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Dec. 18, 2018

TRUEGolfFit.com Adding Advanced Shaft Fitting Analytics To “The World’s First Personalized Golf Fitting Engine.”

YORKTOWN, VA— Dec. 18, 2018 TRUEGolfFit the “The World’s First Personalized Golf Fitting Engine”, is excited to announce that it will be adding Advanced Shaft Fitting Analytics in 2019.

     TRUEGolfFit is the first service in the golf industry to use a predictive club fitting algorithm that is brand-agnostic and all encompassing. It matches a golfers exact swing to the best performing products for each individual golfer. The engine compares a golfer’s swing information with a database of real golfers and over 60,000 real swings to help find a golfer’s TRUE Fit. “The best way I can put it is, imagine being fit for your next golf club without ever swinging a club. Now imagine it being guaranteed to outperform everything you currently own. We have cracked the golf fitting code, mapped the golf fitting genome. Every single golfer in the world will now be able to buy with more confidence. It is a TRUE Fit to YOU and every individual golfer in the world. It eliminates the guesswork for consumers and matches clubs to their unique swings. And it is all guaranteed. Longer and straighter or your money back. No more guesswork. All major brands tested. Matched to your swing.” says Adam Beach owner of TRUEGolfFit.

     Many golfers have already benefited from the TRUEGolfFit personalized fitting engine. TGF performed over 5,000 fittings for golfers all over the world during its BETA launch.   Adding the shaft fitting analytics to our algorithm is the next logical step towards creating something truly disruptive and game-changing. It is time that it became all about the golfer and all about performance.” says Adam.


“A shift in the industry took place today and only 2% realize it.” – Golf Industry Insider.


TRUEGolfFit Innovations

     TRUEGolfFit is the first service in the golf industry to use a scientific compatibility matching system to find the best equipment configuration for golfers. The online fitting breakthrough uses advanced golf analytics to match to perfect fitting club to golfers exact swings. TGF is a data-driven online club fitting solution for golfers who would otherwise not get fit. With a database of over 60,000 swings and millions of data points it is the industries largest and most trusted source of connected swing data. All the major brands are tested to help eliminate the guesswork for consumers. The engine compares a golfers swing information with a database of real golfers and real swings to help find a golfers TRUE Fit. “Our database contains real swings with the real clubs, so in essence it is a real world fitting in a virtual space.” Says Adam Beach.

     Each TGF fitting cost $7 and includes the top two Strokes Gained recommended drivers per golfer.

     For more information, please visit TRUEGolffit.com


About TRUE GOLF FIT, LLC

TRUE GOLF FIT, LLC is a Consumer First company. The company is the world leader in golf club fit prediction. TGF is revolutionizing golf retail by making everything about performance.

 

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Very cool - I am assuming that the shaft options it pulls from are the stock offerings relative to each driver?

Also, I think it would be helpful if TGF had a list of the current drivers in their database.  That way, a prospective customer could know when a newer driver is part of the database and what drivers have been removed from the database.

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The concept in intriguing and the guarantee is interesting enough to possibly give it a go.  A few things that standout to me as potential issues would be the subjective aspect of clubs when it comes to ones preference for looks, sound and feel. A closer club face might not suit someone’s eye or the look/shape of the club isn’t confidence building in someone’s mind.  Then the objective part that comes from fittings with the adjustability of clubs these days. A certain loft but tweaked a bit to optimize numbers versus a loft and head combo generated by algorithm.

For shafts the feel may not be what one likes. 

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This is so cool! Shafts were the one thing that were missing! I really think this takes TGF from good to wonderful! 

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Question:
Is there some sort of feedback loop Incorporated; that is .. after a golfer has done the TGF and bought / played the recommendation - does their experience, positive or negative, update the database?

I guess this question is for Adam and/or Sam and/or whomever actually writes the code and the "logic".

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I hope that this is available by February because I'm looking to buy in March.

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This is fantastic!  I wonder if it would have changed our results from the official TGF review we just finished up if we didn't have the shaft in there that TGF recommended

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This really is cool but I'm curious, if I buy a $500 driver based on the recommendation and it doesn't outperform my current driver do I get my $500 back or my $7?

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I don't mean to offend anyone, but I'm skeptical. For a good while we've been told that in-person clubfittings are really valuable in finding the proper combination of clubhead and shaft and flex and length and lie.  And now we're simply be able to input some data while sitting at our desk at home and get a fitting that is as good or better?  I took a quick look, and didn't proceed far enough to see what data we'll need to have available, but this just seems to be a stretch.  I'll be interested to read the reviews.

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I think the biggest problem is that this depends on people knowing their misses and real info, not what they think they do on the course. 

I will say it looks like a great tool to get started narrowing the field online though. 

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 It matches a golfers exact swing to the best performing products for each individual golfer. 

How does it know my "exact swing" when I don't know my exact swing? 

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OK.  So I just went through the process, paid my fee and got my results.  All I got were two head brand/models.  No loft.  No shaft flex.  How is this supposed to be so helpful as to be "revolutionary"?  I love MGS, but this is disappointing.

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OK.  So I just went through the process, paid my fee and got my results.  All I got were two head brand/models.  No loft.  No shaft flex.  How is this supposed to be so helpful as to be "revolutionary"?  I love MGS, but this is disappointing.


It says very clearly that shaft options will be available in 2019. Go hit the clubs it selected for you though, im gonna bet you won’t be as dissapointed


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Will the shaft fitting part have a CPM number we can input so that we get the correct “flex”? Most people for shafts in a small range of CPM. So, a “high launch, low spin” shaft with a CPM of 245.


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Will the shaft fitting part have a CPM number we can input so that we get the correct “flex”? Most people for shafts in a small range of CPM. So, a “high launch, low spin” shaft with a CPM of 245.

 

 

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Maybe, but possibly that 4-character code that describes shaft bend profiles?

 

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8 hours ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

The concept in intriguing and the guarantee is interesting enough to possibly give it a go.  A few things that standout to me as potential issues would be the subjective aspect of clubs when it comes to ones preference for looks, sound and feel. A closer club face might not suit someone’s eye or the look/shape of the club isn’t confidence building in someone’s mind.  Then the objective part that comes from fittings with the adjustability of clubs these days. A certain loft but tweaked a bit to optimize numbers versus a loft and head combo generated by algorithm.

For shafts the feel may not be what one likes. 

THERE'S A SUCKER BORN EVERY MINUTE, AND P T BARNUM WASN'T EVEN TALKING ABOUT GOLF.

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If it’s only “stock shafts”, I haven’t been fitted to a stock shaft in 10 fittings. Hmm


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Again, this tool isn't supposed to replace a full fitting or be for us equipment nerds. It's for the average golf consumer that has known interest in a full fitting.

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