Edwin Watts Golf is the most trusted Golf Retailer since 1968.
Combined with PING's reputation as the club fitting leader has been earned through decades of research and experience in the field. Ping's proven methodology has been adopted by thousands of golf professionals around the world, whose role is to guide you through the process as you select the specifications that help produce your desired ball flight.
One call of our Experienced and Certified Ping Fitters ensures that you are going to get the right Ping Golf Clubs.
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- Our Certified Ping Fitting Team has been Fitting Ping Golf Clubs for over 16 Years.
- We are Certified to fit you with your choice of Driver, Fairways, Hybrids, Irons and Putters.
The First Step is the Interview Process, during which the fitter identifies your current ball flight tendencies, equipment specifications, likes and dislikes of your current equipment, and your needs and preferences from new equipment. The interview process is ongoing to ensure that your goals are being met through each of the remaining steps.
The Second Step is the Static Fitting, can be performed by calling our Certified Ping Fitters. For an iron fitting, your height and wrist-to-floor measurement are used to calculate your static Iron Color Code (lie angle) and shaft length, and your hand dimensions are used to calculate your static Grip Color Code, or grip thickness.
The Third Step is Asking the Important Questions that will help determine the proper Ping Fitting for you.
- How do you play golf?
- What has been your handicap range over the past 12 months?
- What is your Current Set Make-Up?
- What you LIKE or DISLIKE about your current equipment?
- Have you ever been fit at PING or at a PING fitting cart account?
- Which best describes your current shot pattern?
- Do you Hook Pull Draw Straight Fade Push Slice?
- Which best describes the trajectory Too high High Mid Low Too Low?
- How many additional yards do you think you would need to lower your average score by several strokes?
- When you miss a putt, the majority of the time it is:
- - No consistent tendency
- - If there is a consistent tendency, miss-read the putt or miss-hit the putt?
- - Left to right putts or Right to left putts?
- In what area(s) of your game would you like to see improvement?
- What benefits do you hope to realize from being fitted & then purchasing new equipment?