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First Tee: Club Length

The Shaft is the most important part of the golf club, and the following charts will help you to choose the best one to suit your body type and swing! Shaft manufacturers make 3 different kick points low, mid, high. The kick point you will need is determined by the swing speed of the golfer and the trajectory desired by the golfer. A great site to help you fit yourself for the exact shaft, gram weight and flex you should be using is www.shaftfit.com/shaftfit

You will also need to know your height and your wrist-to-floor measurement with your golf shoes on. To determine your wrist-to-floor measurement stand on a hard surface with your feet shoulder width apart with your arms and shoulders hanging relaxed at your sides. Then measure from the point where your hand meets your wrist to the floor (as shown in the diagram). With this measurement and your height, we will be able to determine the correct club length for you.

DETERMINE YOUR WRIST TO FLOOR MEASUREMENT

Use the Chart below to determine how much longer or shorter (than standard) your new custom fit club lengths should be by finding where your height and wrist-to-floor measurements intersect:



    Your Height
    4' 10" -
5' 0"
5' 0" -
5' 2"
5' 2" -
5' 4"
5' 4" -
5' 7"
5' 7" -
6' 0"
6' 0" -
6' 2"
6' 2" -
6' 4"
6' 4" -
6' 7"
6' 7" -
6' 9"
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40" +2.25" +2.25" +2.25" +2" +2" +2" +1.75" +1.75" +1.5"
39.5" +2" +2" +2" +1.75" +1.75" +1.75" +1.5" +1.5" +1.5"
39" +2" +2" +2" +1.75" +1.75" +1.75" +1.5" +1.5" +1.5"
38.5" +1.5" +1.5" +1.5" +1.5" +1.5" +1.5" +1" +1" +1"
38" +1.5" +1.5" +1.5" +1" +1" +1" +1" +1" +1"
37.5" +1" +1" +1" +1" +1" +1" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5"
37" +1" +1" +1" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5"
36.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25"
36" +0.5" +0.5" +0.5" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25"
35.5" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" Std. Std. Std.
35" +0.25" +0.25" +0.25" Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std.
34.5" Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. Std. -0.25" -0.25" -0.25"
34" Std. Std. Std. -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25"
33.5" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5"
33" -0.25" -0.25" -0.25" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5"
32.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75"
32" -0.5" -0.5" -0.5" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75"
31.5" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -1" -1" -1"
31" -0.75" -0.75" -0.75" -1" -1" -1" -1" -1" -1"
30.5" -1" -1" -1" -1" -1" -1" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25"
30" -1" -1" -1" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25"
29.5" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.5" -1.5" -1.5"
29" -1.25" -1.25" -1.25" -1.5" -1.5" -1.5" -1.5" -1.5" -1.5"

Here are the recommended driver lofts that you should use with your swing speed. One thing that is important to remember is, the lower you go with the loft the more difficult the club is to control. This is also the same for the length, the longer you make the shaft the more difficult to control it and the shorter you make it the better control you have and your distance will also decrease. Also the kick point of the shaft also controls the trajectory and spin rate of the ball. The less spin the better your distance will be.
 

Clubhead Speed

Suggested Lofts
50 mph 14-16degree
60 mph 13-15degree
70 mph 12-14degree
80 mph 11-13degree
90 mph 10-12degree
100 8-10degree
110 7-9degree

Second Tee: Shaft Flex

Shaft flex, a measurement of how much a shaft will bend under a certain load, is directly related to trajectory, distance and feel. The proper shaft flex for your swing speed helps produce the optimal trajectory for your shots. Use the charts below to determine the proper flex. The charts below are for consistent carry yardages only (don't include roll). A little bit stiffer shaft gives you better control but less distance and a more flexible shaft gives you more distance with less control.



Distance Hit with a Driver
(Carry Distance Only)
Recommended Flex
Less than 180 Yards Ladies Flex
From 181-200 Yards Senior Flex
From 200-235 Yards Regular Flex
From 236-275 Yards Stiff Flex
Greater than 275 Yards Extra-Stiff Flex

Below are the flexes that should be used carrying distances only. Please do not include the roll.
 

Club Used from 150 Yards

Recommended Flex
4 or 5 iron Ladies Flex
5 iron Senior Flex
6 iron Soft Regular Flex
7 iron Regular Flex
7 or 8 iron Firm Flex
8 iron Stiff Flex
9 iron Extra-Stiff Flex

Third Tee: Shaft Length

Generally taller players require longer clubs and shorter players require shorter clubs. In metal woods your skill level will dictate the need for additional length. A shorter driver will improve control but have less distance. Putter length is based on a golfer's posture and hand position at address. Use the chart below to determine the proper shaft length. The proper shaft length will allow you to feel comfortable and will help you strike the ball more affectively and consistent.



Men's & Women's Standard Lengths

Clubs Mens/Womens
Graphite Driver 45"/44"
Steel Driver 44"/43"
3 Wood 43"/42"
5 Wood 42"/41"
7 Wood 41"/40"
3 Iron 39"/38"
4 Iron 38.5"/37.5"
5 Iron 38"/37"
6 Iron 37.5"/36.5"
7 Iron 37"/36"
8 Iron 36.5"/35.5"
9 Iron 36"/35"
Pitching Wedge 36"/35"
Sand Wedge 36"/35"

Fourth Tee: Grip Size

Grip size plays a significant role in the shape of every golfer's shot. Too large a grip can limit the golfer's ability to properly release the wrists through the impact area (resulting in a block and/or fade), while too small a grip can cause holding the club to tight and early release (resulting in a pull and/or draw). Use the chart below to determine the proper grip size for the clubs.



Golf Glove Size Grip Size
Cadet Extra Large Oversize
Extra Large Oversize
Cadet Large Mid Size
Large Mid Size
Cadet Medium Large Standard
Medium large Standard
Cadet Medium Standard
Medium Standard
Cadet Small Lady Standard
Small Lady Standard

We hope these charts will help you in the correct fitting process for your new clubs. If you do have a hard time understanding this process please contact us.

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