Fit Your Set

Great Clubs for Average Golfers

Improve your Physical Game
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At some point in the set (it happens to everyone) you lose the ability to hit good shots. Wherever that is in your set (the #3, #4, #5 or #6 iron) remove the offending clubs. You will hit fewer bad shots - and more good shots - every round. Better yet...

Fit Your Set to Your Game. 


Any teaching pro will tell average golfers to replace long irons with fairway woods.  It's the reason a wood replaces the #1 and #2 irons in a conventional set.

Set Fit Golf takes this great idea to the next level making it possible to replace the long AND middle irons with fairway woods.


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The SetFit Driver is designed for an average golfer's swing speed. It has 50% more loft than an average driver and it replaces the Pro's Driver... you can't hit.
click here for more info in the SetFit Driver


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The SetFit 3 Wood replaces the #1 and #2 irons. 
The SetFit 5 Wood replaces the #3 and #4 irons.
The SetFit 7 Wood replaces the #5 and #6 irons
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The SetFit55 gives an average golfer 'instant short game.' This club performs like a lob wedge (flop, drop, plop and stop) but it is much easier to hit.
click here for more info on the SetFit55


Balance your set with your skill.

If you can't hit it, don't carry it.

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Great Clubs

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