You are a serious golfer. You play competitively. You
plan to get better. Your handicap is probably under
15. If you're over 60, you're thinking about shooting
your age. You play a lot of golf.
You are a "student of the game". You know
a lot about golf history. You follow the PGA Tour. You
would love to attend all four days at the Masters. You'd
like to play 36 holes at Ballybunion every day for a
week. You keep up with new equipment developments. You
would like to talk to someone about equipment that knows
as much as you do.
You have probably bought a dozen sets of clubs in your
life. You have never found the perfect set for your
game, but you are still looking. You believe that the
"magic set" is out there, somewhere. You know
that new equipment can help you score better. Your titanium
driver with a lightweight graphite shaft has helped
bring your scores down. You have tried "game improvement"
irons with less success. You are wondering if there
is a "breakthrough" in iron technology.
You are looking for a Clubmaker who can help you understand
your options in clubfitting. You are willing to invest
the time to provide enough information to determine
a narrow range of appropriate fitting choices.
You are willing to engage in some "hands-on"
by hitting test clubs built for the purpose of discovering
your individual preferences.