In-person Fitting vs. Online Fitting Apps/Tools in General Q&A Posted August 24, 2021 5 minutes ago, BMart519 said: If you actually buy clubs, there is no cost for the fitting at most places. It's always valuable to get on a monitor and see your delivery numbers which can highlight problem areas to work on. Online fitting can get a rough idea about length and lie of clubs, but is by no means exact. Does almost nothing for shaft type/weight/flex, wedge grind, or actually knowing what performs best from multiple brands instead of blindly committing to one companies fitting tool. (I do like the PING tool...) Online fitting could serve as a guide for irons to demo and narrow down options. I would never buy a full iron set having never hit them or seen how they look behind the ball. At that point you would be better off picking up a set of graphite shafts and swapping them into your AP2s. Good thoughts! New shafts might be a good option. Will probably check-in with a local pro/fitter before making any decisions. Thanks!