I just had a driver fitting a couple weeks ago actually. I worked with a guy who is a clubmaker and deals with KZG brands only. I think it was good, we determined that with my off-the-shelf Callaway FT-9 10 degree driver I was putting way too much spin and launch on the ball. I ended up working with another guy a few days ago on another launch monitor to get a second opinion of sorts. Generally, both guys were in consensus. Only difference was, guy #2 suggested that we lower the spin, but not the launch so much. It was pretty cool to get a look at all the stats and see how I could improve. Unfortunately, I live in NY and have another 2-3 months before I'll get to try out my newly purchased driver (Taylor Made R9 Super-Tri 9.5, slightly closed face to de-loft it a little).
Advanced fitting is a must for the single-digit 'cap or better. Basic fitting is good for the newbie or long-time hacker.
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