> Sound like any decent club-fitter to me.
I think any decent clubfitter should end up giving you close to the
"right" combination. I've got Dynacraft iron heads that I had altered at
a Golfsmith centre. My son already has a set of Henry-Griffitt irons,
and both he and I have just bought a couple of HG woods! So in a sense
I've experienced a gamut of fitting options.
As far as HG is concerned, I have found that their screw-in head system
enables you to try a wider range of flexes, kickpoints, lengths etc.
before purchase. We were fitted at a range, where we could see the ball
flight of each option e.g. trajectory, distance, fade/draw etc. In fact,
I was pretty well stuffed after hitting the ball so much!
Personally I found this much more enlightening than hitting into a net,
where while you can "feel" the club you can only see the first few
metres of your shot. I actually tried a number of other woods (Infiniti,
GBB, Cobra) at the same time, and all showed a tendency to a weak fade
that I wouldn't pick up just hitting into a net.
The downside is the high cost of their clubs compared to other component
manufacturers, although they do only use the very best True Temper
Trentham Golf Club