Class A certified clubmaker at AccuFit Golf Studio
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When you enter the shop of a class A certified clubmaker you can know that they're as passionate about
your game as you are and your success on the golf course. Each individual shaft is carefully profiled for
weight, flex and spine which will affect consistent launch angle, feel, and shot dispersion (straightness) as
well as proper yardage gaps from club to club. The technology in after market graphite shafts is much
higher than off the rack equipment, which covers at least your driver, fairways, and hybrids. Higher end
steel shafts are the same except when the major manufacturer's mass produce the club they just slap them
in, logo down, and the flexes and bend profile can vary substantially due to where the steel was seamed.
I've seen graphite shafts that can vary 3 flex ratings (senior to x-stiff) when rotated 90 degrees and steel
that can vary 1 full flex rating.
Each head is weighed down to the 1/10 of a gram with the proper adjustments made to achieve perfect
swingweights, total weights, and lengths to the desired fitted specification. Loft and lie checks are
individually performed to each club and fitted to your swing plane after the club is assembled and can be
changed to fit your swing if it does change over time.
The cost would skyrocket on golf equipment if they actually measured and built in any of the attributes that
make you hit the ball straight and consistent.