custom-fitted driver can help find the perfect swing weight balance for the golfer, resulting in more consistent and powerful shots.
Bend profiles refer to the flexibility of the shaft. A shaft with a softer bend profile can help golfers generate more speed, but it can also lead to less accuracy. On the other hand, a stiffer bend profile can provide more control, but it may result in less distance. A custom-fitted driver can help find the ideal bend profile that fits the golfer’s swing style and helps them achieve optimal accuracy and distance.
The driver grip is essential for comfort and control. A grip that is too small or too large can affect the golfer’s ability to control the clubface and reduce overall performance. A custom-fitted driver can help find the perfect grip size that fits the golfer’s hand comfortably and provides optimal control.
The shaft weight is another crucial component of a custom-fitted driver. A shaft that is too heavy or too light can affect the golfer’s swing speed and timing, leading to inconsistent shots. A custom-fitted driver can help find the perfect shaft weight that fits the golfer’s swing style, resulting in more consistent and powerful shots.
Have more confidence on the Tee with a Driver sized for YOU
The first shot of every round almost always gives you the opportunity to rip a driver down the fairway. But with more distance and more speed comes more problems. The driver is one of the hardest clubs in the bag and miss hit shots become even worse when your sending the ball over 200 yards. Find peace with your driver and arrange a driver fitting at The Golfschool
The process of being fitted for a driver
Getting fitted for a driver in golf involves finding the club that is optimized for your individual swing characteristics, physical attributes, and preferences. Here is the process of getting fitted for a driver in golf.
Assessment of Swing Characteristics
The fitter will assess your swing speed, launch angle, spin rate, and other key metrics to understand your swing characteristics. This information is used to determine the optimal combination of shaft flex, clubhead design, and loft for your swing.
The fitter will take several physical measurements, including your height, wrist-to-floor measurement, and grip size, to ensure that the club you use is the right length, weight, and balance for your body.
Trial and Error
The fitter will have you hit several different drivers, with various shaft and head combinations, to see which one performs the best for you. They may also use launch monitors and other technology to track ball flight, spin rate, and other key metrics to help you find the right club.
Once the fitter has identified the clubs that perform best for you, they will have you hit a series of shots with each club to see which one feels the best and gives you the most confidence. They will also take into consideration your preferred look and feel, to help you find the club that is perfect for you.
Based on the data collected during the fitting process, the fitter will make a final recommendation for the driver that is best for you. They will also provide recommendations for any other adjustments or modifications that may improve your performance, such as shaft length, grip type, or loft.