As a beginner, your swing dynamics have not yet been fully defined; still, important characteristics like swing speed and attack angle are evident early in the process. A club fitting for beginning golfers is focused on providing a strong foundation on which they can build a rapidly improving game for greater enjoyment.
Golf is a hard game. Most beginners start playing the game with a mixed set of clubs, something borrowed or an inexpensive set. With a hodge-podge of equipment, it’s even more difficult to develop a consistent swing and see improving results.
There are thousands of club options available to the beginner golfer and it is overwhelming to try to identify the best clubs for this stage of your development. At 2nd Swing, our personal service help you make a wise and informed club-buying decision. It may not make sense to buy expensive clubs at this point, but you should buy the manufacturer’s stock clubs most suited to your basic swing dynamics.
- The Beginner’s Fitting Process
We analyze the important specs for beginners such as club length, lie angles, club lofts and shaft flex. When we identify the best set of clubs for you, we carefully inspect your new set to ensure the specs are properly fit to you. As a result, new golfers are outfitted with equipment with accurate specs, providing less frustration and more enjoyment of the game.