You've heard the term "different horses for different courses." Well, wedges apply to that saying! Your course will demand specific amounts of bounce and grind on the sole of your wedges. The type of grinds and bounce angles will depend upon matching your swing to the firmness of the turf and sand.
We would like to work with you to fine tune your wedges. That can mean taking the time to test you on the launch monitor, or even better, on the golf course. Real time testing along with custom fitted wedges will improve your scoring. Let's cut down on wasting shots into and around the greens!
Golf Wedge Fitting
Most golfers focus on driver fitting and overlook getting properly fit for their scoring clubs. As loft increases, having the proper lie angle is increasingly critical. Because lie angle has a correlation to directional control, an incorrect lie angle can decrease shot accuracy.
A lie angle that is too "flat" can tend to influence the ball to the right (for a right-handed golfer). A lie angle that is too "upright" can tend to the influence the ball to the left (for a right-handed golfer). Finding the correct lie angle is a key aspect of club fitting.Using the right lofts will give you consistent distance gaps. We can adjust your wedge lofts to fine tune your wedge distances.
Speciality wedge shafts proliferated when the new groove rules took effect. Our wedge fitting process gives you the opportunity to try the multitude of wedge shafts not available in off the rack wedges.
Custom grinds, once available only to golf professionals, are now available from many brands. Understanding these grinds and how they fit your game and course conditions can be confusing. Remove that confusion and get the assistance of Engineered Golf, a professional fitter that understands wedge grinding.
When we cannot fit you into a stock grind we often can grind your wedge to suit your golf course turf and sand conditions.