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Am I good enough to get fit?

One of the biggest misunderstandings is that high handicappers or novice players are not yet good enough to be fit. It is especially important for these players that the material suits the swing better than a lower handicapper who can adapt more easily.

The higher handicapper in particular will be able to quickly see improvement with well-fitted clubs compared to his existing equipment


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What types of golf bags are there?

There are different types of golf bags, each with their own features and functions. Here are some common types of golf bags:

1. Carry Bag: This is a light and compact bag designed to be carried while walking on the golf course. It usually has a single shoulder strap and enough space for a few clubs, golf balls and accessories.

2. Stand bag: This is a carrying bag with folding legs, allowing the bag to remain upright while you are on the golf course. It usually has multiple pockets for clubs, golf balls, clothes and other necessities.

3. Cart bag: A cart bag is designed to be placed on a golf trolley or golf cart. It usually has more storage space and pockets than a tote or stand bag. It also has a sturdy base to ensure stability on the trolley.

4. Tour Bag: Tour bags are commonly used by professional golfers and serious amateurs. These bags are large and have plenty of storage space. They are usually heavier and less portable than other types of bags, but provide enough space for all clubs, clothing, accessories and other personal items.

5. Sunday bag: A Sunday bag is a very light and compact bag designed for short rounds of golf or practice sessions. It usually only has room for a few clubs and is easy to carry.

It is important to note that there are different brands, models and designs available within these categories. Choosing the right golf bag depends on personal preferences, playing style and needs.


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Questions about golf fitting
Am I good enough to get fit?

One of the biggest misunderstandings is that high handicappers or novice players are not yet good enough to be fit. It is especially important for these players that the material suits the swing better than a lower handicapper who can adapt more easily.

The higher handicapper in particular will be able to quickly see improvement with well-fitted clubs compared to his existing equipment


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Why custom fitting?

We are all unique and find it very normal to fit many things around us, such as shoes. With golf clubs we notice that people quickly think: 'I just have to adapt to the clubs' or 'this is a good or expensive brand, that must be good'. The assumption that the flex of the shaft is always what it says is unfortunately not true. Here we experience very big differences that are, for example, also comparable to clothing. A size M in the US will certainly be different from the same size from Italy. Especially since we are dealing with 14 clubs in the golf bag, it is important to know the right flex and to coordinate it with each other for a homogeneous feeling.

The wrong clubs, shafts and simple things such as the grips and, for example, the balance of the golf club can ensure that this beautiful sport does not become easier or more consistent.

By correct fitting tailored to the individual swing and then getting the clubs assembled in the bag, you are guaranteed to enjoy your game more.


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Do you only supply custom work or also standard stock clubs?

We can supply both. If you want to choose to bring ready-made stock, this is of course possible and we will advise you on this.

Of course, our great added value is to indicate the interests of customization and then deliver accordingly. Through advice/conversation you may arrive at very logical explanations as to why certain things are necessary to take into account, but someone has to tell you.


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About golfclubs
What types of golf clubs are there?

There are different types of golf clubs, each designed for specific situations on the golf course. Here are some common types of golf clubs:

  • Driver: Also known as the 1-wood, the driver is used for long distances from the tee. It has a large head and a long shaft to hit the ball far.
  • Fairway wood: These clubs have a slightly larger head than the driver and are used for long shots from the fairway. They are also useful in covering long distances on the golf course.
  • Hybrid: A hybrid club combines the properties of a fairway wood and a long iron. It is often used for long shots from difficult lies, such as the rough.
  • Irons: Irons are designed for shorter distance shots and provide greater accuracy and control. They are numbered 1 to 9 (1 being the furthest) and are often used for shots from the fairway or rough.
  • Wedges: Wedges have a high loft and are used for short shots around the green. They help you make high, accurate shots and stop the ball on the green. There are different types of wedges, such as pitching wedge, sand wedge and lob wedge.
  • Putter: The putter is used on the green to get the ball into the hole. It has a flat head and is used for short, rolling strokes.

This is not an exhaustive list as there are also specialty clubs such as chipper, long iron, and so on. The choice of golf clubs depends on the individual playing style, skill and the situation on the golf course.


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How many golf clubs can I have in my bag during a match?

The number of golf clubs you can have in your bag during a match can vary depending on the rules of the specific match.

In general, the USGA (United States Golf Association) allows a maximum of 14 clubs per player during a round of golf. The same goes for the R&A (Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews), which sets the rules for golf outside the United States and Mexico.

However, it is always advisable to check the specific rules of the competition you are entering as some competitions may have different rules. Consider, for example, a "four-stick match".


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What is the difference between a driver and an iron?

A driver and an iron are both golf clubs, but they differ in how they are used and designed.

A driver, also known as a 1-wood, is designed to hit the ball as far as possible off the tee box. It has a larger club head, usually with a low loft (between 8 and 12 degrees), and a longer shaft. This provides more speed and distance when hitting the ball. Due to the low loft, the ball flight is usually lower and the ball rolls further on the ground after landing.

