CLUBHEAD SELECTION CHARTS

We have a vested interest to make sure you get the right type of equipment that is best suited for your or your customer’s game.

On these two pages, please find a series of self-fitting guides to help select the right model(s) on the pages following based on

strengths, weaknesses or personal preferences of the golfer seeking new equipment. While there is no substitute for hitting demo

clubs, this should serve as a very good guide.

Driver

Fairway Wood

Hybrid

Irons

Wedge

MID BOUNCE

Wedges with “Mid” effective bounce are preferred for those that play on terrain or course conditions where the ground is firmer or there is less turf or sand to hit through. This amount of bounce is also good for player’s who tend to sweep or slide the club into the ball too.

HIGH BOUNCE

Wedges with “High” effective bounce are preferred for those that play in terrain or course conditions where the ground is soft or there is thicker turf or more sand to hit through. This amount of bounce is also for player’s who tend to be diggers who naturally deloft the club.

Putter

 

STRAIGHT BACK OR STRAIGHT THROUGH

This is a stroke where the face can remain “square” or close to being square to the target during the course of the stroke.

 

 

SLIGHT ARC

This is the most common putting stroke. On the takeaway, the putter goes inside and opens, then returns along the same path. At one time the face is square (hopefully at impact) before closing on follow through.