Swing Timing is based on the timing of the shaft kick during the player's downswing. Picking the shaft that will provide the proper club frequency to match this player's shaft release to ball impact timing (shaft straight at impact) will provide peak performance for the players swing.
What is Swing Timing?
Perfected Golf groups patented on the club FitChip Fitting System measures how the shaft loads and unloads throughout the swing. From this data, the time between shaft release and ball impact can be determined. This timing varies with each player and for most players from one club to the next.
Gathering the Swing Timing Data
If we recommend changing your shaft stiffness for your custom golf equipment, you can expect 10% to 15% more distance and hitting fairways and greens consistently. Before you commit to buy, we have a set of test shafts for a five Iron, three hybrid, and driver that you can test to wittiness the results you will get from our recommended shaft frequency. Your Custom Golf Equipment will be built to even closer specifications then what you may experience with the test clubs.
“The “FitChip” data will identify swing faults that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Further, as an instructor, imagine the teaching possibilities open to you once you have the capability of letting the “FitChip Player” software identify the exact frame within the video that pinpoints the root cause of any swing fault that even the most experienced instructor is unable to identify them.”