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Have you been feeling recently like your club head is too heavy or your golf shaft is too whippy?

Perhaps you’ve struggled a bit more with range and shot dispersion as you’ve gotten older?

These things are not only normal, they are not uncommon.

Particularly if you have never had a golf club fitting performed, or never used a launch monitor to help you determine other issues.

It’s not custom golf shafts you need – it’s help with fitting and training.

What a Golf Club Fitting Will Do for You
The prelude to the meat of this article is not to suggest you should choose your golf shafts wisely. There’s a stock shaft for you; the thing is, if you’ve never worked with a fitter, you probably don’t know what it is.

The most straightforward thing a fitter will do for you is take your measurements. If you don’t know these, you can’t possibly pick out or size a golf shaft appropriately to whatever club you’re playing with.

Golf club fitters will also observe your swing mechanics, not once, not twice, but many times. They’re looking for consistencies (or inconsistencies) in form.

Perhaps your shaft and clubhead combo is not well paired. Maybe your swing is too slow for your shaft. Maybe you consistently strike the ball with a slightly open clubface or off-center.

Fitters are also looking for things like shaft deflection (which absolutely makes a substantial impact on energy transfer, shot dispersion, launch angle, and overall range) and which you might not feel or notice.

These are the things a club fitter is looking for, can help identify, and as a result of which, these are the reasons a club fitter can help you potentially choose golf shafts that are better suited to your unique swing.

Then, they bundle up all of these observations and let you know the specs you should be looking for in a golf shaft, accounting for length, material, weight, flex rating, kick point, torque, and potentially others.

They might even make specific recommendations for actual shafts to pair with your clubs.

What a Launch Monitor Will Show
Even after you’ve worked with a club fitter and overhauled your current inventory with custom golf shafts (custom for you, that is) your work is not done. This is why we practice: to get better.

But, other than what feedback your shaft offers you and how you can see the ball fly, you’re flying blind.

A launch monitor can help you determine inconsistencies in your form, and shot errors, that you might otherwise have missed, helping you refine your technique so you can drive farther and straighter with less effort.

Launch monitors like Garmin’s Approach R10 track a wide range of flight data including but not limited to club head speed, ball speed, spin, launch angle, and swing tempo – among others.

They then track this data and pair it with powerful analytical tools that you can review to identify areas of weakness in your swing that can be improved with conscientious practice.

Having a launch monitor is almost like having a coach with you all the time, and one of the most basic tools you can use to help you improve your game.

Dallas Golf Company Offers Both
Want to take both bits of advice into account here before you proceed? Just visit DallasGolf.com.

If you’re in their area (Texas) you can kill two birds with one stone. Not only do they offer golf club fitting services, but they also sell launch monitors like the one mentioned here in addition to others such as the Rapsodo Mobile Launch Monitor.

Visit their website for more details or contact them at 800-955-9550.

For more information about Ping Golf Driver Shafts and Fujikura Ventus Please visit: Dallas Golf Company Inc.


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