How far do you hit your Driver? How High? With how much Spin?
To maximize your Driver performance, you need to know not just what you are doing, but how much better you could be doing with an optomized, fitted golf club. Using the latest TrackMan 4 launch monitor and a comprehensive array of test equipment, The Golf Doctor-DC can fine tune your performance to allow you to get the most out of your Tee Shots.
The angle that your golf ball is launched into the air is important, but equally important is the angle that your ball descends and the spin rate of the golf ball through its flight. By measuring the the precise details of the swing and the flight of the ball, TrackMan™ 4 allows us to accurately determine the descent angle of the ball and better fit you so that you get maximum carry and roll from your drives.The amount of ball spin effects how the golf ball lifts into the air. Too little spin and the ball loses carry distance; too much spin and the ball loses roll. The closer your driver comes to optimizing the spin rates of your golf ball, the closer you can come to maximum overall distance.
Individual golfers have different natural shot tendencies (some hit a draw; some hit a fade) and so do different clubheads. Some clubheads are designed to promote one type of ball flight over another. The wood fitting gives us the ability to match your swing with the appropriate type of clubhead to optimize your performance.During the driver fitting, we use numerous clubheads and shafts so that you get the best possible choice for your bag. At the conclusion of the fitting, you will know the appropriate club characteristics for your swing.