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The Fitting Process

"I truly felt that you had my best interests in mind during the entire process... Your dedication and integrity were clearly evident."
-- Patrick Therrien

Retrofitting

For those golfers who wish to keep their current clubheads, but want as many of the advantages of a full custom fitting as possible, custom retrofitting is the way to go. Obviously, custom fitting clubhead-related variables is limited in this approach, but shaft, grip and total build factors are still fittable. As a result, you can improve the performance of your current set noticeably for less than the cost of a completely new set.

We follow the same process to fit you for retrofit clubs as we do for new clubs. We still ask you about yourself, your game, and what you are hoping to achieve with the fitting. We still measure your present set. (If anything, the measurement process is even more thorough of necessity, since we are going to be modifying these clubs.) We still thoroughly measure and analyze your swing to get you into the right length, loft, lie, shaft, club total weight, club balance (swingweight/MOI) and set makeup. We can even build a new club or three if you want; say, a couple of hybrids to replace your long irons, or a new driver to go with the retrofit set, or a better set of wedges or a new putter. In fact, we can do any combination of new or retrofitted clubs that suits you.

Clubs

Based in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Sean Baines is a PCS-certified "Class A" clubmaker and the owner of Clubs That Fit. He is committed to providing quality, game-enhancing clubs and highly personalized service to golfers of all ages and skill levels.