07:43 18 Nov 19
5 star service all the way through the process. From the first wave hello from Don in the club room as you arrive through the door, to Mark on the phone and Christine as I was picking up the clubs, I couldn’t have felt more welcomed. I arrived at ForeGolf in July of this year desperately in the need of new irons and wedges. I explained to Dave (head club fitter) that I was hating my current clubs and was looking for a change. I didn’t have an idea or know exactly what I wanted but I knew what I didn’t want and why I wasn’t liking my current clubs. Even with my terrible explanation of what I wanted/didn’t want Dave was able to give me a few ideas of what he felt could help me or what he felt I would be more comfortable with. After a couple of different shaft/head combinations we were able to establish a perfect fit for me.Once the fitting was over Dave presented me with a print out of the recommended clubs/shafts and emailed me an audio of our fitting, explaining why we went for the clubs/Shafts and how he felt they would help my swing/game. There was absolutely no pressure at all to purchase the clubs there and then. In fact, when I rang up a few days later to order the clubs, I spoke with Mark on the phone and he tried to convince me to order one less club than I wanted to as he felt I would have too many wedges in the bag (I didn’t take his advice and ordered them all anyway 😐😂)I received my clubs a couple of weeks after placing my order and I couldn’t love them anymore. So much so that I booked in another fitting for a driver and some woods/hybrids. Again I went through the same process with Dave and in the fitting I found out something that could help my game a lot, even if I didn’t purchase any new clubs. It was more than just a fitting, it was like a lesson as well. Well worth the fitting fee for that information alone. I would advise anyone who is looking to get new clubs, to go and get fitted at ForeGolf and not to waste money buying clubs off a shop floor. It was €100 for the fitting and that was a bargain.