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PostSubject: Swing analysis? Club fitting?   Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:34 am

Morning everyone.

I'm new to golf. Just wondering what are those swing analysis and club fitting for?

Chim thing leh....
How much does they charge?
They do it at range or indoor?
What can I benefit out of the analysis?
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PostSubject: Re: Swing analysis? Club fitting?   Wed Sep 05, 2012 9:57 am

Go see Eric, he'll tell you when its time to get fitted...
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PostSubject: Re: Swing analysis? Club fitting?   Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:02 am

or if u prefer a very frank assessment bring ur clubs and make appt with Sebastian of Sigma Golf
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PostSubject: Re: Swing analysis? Club fitting?   Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:06 am

Charge is usually depending on what happens at the end of the day, if you proceed to get fitted at the same place, end of the day, swing analysis would be complimentary as part of value-added service of the whole package.

In Singapore, it is typically done indoor and if I am not wrong, certain Ping resellers do it at the range and Titleist does it outdoor at their Fitting Sessions. I think the Titleist fitting sessions are a little more exclusive, you either get invited or fix an appointment. I can not remember exactly.

As for benefits, there are plenty. Depending on which thread you have read, the benefits are supposing different and unique in their own way. But from my personal opinion, club fitting is just finer adjustments to suit your club better to yourself. There are many things to do, you can bend the lie or your clubs, readjust the length and even simple things like re-gripping would also qualify as club fitting.

Simple concept; we all do not have the same palm size, body size, arm length and height. But the clubs are all built generally to the same specifications. So shouldn't you 're-fit' your club to fit to your unique body measurements?
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PostSubject: Re: Swing analysis? Club fitting?   Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:34 am

mUAr_cHEe wrote:
Charge is usually depending on what happens at the end of the day, if you proceed to get fitted at the same place, end of the day, swing analysis would be complimentary as part of value-added service of the whole package.

In Singapore, it is typically done indoor and if I am not wrong, certain Ping resellers do it at the range and Titleist does it outdoor at their Fitting Sessions. I think the Titleist fitting sessions are a little more exclusive, you either get invited or fix an appointment. I can not remember exactly.

As for benefits, there are plenty. Depending on which thread you have read, the benefits are supposing different and unique in their own way. But from my personal opinion, club fitting is just finer adjustments to suit your club better to yourself. There are many things to do, you can bend the lie or your clubs, readjust the length and even simple things like re-gripping would also qualify as club fitting.

Simple concept; we all do not have the same palm size, body size, arm length and height. But the clubs are all built generally to the same specifications. So shouldn't you 're-fit' your club to fit to your unique body measurements?

Liked.......i have already ask greenteaz to get fitted at Taylormade Cathay since he was quite set on either the RBZ or R-11. exploration is part of learning and growing. and there is no magic cure, i still believe training is the best way to achieve a better swing and a consistent game. otherwise clubfitting is just an excuse for golfers to skip the most important part of the journey.

Slinger, chippy and i played with an 11 year old yesterday. the boy was no more than 10 meters behind Slinger on most of Slinger easy-swing drives. but if he do not learn how to attack the pin positions with a better short game, he will not be the champion that he can be.

most of all, he is our new secret assassin. for the record he shot 86 off the blue at NSRCC. not bad for someone who stands no taller than my shoulder.

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PostSubject: Re: Swing analysis? Club fitting?   Wed Sep 05, 2012 10:40 am

nice!!! very informational bounce
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