IN THE BAG
Join Malaska Certified Golf Instructor and Club Fitter Brian Gott as he walks you through all the clubs in your bag, the benefits, challenges, advantages, and diversity you may face when selecting your next set of clubs.
Brian covers topics such as how to read the green, two types of speed to consider, the importance of line, and how to aim the putt.
There are two types of speed to consider when putting. Brian discusses distance control and speed control.
The first step in putting is to be able to read the green. Brian uses AimPoint, which is a green reading system.
PUTTING LINE AND AIM
Brian covers how to pick a line for the putt, and he uses a mark on the ball to help aim the putter on the intended line.
HOW BOUNCE AFFECTS YOUR WEDGE
When it comes to getting a wedge fitted, the bounce is a very important factor. Learn how different bounces change your swing.
THE MISCONCEPTION ABOUT BOUNCE
Learn how bounce has changed in the golf industry and what will help your swing.
The iron is one of the most important clubs in your bag. Learn how they are fit a players swing.
THE STATISTICS BEHIND IRON FITTING
Gott Golf uses technology to see which club will work best for a players swing.
FITTING A DRIVER HEAD
When you are getting a driver fitted, the shaft comes before the club head. Learn how Gott Golf fits clubs.
THE STATISTICS BEHIND FITTING A DRIVER HEAD
Gott Golf uses numbers and technology to fit clubs that work with different player's swings.
QUALITY TYPES OF PUTTERS
Each person has a different swing. Finding the right putter for your swing is very important.
THE STATS BEHIND FITTING A PUTTER
Getting a putter fitted requires important information about a players swing.
EXAMINING TARGET LINES WHEN CLUB FITTING
The target line is a very important factor when it comes to club fitting. Learn how your swing can impact the putter that best fits you.
THE LOOKS OF PUTTERS CAN BE DECEIVING
Putters can be deceiving. Looks don't always mean that a club will work best for you. Learn how a putter is fit to your swing.