Golf club fitting is important for several reasons:
Improves Performance: Golf club fitting helps golfers optimize their performance on the golf course. By fitting clubs to a golfer's swing, body type, and skill level, they can achieve more accurate shots, longer drives, and better ball control.
Reduces Injuries: Golf club fitting can also help prevent injuries by ensuring that golfers are using clubs that are appropriate for their body type and swing. Clubs that are too long, too heavy, or too stiff can cause strain on a golfer's body and increase the risk of injury.
Saves Money: Fitting clubs can save golfers money in the long run. When golfers use clubs that are not fit to their swing, they may develop bad habits that can lead to poor performance, and eventually, they may need to replace their clubs earlier than expected.
Increases Comfort: A properly fitted golf club will feel more comfortable to swing, making it easier for golfers to stay focused and play their best.
Overall, golf club fitting is an essential part of improving a golfer's game, preventing injuries, saving money, and increasing comfort on the golf course.
why golf club fitting is important
Taylormade Master Fitter Gary Foster
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With a lifetime of forging expertise and painstaking attention to detail, Katsuhiro Miura is the humble hero behind the golf clubs that bear his name.
His Miura irons and wedges are regarded as among the best in the game, a reputation hard earned after more than 40 years of producing the world’s best irons for the world’s best golfers.
Miura irons and wedges are still handcrafted in the family-run factory in Himeji, an area of Japan that was once famous for making samurai swords, drawing a convenient parallel with Miura’s current production of similarly precise forged blades.
A heritage of artisanal craftsmanship runs through the bloodlines of every Miura iron, which are forged to exacting specifications and refined into renowned elegance by Katsuhiro himself, who still works on the factory floor along with his sons, Shinei and Yoshitaka.
It's a hands-on approach that has served Miura well, with a member of the family personally overseeing the final grinding, polishing and buffing of each iron head before it earns the right to be stamped with the Miura name.
It's an unyielding commitment to integrity that produces the legendary pure Miura feel and performance, which has long been appreciated by the best players in the game.