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Fitting Guide

Please refer to the club fitting guide below to ensure that you purchase clubs with specifications that are best suited to your game. If you don't know your exact specifications, you can still shop with Callaway Golf Europe Certified Pre-Owned. All purchases come with a 14-Day 'No Obligation' Trial Period, so if you're not sure the club you've ordered suits your game, you can return it to us for a full refund on the product price (refer to our Returns Policy for more information)

Choosing The Right Golf Club For Your Game

Callaway Golf Certified Pre-Owned stocks a wide range of pre-owned Callaway Golf, Odyssey Golf and Odyssey Toulon golf clubs. On every product page on the site, there is a grid which displays all of the available stock of that specific club we have for sale. The grid features a number of columns which describe the specification of the golf club, starting with 'Head Hand' on the left-hand side (which always displays either 'Left Hand' or 'Right Hand'). The right-hand side of the grid displays the condition options we have available, from 'Like New' through to 'Average' condition.

Drivers

Head Loft:

Choosing the correct loft in your driver is critical in producing a proper launch angle. Golfers with a slower swing speed will benefit from a higher lofted driver (as it helps to get the ball in the air more easily) and the result will be higher trajectory, longer carry, and greater distance. Look at your average swing speed in order to determine the proper loft for your driver:

*Most Callaway Golf drivers come with a loft setting of 9, 10.5 or 12 degrees of loft, and can be adjusted to either -1 or +2 degrees of loft.

Shaft Flex:

Choosing the right shaft flex for your game is crucial: without the correct flex, golfers will have a harder time making solid contact with the ball on a consistent basis, affecting the direction and distance of their shots. As a general guide, you can determine your shaft flex based on your clubhead speed:

*If you're at the lower end of your clubhead speed category, select a shaft weight at the lower end of the scale, and vice versa.

Shaft Length:

Choosing the correct length of shaft will ensure you have the optimum level of control over your driver. The standard length of a driver is 45.75'' for men and 44.75'' for women. Your height and your level of control over the driver will determine the correct shaft length for you. A shorter golfer should go down 0.5'' to 1''. A golfer with less control over their driver might also consider going down by 0.5'' to 1''.

Irons

Shaft Material:

Irons come with either graphite or steel shafts. Golfers with a lower swing speed would generally perform better with a graphite shaft, as it can help with getting the ball in the air.

Shaft Flex:

Choosing the right shaft flex in your irons is vital in making solid contact with the ball on a consistent basis. With the correct flex, golfers will see more accuracy and longer distance on the shots. Follow this guide for determining which flex and weight is right for your game:

*If you're at the lower end of your clubhead speed category, select a shaft weight at the lower end of the scale, and vice versa.

Head Lie Angle:

Getting the correct lie angle of your iron will ensure the position of the club head at address and impact will strike the ground, rather than the heel or toe. A club which is too upright for a golfer will cause the clubface to close, resulting in a pull or a hook (for right-handed players), which a club which is too flat will hit the ground with the toe, causing the clubface to open and resulting in a push or a slice (for right-handed players).

Use this guide to determine which club length and lie is right for you, based on your height and wrist-to-floor measurement:

Shaft Length:

Selecting the correct club length will ensure the golfer is in the address position which can be maintained throughout the golf swing. Too long a club length will cause a shorter player to stand too upright, while too short a club length will cause a taller player to stoop over the club.

Wedges

Head Loft:

The degrees of head loft in a wedge determine which type of wedge it is. The higher degree of loft in a wedge, the higher the shot.

Head Bounce:

Head Grind:

Shaft Material:

Wedges come with either graphite or steel shafts, although steel shafts are more common. Golfers with a lower swing speed would generally perform better with a graphite shaft, as it can help with getting the ball in the air.

Head Lie Angle:

Getting the correct lie angle of your wedge will ensure the position of the club head at address and impact will strike the ground, rather than the heel or toe. A club which is too upright for a golfer will cause the clubface to close, resulting in a pull or a hook (for right-handed players), which a club which is too flat will hit the ground with the toe, causing the clubface to open and resulting in a push or a slice (for right-handed players).

Use this guide to determine which club length and lie is right for you, based on your height and wrist-to-floor measurement:

Shaft Length:

Selecting the correct club length will ensure the golfer is in the address position which can be maintained throughout the golf swing. Too long a club length will cause a shorter player to stand too upright, while too short a club length will cause a taller player too stoop over the club.

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