Custom fitting is not a panacea; it is, however, one leg of the golf improvement "stool." Leg one is instruction, leg two is practice, and leg three is clubs that are properly fitted to the player.
As a teaching professional, it has been proven out time and again that properly fit equipment will improve your ball flight. I do agree that lab coats and blinking lights are not the answer but a substantive fitting from a qualified instructor who understands the dynamics of ball flight will help the average player.
With the new restrictions placed on technology by the USGA, the only frontier we have left is fitting. Besides, you can get custom fit clubs as the same price as you would pay to buy them off the rack these days, so what do you have to lose?
President Magique Golf
June 30, 2006
Simply select where you want to play, find a tee time deal, and golf now!