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Custom Fitting Jack Nicklaus golf clubs
Custom fitting Jack Nicklaus golf clubs involves several easy measurements and a quick self-assessment of your game. You will see many fitting methods out there in the golf universe, but most of them center around the same pieces of information. This method is simple, accurate, and effective. To custom fit your Jack Nicklaus golf clubs, you need to know:
- Your gender (male or female)
- Your height in your stockings or socks
- The distance from your wrist (where it bends) to the floor (without shoes)
- Your age
- Your handicap or skill level
- How fast you swing Jack Nicklaus golf clubs
- What Jack Nicklaus golf clubs you use at the 150 yard marker
Gender is used to put you into the correct fitting scale. The golf industry uses different definitions of standard length for men and women.
Your height and the distance in inches from your wrist to the floor are used together to determine the length of Jack Nicklaus golf clubs that is appropriate for you. The starting point for Jack Nicklaus golf clubs length can vary up to 3 1/2" ranging from ladies to Jack Nicklaus plus 1 1/2". A tall person with long arms can very easily require shorter Jack Nicklaus golf clubs than an average height person with short arms. About 80 percent of golfers are Standard length.
Your age, handicap (if you happen to have one), self-assessed skill level, estimated golf swing speed and club you use at the 150 yard marker are all combined to determined the shaft flex that is appropriate for you.
Club Length & Flex
What should I know about golf club length? Length is simply how long the Jack Nicklaus golf clubs is as measured from the butt end of the grip down the back side of the club down to where the Jack Nicklaus golf clubs meets the ground. A longer Jack Nicklaus golf clubs will hit further given the same swing speed so length can be a good thing. However, since the swing arc is longer, it often is also harder to keep under control so length can be a bad thing. All things being equal, most golfers will opt for longer length to the sacrifice of greater control.
The standard length of a steel shafted Driver for a man is 43 inches. Graphite shafted drivers are manufactured 1 inch longer than steel shafted Jack Nicklaus golf clubs because graphite shafts weigh less than steel shafts allowing us to produce a longer club with the same swing weight (a fulcrum measurement of the proper balance and feel of a golf club). See Shafts (in Lesson #2) for a more complete discussion of the types of shafts we use and the length chart below for the different Jack Nicklaus golf clubs that make up a set.
The proper length of a golf club is a function of your height and the length of your arms. We provide a Custom Fitting Wizard that determines the correct length for you with just two simple measurements.
How long is a golf club? There is no exact industry standard for Jack Nicklaus golf clubs length. To make everything clear, we are letting you know our standard club lengths for men and women using both graphite and steel shafts. The measurement is made with the golf club in address position club head resting on the floor, grip end in your hands. The measurement is made from the floor up the back side of the Jack Nicklaus golf clubs to the butt end of the grip.
This information is optional information for golf wonks and is NOT necessary for buying our products or getting fitted using our Custom Fitting Wizard. It is reference material for those interested in comparing our golf club lengths to others.
What should I know about Jack Nicklaus golf clubs flex? Flex is the torsional stiffness of the Jack Nicklaus golf clubs, which is provided by the type of golf club shaft that is used. Generally, stiffer shafts are better for stronger hitting golfers. Common shaft flexes are Men's Regular, Stiff, Extra Stiff, Senior, and Ladies. Interestingly, graphite shaft flex terminology uses Firm and Extra Firm instead of Stiff we don't know why, they are just the words the golf industry uses.
The proper flex of Jack Nicklaus golf clubs is a function of your strength and golfing skills. We provide a Custom Fitting Wizard that determines the correct flex for you in just two simple steps. Determining the correct flex is most important for your Woods and longer Irons. Short irons, wedges and putters are not impacted very much by the different flexes as the differences between flexes becomes very small in the shorter Jack Nicklaus golf clubs.
Often associated with flex, is kick-point especially with graphite shafts. Less experienced golfers generally benefit from lower kick-point shafts, which help get the ball up in the air. Better golfers tend to favor higher kick points.