Golf Club Shaft Fitting Process

At Fujikura, we believe that playing golf at a high level starts with being precision fit. Typically, the average consumer buys a new set of clubs thinking that is good enough for them to succeed on the golf course, however this is just the beginning. Professional golfers understand this and that is why 100% of them are precision fit for their equipment. Your swing is unique, and because of that only aproper golf club fitting will allow you to truly get the most out of your equipment bringing your game to the next level. Fujikura specializes in the highest quality golf shafts that can be custom fitted to your swing type.

When you enter a golf Fujikura charter dealer to be fit, you can expect to experience these 3 steps within the process.

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Evaluation

Every golfer and every golf swing is unique. As such, the first step in the fitting process is to evaluate what the different nuances of your swing are. Every aspect, from posture and swing mechanics to your equipment and ball you use, is taken into account. Once a baseline is established, then the next phase of the fitting process can begin.

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Testing

After the fitter watches you swing your original clubs to get a clear understanding of your individual  mechanics and any nuances unique to your swing, they can suggest products that would work well for you. It is not uncommon to test multiple shafts to gauge how they feel and the results they generate through the launch monitor. Once an acceptable sample size is created, a final determination can be suggested for you.

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Building

Based on the results of the testing portion of the fitting process, a final club is then built to your unique specifications. Based on your height and swing mechanics, the fitter will adjust the shaft’s length, center of gravity, and weight to ensure the shaft will work ideally for you. You are now ready to hit the course and experience the magic as strokes are left behind in your game.