An iron, on the other hand, is designed for precision and control when hitting the ball. Irons have smaller heads and higher loft (between 18 and 48 degrees depending on the number of the iron). This creates a higher ball flight and more spin, allowing the ball to stop better on the green. Irons are usually used for hitting the ball from the fairway or rough, and for making approach shots to the green.

In short, the difference between a driver and an iron is that a driver is used for maximum distance on the tee shot, while an iron is used for precision and control when hitting the ball.


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Speaking of putters
What types of putters are there?

There are several types of golf putters, including:

1. Blade putters: These putters have a traditional design with a narrow head and a flat back. They are ideal for players who have a tight and consistent putting stroke.

2. Mallet putters: These putters have a larger head with a more forgiving design. They often have an elaborate alignment system to help players aim their putts.

3. Counterbalanced putters: These putters have a heavier weight in the grip, which shifts the center of gravity upwards. This helps create stability and a smoother putting stroke.

4. Face-balanced putters: These putters have a neutral balance, meaning the head of the putter stays straight up when balanced on the finger. They are ideal for players with a straight putting motion.

5.Toe-balanced putters: These putters have a heel weight, which means the head of the putter drops down when it is put balanced on the finger. They are ideal for players with an arcing putting motion.

These are just a few examples of the many types of golf putters available. It's important to try different putters and see which style best suits your putting stroke and preferences.


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What is a Face Balanced putter?

A Face Balanced putter is a type of putter that has a balanced putter, where the weight of the putter head is aligned directly above the shaft. This ensures that the putter face (the club face) will rotate less during the swing, keeping the putter more stable and less likely to open or close upon impact with the ball. This can help promote a straight and consistent putting motion.

Face Balanced putters are often used by golfers who have a straight back-and-forth pendulum swing.


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What is a Toe hang putter?

A "Toe hang putter" is a type of golf putter that is designed with a high degree of "toe hang". This means that the club head of the putter is balanced so that it hangs down with the toe (toe) of the club head pointing downward when the putter is held straight.

This type of putter is popular with golfers who have a making an arc when putting. The toe hang putter helps maintain the natural motion of the arc stroke and can help improve the consistency and accuracy of the putt.

Toe hang putters are available in a variety of styles and designs, including blade putters and mallet putters. It is important to choose the putter that best suits a golfer's personal playing style and preferences.


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About Golf Bags
What types of golf bags are there?

There are different types of golf bags, each with their own features and functions. Here are some common types of golf bags:

1. Carry Bag: This is a light and compact bag designed to be carried while walking on the golf course. It usually has a single shoulder strap and enough space for a few clubs, golf balls and accessories.

2. Stand bag: This is a carrying bag with folding legs, allowing the bag to remain upright while you are on the golf course. It usually has multiple pockets for clubs, golf balls, clothes and other necessities.

3. Cart bag: A cart bag is designed to be placed on a golf trolley or golf cart. It usually has more storage space and pockets than a tote or stand bag. It also has a sturdy base to ensure stability on the trolley.

4. Tour Bag: Tour bags are commonly used by professional golfers and serious amateurs. These bags are large and have plenty of storage space. They are usually heavier and less portable than other types of bags, but provide enough space for all clubs, clothing, accessories and other personal items.

5. Sunday bag: A Sunday bag is a very light and compact bag designed for short rounds of golf or practice sessions. It usually only has room for a few clubs and is easy to carry.

It is important to note that there are different brands, models and designs available within these categories. Choosing the right golf bag depends on personal preferences, playing style and needs.


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What is a waterproof golf bag?

A waterproof golf bag is a golf bag designed to keep your golf clubs and other equipment dry, even in wet conditions.

These bags are made of waterproof material, such as nylon or polyester with a waterproof coating or sealed seams, to prevent water from entering. They often also have waterproof zippers and waterproof pockets to ensure that all your belongings stay protected from rain or other damp conditions while golfing.


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What is the difference between a waterproof golf bag and a water-repellent golf bag?

A waterproof golf bag is completely water resistant and provides maximum protection against water, preventing water from entering the bag, even with prolonged exposure to rain or immersion in water. This is usually achieved through the use of materials such as waterproof fabrics, waterproof zippers and seams, and waterproof coatings.

On the other hand, a water-repellent golf bag is made of materials that are water resistant, but not completely waterproof. This means that it provides some protection against light rain or splashes, but is not completely resistant to prolonged exposure to water or submersion. Water-repellent golf bags can keep water out, but the protection is more limited compared to a waterproof bag.

The main difference between a waterproof and a water-repellent golf bag is the degree of protection against water. A waterproof bag offers a higher level of water resistance and can be used safely in heavy rain or even when crossing water hazards on the golf course. A water-repellent bag is more suitable for light rain showers or humid conditions.


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