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JW6
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Member since Jul 2013
1120 posts

Fitting drivers
Nevada bobs or Edwin watts for fitting for a driver? Any advice.
Looking at tsi 3 probably.


TaderSalad
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mudbug territory
Member since Jul 2014
18970 posts

re: Fitting drivers
Watts depends solely on who’s there at the time. I’ve had decent experiences and also had the fitter randomly disappear.



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MizunoDude
Member since May 2020
285 posts

re: Fitting drivers
Nevada bob's. Better environment and knowledgeable workers. Jared is back and very good.

They have 2 bays. 1 Foresight and 1 trackman.


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CoachChappy
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Member since May 2013
27082 posts

re: Fitting drivers
quote:

Looking at tsi 3 probably.


It’s not for everyone, but if you previous hit a D3, you’ll love it!


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PenguinPubes
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Frozen Tundra
Member since Jan 2018
5726 posts

re: Fitting drivers
I went to Edwin watts and hit some irons and got new clubs, bc why pay when it’s free?

I have always thought “getting fitted” was a sham. I bit the bullet and paid $80 to get fitted for wedges, and I’m not gunna lie; best $80 I’ve spent on anything golf I’ve bought, my short game has improved greatly

The pro also adjusted the lie on my irons I bought from Edwin watts bc I was hitting a little on the toe. I highly recommend seeing a decent club fitter, coming from someone who thought people were dumb for doing this


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