Iron and hybrid fitting

Every two years, Titleist introduces a new line of iron and hybrids.  These two components are fit together to help ensure proper gapping at the end of the golf bag.  With the versatility of adding more hybrids, or a driving iron to your bag, we will be able to ensure that your clubs are all performing properly and unique to one another.  

Titleist AP1 and AP2 Irons

Titleist AP1 and AP2 Irons

Iron Fitting

First, we will look to identify the best iron for your game.  Titleist offers a variety of iron head options that allow us to fit to meet the players' ball striking skills with their desired look and feel.  Then, we will find the proper specs to optimize performance.

Titleist H1 and H2 Hybrids

Titleist H1 and H2 Hybrids

Hybrid Fitting

Once we determine the iron fitting, we will gap the longest iron against the hybrid and come up with a set that meets the players ability.  TrackMan will provide detailed feedback on carry distance and ball speed to ensure we have proper gapping between each club.  

Titleist T-MB Iron

Titleist T-MB Iron

Gapping Analysis

If the player does not perform well with Hybrids, we may look at a long iron such as the T-MB or AP1 to help fill the gap at the long end of the game.  Each player is different, so having options is always helpful to fill out a set.  Once the long game is dialed in, wedges are next.