Last week we dispelled the myth that custom fitting is only for low-handicap golfers – if you didn’t give it a read then make sure you do! Regardless of your ability, one of the key focuses during any iron fitting will be your dispersion and here’s why it’s so important.
Where do you aim? As you can see in the image above, a player adopting a more aggressive strategy, highlighted in red, brings the water more into play. We would always recommend in this situation to aim for the middle of the green, as shown in white, to reduce the chance of racking up a big number. This more conservative strategy also gives you a greater margin for error should you mishit your shot.
Learning your dispersion averages and where your common miss is at a custom fitting will only help you in these situations.
One forgiving model that will help tackle your bad strikes and tighten up your dispersion is the Mizuno JPX900 Hot Metal. It has wide soles that makes it easier to launch and it’s made from a new thinner type of steel so it can spring more powerfully to boost distance.
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