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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Forty-Two

Here I continue my discussion of extremely critical grip size fitting as it relates to being able to most consistently make one’s best golf swings through golf club fitting, starting to now add in the element of differing golf shafts whereas prior discussions were primarily focused on the relationship(s) between the clubhead and grip sides of a golf club when the identical shaft was used.  Despite that several golf shaft specifications can be listed and considered for any given shaft, for the purpose of the continued testing here I will concentrate primarily on just one particular shaft specification, that of its (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Forty-One

I do not think I can stress enough how important it is to stay away from any entity that fits one’s golf grip size through utilizing the grip-on-a-stick method or an equivalent like physically measuring the dimension of one or more features of one’s top gripping hand, even if claimed it will be only a starting point toward determining one’s best grip size.  This is hardly limited to shunning from (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Forty

This cumulative effect that takes place when multiple golf club specifications are altered simultaneously, while primarily related in ball travel results previously, now leads nicely to analyzing such cumulative effects when discussing one’s (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Thirty-Nine

But unless one or more anomalies are taking place and assuming the testing conditions are properly produced, one should have little trouble observing (even through ball travel results if necessary) that one will generally play better golf when one’s grip size on any given golf club gets progressively (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Thirty-Eight

Now does this mean that if my swingweight value is just one point off I will technically require a slightly different golf grip size in order to make the best, most productive golf swings I possibly can?  (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Thirty-Seven

Thus far a couple of extremely basic tests have been performed with the three test golf clubs that have been constructed.  The first was independently taking each club through an acceptably wide range of swingweight values and determining the swingweight range through which one makes one’s best golf swings.  Each test club has a slightly different grip size installed on it.  Then, with the clubs’ swingweight values set right at the middle of the swingweight range determined (the same swingweight range and thus middle value was determined for all three test clubs), the clubs were swung and compared side by side against each another, one distinct pair at a time, to further determine which golf grip size one made one’s best golf swings with.  In my case (used as an example), the results were (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Thirty-Six

Now it was already proven in the very first phase of testing that setting the M62 test club to a swingweight value of D3 (the median value of the range I did my best swinging at) will give me the best chance to swing that specific club well with some room to spare on either side.  There should be no need to revisit that again.  But in this second phase I am (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Thirty-Five

Swingweight testing is now individually completed for the three test golf clubs, with my best, most efficient golf swings being performed over the exact same final swingweight range of D2 to D4 for all three clubs despite slightly different grip sizes/weights being installed on each one.  Now a second, different phase of testing can be performed that will (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Thirty-Four

I interject here that one does not have to scrupulously follow a one-point-increment regimen when testing for swingweight values.  One can for example choose to initially work in (more…)

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The Terrible Twos Syndrome of Golf Club Fitting: Part Thirty-Three

As swinging begins, be sure to keep various critical factors in mind in order to achieve one’s best clubfitting results.  Select basics to reemphasize here in case I inadvertently previously overlooked relevant details include that if one’s aim is trying to improve or change one’s actual golf swing performance, (more…)

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