Custom Golf Club Fitting Process

What To Expect From Your Golf Club Fitting Process:

Step 1  – Personal Interview
Step 2 – Present Set Evaluation
Step 3 – Dynamic Fitting
Step 4 – Recommendations and Prototypes
Step 5 – Final Adjustments
Step 6 – Club Assembly

MAXXFIT GOLF’s custom golf club fitting is a proprietary 6-step common sense approach that uses the latest customization methods to ensure fit and accuracy. From the initial interview to the delivery of your custom golf clubs, our focus on personal service and exceptional quality is second to none.

Step 1 – Personal Interview

You’ll meet with Certified Class “A” Clubmaker, Les McBride, either in person or on the phone, for a casual conversation about you, your golf game, and your future goals on the links. After all, golf is as much a mental sport as it is a physical one, so getting to know you will have a positive impact during the process. The goal is to have the customer involved and engaged throughout so that they feel like part of a team.

Step 2 – Present Set Evaluation

MAXXFIT GOLF will conduct an extensive evaluation of your current set and compare findings with the anecdotal answers you provided during the personal interview. Quite often, concerns or issues raised during initial conversations will reveal its mechanical cause during this step of the process. The results provided in these first two stages serve as a recommended path forward for the remainder of the journey.

Step 3 – Dynamic Fitting

We’ll put you through your paces with a variety of test clubs based on the feedback we received in Steps 1 and 2. With the use of a Flight Scope X2 launch monitor, we can now go deep into the fitting aspect by analyzing swing speed, ball speed, power transfer ratio, swing tempo, launch angles, angle of attack, club path, face angle at impact…A thorough and honest assessment of these factors is critical in providing the final recommendation for your customized golf clubs.

Step 4 – Recommendations and Prototypes

Once the assessment and evaluation stages are complete, MAXXFIT GOLF will discuss with you in detail the prescription for your set make up and specs for your approval because, you are part of the team!

At MAXXFIT GOLF, we understand how your clubs look is just as important as how they feel. We take great care to ensure your custom golf clubs are a source of pride for you .At this stage, we choose the material components for your clubs. MAXXFIT GOLF uses only brand name, top of the line component heads from the same reputable and reliable manufacturers as the retail and pro shop names. Brand name shafts and grips, the same ones found on the OEM’s, are also used.

At the end of this stage, you will be provided with a prototype club for you to try. This will ensure MAXXFIT GOLF can finalize adjustments based on the feedback you provide.

Step 5 – Final Adjustments

The feedback you give us on the performance and feel of the prototypes will allow MAXXFIT GOLF to fine tune each specification to match your requirements perfectly. It is critical at this stage to address any and all concerns as MAXXFIT GOLF strives to create quality custom fit clubs that will provide unparalleled enjoyment. Again, a very important step in the team aspect.

Step 6 – Club Assembly

The entire fitting process is designed to ensure that each golfer receives a crafted instrument that is unique, dynamic and offers the highest performance quality. In this last stage, MAXXFIT GOLF ensures all components are weight sorted, steel shafts are spine aligned, and graphite shafts are FLOed (Flat Line Oscillation) for consistent bending characteristics and feel.

MAXXFIT GOLF takes frequency readings of the adjusted prototypes for relative stiffness and uses this to match the other clubs to fall within that particular stiffness range. Shafts are then tipped according to the prescription and then trimmed to length. Frequency is once again checked and swing-weighting performed. Once the ferrules are turned down and buffed, the final step – grip sizing, installation and alignment is completed.

A final check is performed and you now have a Blue Print for your individualized, custom golf clubs.