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They get fitted for their sticks
They buy clubs... putting it nicely, haphazardly
If you're in the first group, congrats! You don't need to go any farther in this course. But if you're in the second group... you should probably keep going.
Look, it's not because you don't know what you're doing. You likely do. It's just that there are a lot of companies that aren't so much into helping you play better as they are into making money.
You buy irons that you love and will help you play better, the club manufacturers sell clubs and make money.
Fitted golf clubs will not turn you into the next PGA or LPGA star.
It will, however, help you hit longer, straighter, better golf shots!
That's not too much, is it? Nope!
Just remember, these 10 specs will be the focus of finding the right specs for your new set of clubs. You wanna make sure you get them right for the best results!
For starters, I hate the word "hacks", even though I use them (and hate myself for it).
That said, there are some things you should know before going to buy your next set of irons.
Continuing on from the previous lesson, here are eight questions you can ask your clubfitter about irons that'll help both of you find the right sticks for your game!
Don't skip it, though!
Find out what a material data sheet is, and how it can help you find the right irons for your game!
It's called the Sharpie Method. Learn what it is and how to do it!
The good news is, there's something that we talked about that can continue to help you out!
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