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By DSmith36

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  1. DSmith36
    Auburn, AL

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    Hey everybody I have been playing the same irons for a while now and have been looking to upgrade with summer coming up. I am a full time student currently so I don't live near my home course and am missing the last Titleist Thursday even they are having. Has anyone been fit for a set of irons at a pga tour superstore? I want to make sure I get the right setup for my game and don't want to feel like I'm being rushed in the store to hit some balls and make a purchase. Thanks!

  2. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    I wouldn’t recommend any retail store for a fitting although it’s better than no fitting at all. Find a Titleist fitter near your school where you can not only get the TrackMan data but can see the shots outdoors on a range.
  3. Rob_Roth1
    San Diego, CA

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    I have but make sure you do the Fitting Van as you will have a very experience guy who knows what he or she is going

    www.pgatoursuperstore.com/fitting-van.jsp
  4. Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

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    You might be able to find one close to you here: www.titleist.com/events

    TH
  5. Keith M
    Acworth, GA

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    I've heard mixed reviews on club fittings there from friends. I haven't done it. Personally, I think their customer service is terrible and I wouldn't buy a set of irons from there. Any Thursday events available near where you're in school?
  6. DSmith36
    Auburn, AL

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    Unfortunately not. All of the courses that do fittings around here are for TM clubs and I am not a fan. I may just talk to the pro when I go home for the summer and see if he could help me out one day like it's a lesson but figure out what irons and shafts I need
  7. Rob_Roth1
    San Diego, CA

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    DSmith36 said:

    Unfortunately not. All of the courses that do fittings around here are for TM clubs and I am not a fan. I may just talk to the pro when I go home for the summer and see if he could help me out one day like it's a lesson but figure out what irons and shafts I need

    You get what you pay for when it's a free fitting. The tour van experience I talked about isn't free and normally the guy or girl who does it has a good idea how to fit.
  8. Jerry M
    Dallas, TX

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    I second what Dale said. You definitely want to get on a Trackman for the correct data. I have always been fitted (3 sets of irons) outdoors with a Trackman and certainly multiple shafts. It's amazing how many combinations of clubs and shafts can be created these days.
  9. DSmith36
    Auburn, AL

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    Thank you all for your input. Decided to contact the course pro during a study break and was able to set up an appointment for the week I go home to usse the trackman and get fit for some new irons. I really appreciate the feedback.
  10. Steve S
    Tuckerton, NJ

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    Hey DSmith36, I did get fitted at the OF A Super Store in Paramus NO. I might have been lucky, but I had a great fitting there. They have all the equipment needed, and were more than professional . The fitting lasted more than an hour, and it was free. I was fitted in a Titleist booth. I would and will go back when an update is needed. Hope this helps.
    Play Well,
    Steve S.
  11. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    Indoor fittings work great - if you only play Top Golf. Can’t beat hitting from turf to take on course. For a grand worth of clubs, make it your best investment and wait for the right fitting.
  12. Jim S
    East Point, GA

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    I would advise you to get fit outside,with Trackman or Flightscope. Ball flight never lies.Hope the fitting goes well.

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