I would be happy to help you get fit for your new set of irons. A major benefit of getting fit with me at The Glen Club is testing outside off the grass. I use a TrackMan launch monitor in all my fittings and offer more shaft options than anywhere else in the area. Let me know if I can help.
Ryan Crysler, TPI GP3Senior InstructorButch Harmon Floridianhttp://Butchharmonfloridian.com
Discounting the quality of the fitters at the Glen, GG likely won't have the full line of shafts and heads available (at least by my experience - my local didn't have the requisite 2012 stock shafts available in February). Certainly, the Glen can fit you outdoors now. Hitting a ball 15 feet into a net from a mat is just not the same as from turf and watching the full flight. ...Now add in the experience of the fitters. No knock on the folks that have worked to earn your trust, but for the same money for the clubs....
Hey Cody! I strongly suggest going to the Glen Club and try a fitting session with Joe. They are the "Regional Fitter" (more shaft options). I just had mine last Thursday, and it went well. I live north of Milwaukee and even had to drive down there for the fitting. Others have posted about their fitting sessions over there the Glen Club. Nothing beats getting fitted outdoors, aside from the accurate launch monitor you also get to use ProV's as well. The range is in good condition plus you can also use the practice green for wedge fitting around the green. Although you can still get a good fitting session at Golf Galaxy, I just don't think it will beat the experience of going to the Glen Club.
Hope this helps. Good Luck and Happy Golfing.