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  • LF - Fitter in the Durham Area

    Hi Guys,

    Can anybody recommend a club fitter in the Durham area?

    I'm looking to get a new set of irons, but want to work with a fitter to get something that works for me amongst all the brands out there and have it adjusted (if needed) appropriately.

    Thanks.
    Status: 4 Years and still a noobie.

    Driver: Nike Sasquatch Sumo2 5900
    Woods: Nike Sasquatch 3/5
    Hybrid: Nike Slingshot 2/3 Hybrid
    Irons: Nike Slingshot OSS 3-AW
    Wedge: Nike SV Tour Wedge (52/56/60 degrees)
    Putter: Nike Unitized Techno Putter (Love it!)
    Shoes: Nike SP-8 TW Tour (White)
    Ball: Guess.

    http://www.gavincampbellonline.com



  • #2
    Ollie golf ,ajax

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    • #3
      TLT Dan is a sponsor here

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      • #4
        Do yourself a large favor, go see Dan @ TLT
        Enjoy life NOW ladies and gentlemen, there is no second time around.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Knockz View Post
          Can anybody recommend a club fitter in the Durham area?

          I'm looking to get a new set of irons, but want to work with a fitter… amongst all the brands out there…
          In Durham and with most major iron brands, the only option is Golftown. If you’re willing to travel west 30-45 minutes, you’ll have more options.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Knockz View Post
            Hi Guys,

            Can anybody recommend a club fitter in the Durham area?

            I'm looking to get a new set of irons, but want to work with a fitter to get something that works for me amongst all the brands out there and have it adjusted (if needed) appropriately.

            Thanks.
            I get the sense that you want to test several OEM brands. From Pickering, TXG and Modern Golf aren’t that long a drive. Otherwise, unless you want component clubs, Golftown is your only option.

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            • #7
              Thanks for the suggestions. I have been looking into each of them.

              Originally posted by RutgersKev View Post
              In Durham and with most major iron brands, the only option is Golftown. If you’re willing to travel west 30-45 minutes, you’ll have more options.
              That's what I am seeing. Golftec (in the Golftown) and the guys at Royal Ashburn have also been suggested to me.

              Originally posted by TheBananaSlice View Post
              I get the sense that you want to test several OEM brands. From Pickering, TXG and Modern Golf aren’t that long a drive. Otherwise, unless you want component clubs, Golftown is your only option
              Thats it. There are so many brands and who knows where to start. I have TXG and Modern Golf on my list as well. Was just looking for something a bit closer if it exists. I want to buy as well so if the fitting fee's are absorbed once I purchase then that is a bonus. I think Modern Golf did this.
              Status: 4 Years and still a noobie.

              Driver: Nike Sasquatch Sumo2 5900
              Woods: Nike Sasquatch 3/5
              Hybrid: Nike Slingshot 2/3 Hybrid
              Irons: Nike Slingshot OSS 3-AW
              Wedge: Nike SV Tour Wedge (52/56/60 degrees)
              Putter: Nike Unitized Techno Putter (Love it!)
              Shoes: Nike SP-8 TW Tour (White)
              Ball: Guess.

              http://www.gavincampbellonline.com


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              • #8
                Modern Golf has full bag fitting for 200 now . they say that is 50% off the regular price.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by tedm View Post
                  Modern Golf has full bag fitting for 200 now . they say that is 50% off the regular price.
                  Awesome.. found the info. Thank you.

                  https://shop.moderngolf.ca/collectio...ll-bag-fitting
                  Status: 4 Years and still a noobie.

                  Driver: Nike Sasquatch Sumo2 5900
                  Woods: Nike Sasquatch 3/5
                  Hybrid: Nike Slingshot 2/3 Hybrid
                  Irons: Nike Slingshot OSS 3-AW
                  Wedge: Nike SV Tour Wedge (52/56/60 degrees)
                  Putter: Nike Unitized Techno Putter (Love it!)
                  Shoes: Nike SP-8 TW Tour (White)
                  Ball: Guess.

                  http://www.gavincampbellonline.com


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                  • #10
                    Dan's the Man, even if you don't want SL clubs.
                    plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post
                      Dan's the Man, even if you don't want SL or TLT clubs.
                      Fixed it for you....


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JLove
                        If i already bought a set of clubs (Sim2 Max with C Taper Lite shafts) , could they still be fitted for loft and lie?
                        I would say if the changes needed are not extreme, if could be fairly straight forward. If you need severe adjustments, the club builder may advise that you need to accept the risk - your clubs may break - with the attempt at the adjustment. You'll have to ask the fitter you chose to work with....


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                        • #13
                          Go see TLT Dan. I'm happy with my TLT set. A caveat, it will probably take you 15-20 rounds to adjust to TLT. At first, I thought I made a mistake and then it clicked and scores started dropping.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ping1-a View Post
                            Go see TLT Dan. I'm happy with my TLT set. A caveat, it will probably take you 15-20 rounds to adjust to TLT. At first, I thought I made a mistake and then it clicked and scores started dropping.
                            The only thing I struggled with was the longer-than-normal wedges. I eventually bailed on them and went back to a regular length set of 3 Clevelands. It took me only 3-4 rounds until I was hitting my irons better than ever.
                            We may not be good but at least we'll be slow - PB


                            TM RBZ Tour 10.5 set to 9 deg with Aldila RIP Alpha 70s
                            Adams IDEA Super Hybrid XTD 17 deg stiff
                            Nike Machspeed 3H 21 deg stiff
                            Wilson FG Tour V4 - 4i-GW - DG Pro S300 - TLT build
                            Cleveland/TM wedges - 53 / 56 / 60 - all one length
                            Cleveland BRZ Classic 1 putter
                            Srixon Star XV
                            Ogio Grom bag

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