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Mulligan’s can help you maximize your investment in golf clubs by providing personalized club-fitting services. This process includes professional fitting for correct length and lie of your clubs, as well as material and flex of shafts. Still unsure about what clubs might be right for your game?
Our team of certified fitters can analyze data from your golf swing & ball flight conditions, collected by the Trackman IV and the Mizuno Shaft Optimizer
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The introduction of TrackMan IV is the culmination of a three-year journey which began as an initiative to design and engineer the most powerful and accurate golf Launch Monitor ever built. The outcome is Dual Radar Technology – a radical transformation in the way radar technology is applied in golf today. Using two radar systems instead of one to obtain maximum data quality and increased pick up rates. Data delivered in its purest form!
Mizuno Shaft Optimizer 3D:
Enter your data into SWING DNA software. Your fitter will take data from your 3 swings and enter the data into the Swing DNA software. The software will align your unique DNA with a map of custom shafts independently measured and assessed by Mizuno.
Rank every shaft for suitability. Our Swing DNA software will rank every available iron shaft (based on their EI curves) as best to worst theoretical match against your swing profile. The new software shows every available shaft in order of suitability.
Custom Club Fitting
With golf club prices these days, if you are going to invest in a new set, it is important that you acquire a set that fits your needs. That is why Mulligan’s Staff takes extra care in getting you the right set of clubs. Our club fittings will be provided by one of our trained professionals and may include fitting for the following:
- Correct length of the golf club
- Lie of the golf club
- Shaft material (graphite or steel)
- Shaft flex (X-Stiff, stiff, regular, senior, etc.)
- Customize the shafts for optimal ball flight
- Grip size
- Set make-up and loft of Driver
Getting this information correct can often provide dramatic results in your game. If you’re hitting a club that’s too short, you may find yourself hitting low line-drives. If you’re hitting a club that’s too long, you may catch the majority of your shots “heavy” or “fat.” Having the right shaft flex and material that match your swing speed can make a difference in the spin, trajectory, and distance of your shots. Below is an explanation of the “lie” of the golf club, which can make a difference as well.
So if you’re looking to improve your game with a new set of irons or a driver, come in and get the right club specifications for your swing. Contact our pro shop for more information.
What is the LIE of a club?
The lie angle of a clubhead is an important characteristic that can either help or hurt accuracy, especially in the shorter irons. What is lie angle? It’s the angle between the center line of the hosel and an imaginary line running along the bottom of the club.
When the clubhead meets the ball, the sole of the club needs to be parallel to the ground. If it is and the ball is hit square to the target, it will go straight every time. But if the toe of the club is pointing up so that the sole meets the ground toward the heel this will tend to cause the ball to go to the left. This club is too upright for the swing. If the sole contacts the ground toward the toe then this club is too flat for the swing (see drawing).
Custom Club Fitting:
- Full Bag (Irons, Hybrids, Woods, Driver): $150
- Irons/Hybrids: $85
- Driver/Fairway Woods: $85
- Putter: $50
- Everything (All Clubs, Putter & Ball): $200
Custom Ball Fitting:
- Included With Club Fitting: $25
- Stand Alone Ball Fitting: $40