We will help you find the perfect clubs!

Using our extensive knowledge and resources, we will help you find the clubs your bag needs to shoot lower scores!

If you have any Questions Contact Gerry : [email protected] : (650)-400-2248

Specifications we consider…

Shaft Type: Individuality makes the decision. Steel or graphite shafts, swing weights, kick (or bend) points and torque ratings should be considered.

Shaft Flex: Shaft flex influences distance, accuracy, trajectory and consistency. The shaft flexes during the swing. Incorrect shaft flex drastically reduces the chance of making consistent solid contact.

Clubhead Design: You have so many choices today it is a buyers’ market. Manufacturers have recently provided many more options throughout their product lines to suit many types of needs. Let us guide you to the one that suits you best.

Shaft Length: Shaft length will influence where the ball is consistently struck on the clubface. The correct shaft length will prevent a golfer from having to alter their natural swing in order to make optimal contact.

Lie Angle: This is the angle created by the shaft and sole of the club. With the correct lie angle the center of the clubhead will touch the ground during impact. Should the toe of the clubhead be raised at impact, a hooking shot may result. If the heel is raised, a push or slice could result.

Set Make Up: Set make up is what type and the number of clubs we decide is best for you. We can mix and match your clubs so that the distances or types of shots that you wish to create in your game are fully covered. Or, you are able to order less than a full set to match your budget.

Grip Size: The correct grip size can influence the golfers’ ability to return the clubface to a square position and minimize tension in the hands and arms. Also, with the assortment of grip textures, personal preference is a determining factor.

Club Fitting FAQ

How does club fitting at Collindale work?2022-03-01T01:14:50+00:00

There are 3 steps. First, appointment booking. Next, the fitting itself. Last, order placement (optional).

How do I book a fitting appointment?2022-03-01T01:21:20+00:00

Visit our scheduling page here to book your session. You will be asked to enter payment information for the fitting fee.

How much is the fitting fee?2022-03-01T01:23:53+00:00

A single club fitting is $65, a multiple club fitting is $100

How long does a fitting take?2022-03-01T01:26:14+00:00

About 1 to 1.5 hours for a single club and 2 to 2.5 hours for multiple clubs

How does the fitting process work?2022-03-01T01:26:59+00:00

In brief, your fitter will guide you through the entire fitting, testing various club models and collecting data points on each. Your fitter will receive any feedback you have as the fitting progresses. This process will reveal the best club setup for you.

How do I prepare for my fitting session?2022-03-01T01:27:31+00:00

There is not much to do, just come early enough to warm up your swing. If you have background info that you would like to share with us before your session, please send it to: or text or call Gerry at 650.400.2248.

Do I have to place an order?2022-03-01T01:27:53+00:00

No. Placing an order is always optional. You pay a fitting fee for the fitting service. Fees are separate from club purchases.

How do I place an order?2022-03-01T01:28:14+00:00

After your best fit is identified your fitter will write up your order and place it as soon as possible with the manufacturer(s). The golf shop will take the payment for your order immediately following your fitting session.

Are your prices competitive?2022-03-01T01:28:52+00:00

Yes! We match MAP (Minimum Advertised Pricing), the prices you typically see at the large retailers, such as Golf Galaxy.

Why should I come to Collindale for club fitting?2022-03-01T01:29:50+00:00

Our experience, expertise and knowledge of how golfers can play their very best puts us above most other fitting establishments. The dedicated fitting/lesson area on our large driving range, including a natural turf hitting surface, allows for testing in real world conditions.

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