Wedge Fitting

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By DStebner

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  1. I can't seem to find a fitter that can fit wedges outdoors. I feel like hitting off the mats with my wedges compared to off actual grass isn't even close in results. I got fitted for SM8s about 16 months ago by 2nd Swing and just had a terrible experience. I currently am gaming TM Milled Grind 2 in a 48, 54, 58 since I play 4-PW T200 (2020). What do you guys suggest as an alternative to getting fit on grass. I live in New Jersey and I am willing to drive a few hours if it is worth it to a facility someone suggests. I want to replace my current wedges and would love to get back to Titleist. Driver, both hybrids, and irons are all Titlelist as well as my ball.

  2. Brock L

    Brock L
    Fort Myers, FL

    Check the Titleist site for Premier Fitters and then call them and ask if they will do outdoor fittings. Even call some private clubs. I'm sure some of the larger private clubs in the area will be willing to help you. You might have to pay for the fitting, but at least you know you're getting what works.
  3. Keith M

    Keith M
    Acworth, GA

    I'm lucky, the club where I'm a member has a Tru Spec location attached to it. It was an indoor and outdoor fitting, we tried a couple of different options, ended up with a lie and gap adjustment to what I had previously. Worked out great, the SM9s are like throwing darts.
  4. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    From this website for fittings, look for Premier sites within 100 miles. Sleepy Hollow north of NYC near Tappen Zee Bridge is one.
    Private clubs posted as pro shops doing Titleist fittings are open to the public for fittings and sales.
  5. Tyler_S

    Orange, CA

    It's a drive, probably longer than you want but you can go to Manchester Lane Test Facility. It's all outdoor and you would be able to see Ball Plant 3 if you time it right.

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