10 COMMON EQUIPMENT MISTAKES HIGH HANDICAPPERS MAKE - PAGE 10

Chances are, you're probably making one of these glaring equipment mistakes

Charlie Lemay's picture
Tue, 3 May 2016

10. Not getting fitted

‘Getting fit is only useful for better players’ - in fact, high handicappers will actually benefit more from getting fit than scratch golfers.

Chances are, your swing probably isn’t textbook. But by changing the set-up of your clubs, a club technician can get you coming through impact in a much more efficient way, resulting in a large increase in performance.

All major brands have fitting stations around the world, and it only takes a couple of hours to run through the bag and get your specs in the system.