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Date Posted: 16:05:28 06/12/00 Mon
Author: higgenbotham
Subject: Re: Custom fit??
In reply to: Chazman 's message, "Re: Custom fit??" on 23:40:33 06/11/00 Sun

> > > Are the NG clubs (2nd or 3rd Gen.) as
> individualized?
> > >
> > > PE
> >
> > In most cases the NG clubs are very individualized.
> > They are custom fit golf clubs. What do you think
> they
> > do with the clubs if someone returns them? They can't
> > sell them as new clubs. I wonder what they do with
> > them. I think that their policy is somewhat rare in
> > the golf industry, but I also think that is the way
> it
> > should be. Try them and if you like the clubs then
> > keep them, if not get your money back. I wish every
> > company did that.
> >
> > TinCup
> I was taking lessons from two seperate NGCIs and while
> taking the lessons was not allowed to use my own
> clubs, I had to use theirs, which one could surmise
> (If you believe this "custom fitting" hocum jokem)
> would not fit me.
> They would spend a least 20% of the lessons hawking
> these sticks (which I found to be inferior to one's I
> can make myself), I ordered them and was "custom
> fitted", which entailed checking my height, measuring
> my knuckles down to the floor and asking me how far I
> hit a driver and a 7 iron, that was it! I had an
> epiphany (remembering the old Roman term, Caveat
> Emptor) and cancelled them, and built my own, wise
> choice!

You can get custom fitted by a golfsmith pro. They measure your height, weight, inseam and then you do a COMPUTERIZED swing analysis. They also have a "cyber Moe", from an appearance in Kissemmee florida.( Much better than Iron Byron.)
Hope this helps the masses

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