Welcome to Ultimate Fit Golf information page. We provide Professional Custom Fit Golf Clubs, Repairs and Fittings. Our goal is to provide the best in Club Fitting, Clubmaking, Repairs and Customer service. Because of our high quality standards our fittings are among the best in the business. Our goal is to deliver the Best Fit Golf Club to our valued customers. We want our customers to be happy with our product and services.

DRIVER FITTING price $80 per hour

Fitting consists of FlightScope Launch Monitor Session, Player interview to identify goals, Evaluation of current driver. Will fit for best Loft Driver for customers swing, Length, Shaft, Launch angle, Ball speed, Ball spin and grip size. Approximately 1 to 2 hours

IRON FITTING price $80 per hour

Fitting consists of FlightScope Launch monitor Session, Player interview to identify goals, evaluation of current clubs. Will fit for best Head, Length, Loft and Lie angles, Shaft flex and weight, Grip size and set make-up. Approximately 2 hours

WEDGE FITTING price $75 per hour

Session includes Loft and Lie, Length, Grip size, Gaping of yardage and suggestion on bounce

PUTTER FITTING price $75 per hour

Session consists if Alignment, Length, Loft and Lie, Grip size and backweighting. Weights not included in price.


Reshafting prices vary due to different types and brand of clubs. Average price is approximately $40 per club for drivers, fairway woods and hybrids with grip install. Heads with bore-thru shafts are slightly higher. This does not include the price of the grip, shaft or hosel adaptor due to the difference in grip, shaft and hosel adaptor pricing it is difficult to quote prices.


Club repairs are done in a timely manner mostly overnight. Regripping is done as soon as possible if grips are available. We do not stock all grips but most can be obtained in a timely manner.


Brent Snyder — PGA Director of Golf Instruction at Troy Burne Golf Club

Jeff Sorenson – PGA Teaching Professional at The Minikahda Club

jsorenson@theminikahdaclub.com    763-229-6443

Jon Reigstad – PGA Teaching Professional at Keller Golf Course

kellerteachingpro@gmail.com              651-335-2510


The following is a good description of the “Full Blueprint “ building process only available through independent club fitters and builders as myself.

Irons first, if using taper tip shafts they are all “pre-trimmed” at the factory, strictly to speed up the assembly process. Nothing wrong with that. Each shaft regardless of length weighs about the same. When using parallel tip shafts, my personal preference, I can create a more consistently performing set of clubs. Each shaft weighs about the same and when trimmed at each end of the shaft to obtain a general frequency and length fit to the individual swing.

I take each shaft and letter them A thru F, G, H, etc, lightest to heaviest as there tends to be a 2 to 3 gram variance. Then tip frequency is checked to make sure they are all the same. I then use a 454 gram weight on the tip of the shaft and measure the stiffness of the shaft at 15”, 25” and 35” from the tip with a frequency machine and measure in terms of frequency (stiffness). I then use a proprietary frequency sorting program, sort the shafts from softest to stiffest. The softest shaft goes into the longest iron, the stiffest into the shortest iron. Remember they are the same flex but in the real world they vary by about a half of flex. This method will yield a very consistent frequency’d set of irons. Taper tips are a little more inconsistent compare to proper tipped parallel, but it is nothing to stress over. I prefer to be in control of the shafts final stiffness, just my preference. I will use a taper tip shaft if the golfer performs better with it during the fitting process which does happen. If any parallel shaft is off by more than 3/4’s of a flex I will not use it. It is rare with the shafts we use in our fitting system. Most shafts tend to vary no more than ¼ flex as we only use high quality components.

Then I find the single spine in steel shaft. When using graphite shafts there are 2 spines usually 180* apart. I put the soft side toward the target initially. This is called “spinning”. I then find the FLO or “Flat Line Oscillation” of the shaft. Many call this “Puring” When performing this function, which I always due in my builds. I can insure that each shaft bends the same way every time! I did not say you would swing it the same every time, that is up to you. Properly fitted clubs are easier to swing more consistently when this function is performed. This process is not performed in mass produced equipment.

Here are some labels from from FLO’D and not FLO’D shafts. The inconsistent impacts are mass produced installed shafts. The more consistent impact clusters are the same head and shaft after spining and FLOing has been performed and reinstalled.

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I prefer MOI matched irons vs Swing Weight matching as then tend to result in more consistent clubs, easily the best feeling irons you can possibly own. There is nothing wrong with swing weighting, it is just a 96 year old procedure and I moved on to the 21st Century about 8 years ago when the process was finally refined.

Swing weight matched clubs vary about 3.5% in the amount of energy it requires to swing say your PW compared to your 4 iron, from point A to point B. Clubs are considered “MOI Matched” if they are within 1% of each other. I do not let my builds out of the studio unless they are within ½ of 1% of each other and many times the final builds are within ¼ of 1%.

If you truly would like Swing weight matched iron set it is not a problem. I will make sure I explain the difference to you before we build the set of irons. I will also explain the cost of MOI matching after the set has been built to swing weight match. I always want my customer to be informed of the way we are building their clubs.


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