The SGGT 7 Step Fitting Process

Many golf manufacturers and retail shops give lip service and say they custom fit. They put a club in front of you, waggle it, tell you to hit it, ask you "How does that feel?" and then consider it a custom fitting.

If you're lucky, these manufacturers and retail shops might have you hit golf balls from a lie board and look at your height to determine club length. That's what many of them consider custom fitting.

You deserve better.

The SGGT method of club fitting is an in-depth process, and it's designed to help players find the perfect set of golf clubs to improve every aspect of their game.

1. Interview & Performance Profile

An in-depth study of your game, your history, your physical capabilities, your skills and a review of your goals, preferences and expectations.

2. Evaluation of your Current Equipment

The evaluation includes an analysis of what clubs are working for you and what clubs are not, with an explanation of

3. Static Measurement

A complete evaluation of your physical measurements, body type, swing plane and tempo. 

4. Ball Launch Analysis

A session on a launch monitor to track all aspects of your swing and ball flight with a thorough evaluation of spin rates, dispersion patterns, ball speed, and other critical factors. 

5. Equipment Trial

Selection of the right clubhead for maximizing your performance and for assuring centeredness of hit. Selection and testing of the correct shaft in the right cpm frequency for your swing speed and tempo. 

6. Custom Build

Precision building of your custom fit clubs to the exact specifications, including frequency matching every shaft within 1 cpm, head and back-end weighting, precision altered loft and lie angles, shaft spining, bend points and weight sorting.

7. Post Fit Check Up

Follow up consultation to track your progress with your new clubs and to make any adjustments if necessary.