I had a wedge fitting in Hackensack NJ. . It was terrible experience. It took me about 30 mins (i paid for one hour). He tried to sell me Edel wedges and each one is about $350. I wanted to try other clubs like Epon, Miura etc. but he kept on saying Edels are what I need.
Later I found that I could get an Edel wedge for about $210 with a graphite shaft and etc. He even charged me $13 for a pure grip, $30 for puring and $100 for Mamiya Recoil shaft.
It's like I paid $80 to try Edel wedges. Don't go there. Save your time and money.
I know this thread is a couple of years old, but has anyone had a fitting at the Hackensack, NJ store recently? I see one review a year ago was not good. Thanks for any info...
Sorry to revive this thread but I could not find the specific answer I was looking for. I currently play to a 2 handicap and am intrigued by the full fitting service club champion offers. I was fit into Ping iBlades at a golfsmith fitting a while ago and love them but was wondering if I could optimize the fit. Basically, I did not take the advice of the fitter as he clearly did not understand the process or product. His advice was all about distance and nothing in regards to dispersion so I went with the shaft I had been playing for years, the good ole Z-Z65. I shot all my best rounds with this shaft but love the feel of X100 and wanted to compare. If I did a fitting, could they reshaft what I have or do they only sell new? Additionally, it would be nice to take my driver and just buy the best shaft for my club head. I love the look and do play well with the current setup. Just want to remove any doubt that I am playing the best for me.
Club Champion has two prices- one if you want them to build it and get the parts separately (obviously more expensive) or one where the OEM builds it (obviously cheaper).
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Bringing this one back from the grave......
Anyone have a recent fitting at the "Philly" location? Experiences? Thoughts? Suggestions?