(Denver, CO) GOLFTEC, the world leader in golf improvement and club fitting, released a video featuring Director of Teaching Quality and long-drive competitor, Brad Skupaka, who speaks about the difference between how GOLFTEC measures and fits golf clubs versus how others do it, and why they go the extra mile.
“If you’re buying a new driver based off of someone’s opinion of how it sounds or how they hit it, you’re making a mistake,” says Skupaka. “We measure the different drivers and can tell you, because of the way they’re designed, which golfers they could be good for.”
In the video, Skupaka demonstrates the different equipment GOLFTEC uses to measure everything from the center of gravity (CG), moment of inertia (MOI), lie angle and loft, and busts a few club fitting myths along the way. This is a must-watch video for golfers interested in a new driver this year.
Recognized by Golf Digest, Callaway, Mizuno, PING and Golf.com/Golf Magazine as a Top Clubfitter, GOLFTEC’s enhanced custom club fitting program powered by TECFITÒ is a tour-like fitting experience combining swing characteristics with ball flight data to help identify optimal golf equipment for each student. An array of clubhead/shaft options are available to perfectly match players of any skill level with the clubs that best meet their needs. According to data GOLFTEC collected in 2018, 75% of golfers who experienced a GOLFTEC Club Fitting saw an increase in total distance and 19% of students increased total distance by more than 33 yards.
Since 1995, GOLFTEC has become the world’s largest provider of golf lessons and premium club fittings, operating more than 200 corporately-owned and franchised Training Centers in all major U.S. cities, Canada, China, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. A top employer of PGA Professionals, the company’s 700-plus highly-trained coaches leverage leading-edge technology for a completely fact-based approach to instruction, practice and club fitting. GOLFTEC’s leadership position in golf improvement is augmented by its SwingTRU Motion Study – the largest ever conducted on golf swing mechanics.