“But I am too high a handicap to need custom fitting”
If that’s what you think then read on. Everyone can benefit from custom fitting but to really see a difference you need to be playing regularly with a handicap of about 24 in men and about 30 in women, that way you will have a repeatable swing that I can match to your new equipment. I even have a custom fit package that evolves as your swing does, maybe you start to take lessons and your new swing doesn’t suit the equipment, no problem a total season package allows multiple visits to the launch monitor. It is expected that equipment costs a mid to high handicapper at least 4 shots per round.
I have a different prospective on golf club custom fitting, there are plenty of companies out there that will fit you for the latest equipment, my philosophy is different, I want to custom fit your current set up. I have for the last few seasons “tinkered” with shaft options, wedge lofts and ball type. I discovered what works for me and my swing. I have a fairly repeatable swing so could see that the when I changed a shaft that changed the ball flight, distance and direction it was due to equipment. This process used to be a little drawn out, I would evaluate the results on the course, now I can offer the same service for you on my Vector Pro launch monitor. This can be done in a couple of different ways, you can come to my workshop in Marple, Cheshire or I can come to you at your club (prior agreement with you club pro needed)
Depending on your requirements, you can be fitted for driver, iron set or full set (see menu for costs) All budgets are catered for, I would like nothing better than to fit you with a £300 tour shaft but in these current times that may be difficult and with that in mind I regularly purchase shafts from ebay so have stock of quality shafts that didn’t fit someone else for competitive prices. I had great sucess last season with a £16 Aldila NV65s shaft I fitted to my Titleist 909D2 for example.