SirSidTheKid wrote:*hint hint* you dont need fitted clubs to be able to play good golf.. unless your on the tour, where you know your clubs inside and out and it makes a difference to you, it wont take 10-12 strokes off your score..
besides the way i look at it, you have 3 types of players,
ones that play once a month with no practice
ones that play 1-2 times a week with maybe 1 day of practice
ones that play 3 and more who do nothing but live golf...
Realistically, the only ones that will ACTUALLY BENEFIT from stuff like this are ones who play 3 and more...
You are right, you do not need it to play good golf but it can certainly help you play better golf.
Club fitting will benefit any golfer unless they are the average model that the clubs are built for. People are different heights, have different length arms, swing styles, etc that simply stock golf clubs can not account for.
I agree that if you play once a month it probably is not worth the extra money and if you play once a month you really should not worry about buying a real good set of clubs. But if you play 1-2 times a week and are going to invest in good golf clubs it only make sense to go the extra little bit and have them fitted.