My club fitting and building is based around what I call The Ten Pillars of Club Fitting. It's the ten aspects of the golf club that, when fitted or altered, have the most impact on your game. What are they?
If it sounds like I'm speaking a foreign language, check out my article on how to really buy golf clubs. When we focus on these ten specs, you get a golf club (or set of clubs) that are longer and straighter- and help you lower your scores!
While there are a lot of custom-fitting options at the Green Lantern Golf Store, I understand that you might want something more off the beaten path. I have other brands (listed below) not available at the store, which will come at different price points.
If you want something a little different, that's quite alright- I'm flexible like that! However, because of the nature of this route, it will incur a higher cost. Not terrible, but since this is as true to "custom" as you can get, there's extra time and consideration to consider.
You have three options in your build, all listed as "Plans". Their descriptions are listed below.
AKA: the simplified Plan A
Cost of club(s)*
AKA: Plan B, getting more in-depth
Cost of club(s) plus $19
AKA: Plan C- the total package
Cost of club(s) plus $49
This is what you pay when not buying from the Green Lantern Golf Store.
While there are a lot of custom-fitting options at the Store, you can contact me directly for something you might not find . If you just want a club built, the Hero Specs we mentioned earlier will be used. This is, in a nutshell, a basic assembly procedure. High-quality, but a no-nonsense build.
Shafts and grips for sets will be weight-sorted, with the lightest going in the lowest-lofted club, and the heaviest going in the shortest.
This plan includes all the aspects of Plan A plus:
We make every effort to match the shaft CPMs, but if our inventory level won't allow this, the most flexible shafts go in the longer clubs and the stiffest go in the shortest clubs. A frequency meter will be used to test flex.
This is our pro-line service where we do everything we can possibly do to match the clubs to each other and your requirements. In addition to all the aspects of Plans A and B, we spend as much time as reasonably necessary interviewing you and evaluating your swing (if your is an in-person client).
For online purchases, fill out the Online Club Fitting Form (see below). Don't worry if you don't do it here; if you select this option, you'll be sent one to fill out.
For this plan also includes:
In all cases, we unconditionally guarantee the clubs for material failure and workmanship, but NOT for playability or damage due to fair wear and tear or abuse.
Bear in mind that the club is actually my second product. My primary product is my service. I'm here to do the very best job I can to help improve your game.
If you have a problem with a club, you can come back to me and get immediate service. You don't have to wait 2-3 weeks for service from a faceless, no-name employee of an international conglomerate!
Decide on the work you want done, decide on the plan, then fill out the form below.
Note: it's not an email sign-up form; there are options abound for that. This is simply a contact form.
Keep in mind that I'm not limited to these brands; I only have a more personal, non-commercial, relationship with them. The people at these companies have been there for me with advice and encouragement when I needed it.
A few more brand examples:
There are a ton of under-the-radar brands that have the same high standards as the stuff you see on TV. I'm also not above using clones from reputable brands, if that's all your budget allows. I've used some in the past myself!
I'm True Temper Certified, as well. You have all the True Temper, Project X, and Grafalloy options, as well!
A "retrofit" is where I take your current clubs and alter the specs to fit your current swing and body type. It's almost like having a whole new club or set of clubs!
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