Have you "Maxxed" out lately?
Maxx Cluboratory™ Fittings
For the Discerning Player.
Maxx Cluboratory Fittings are designed for the serious player who wants the maximum in club-fitting expertise and technology when making decisions about his or her golf clubs. For players to benefit from our Maxx fittings, they must have the skills to hits shots with relative consistency. Guiding you through the process are our most experienced club-fitting professionals using our most sophisticated ball flight monitor, the TrackMan.
Currently we offer five Maxx fitting options:
- Maxx Driver Fitting
- Maxx Iron Fitting
- Maxx Full Bag Fitting
- Maxx Gap Fitting
- Maxx Putter Fitting
- Titleist Fitting Works Fitting
All Maxx fittings require an appointment.
Please call 877-973-9005 for an appointment or if you have questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is a Maxx Fitting right for me?
Although a Maxx fitting can provide useful information for almost anyone who is interested in their launch conditions, it is really most beneficial to golfers who tend to make consistently solid shots. Because severe miss-hits will cause ball speed, launch angle and spin rate to fluctuate greatly, the numbers gathered from these types of shots will do little to provide the fitter with reliable information to make a practical and sound recommendation to the player. This does not mean you need to make perfect contact with every shot to benefit from this fitting. Occasional miss-hits are simply discarded and will not influence the resulting averages for that particular club. You also have the freedom to inform the fitter when you make a bad swing, even if the result is a fairly centered hit, in order to keep such atypical shots from skewing the results.
2. What are the differences between a Cluboratory and a Maxx Cluboratory Fitting?
First of all, both of these fittings are of exception high quality and most golfers will be satisfied with either one. The goals are the same, to help golfers find equipment that will improve their game.
Probably the biggest difference between the two is the use of the TrackMan ball flight monitor throughout the Maxx Fittings. It does give the club-fitters more information to help with the testing and fitting process, but it uses very expensive equipment and is time consuming so therefore more costly. Even with this equipment, the club-fitters will still closely observe the ball in its full flight just as they do with the normal Cluboratory fitting. For an experienced club-fitter, observing the ball flight is critically important to performing their job. The normal Cluboratory fitting takes ball flight measurements to verify that the clubs fit.
Golfers who are really into the game and want to thoroughly examine exotic shaft options will love the Maxx Fittings. If you have a less intense interest in the game but still want high quality clubs that fit, the normal Cluboratory fittings are perfect for you.
3. How do I sign up for a Maxx Fitting?
Simply call Miles of Golf at (877) 973-9005 or speak to someone at the sales counter in the Golf Shop, and they will schedule the fitting for you. The TrackMan monitor is in very high demand, so please call if you need to change the schedule. There is a $50 cancellation fee if you cancel less than 24 hours before your fitting.