I'm 28 years old and this is my first year I've finally been able to get out and play all year. Since my clubs were fitted for myself when I was 16, I decided it would be a good idea to buy a new set this year.
I got fitted for the swing I had with my old clubs which was wrong. I'm 6'3 1/2" and I really slouched down. I asked the fitting guy about standing more upright and he said don't worry about it since they fit for the swing I had.
I ended up buying a new set of Titleist CB irons std lie, +3 more loft, std length. They felt great when I bought them.
Next I go to my local golf pro to start getting lessons. He fixes my swing by making me stand more upright and closer to the ball based on my club selection using the belt buckle and butt of the club as a guide. This was all new to me.
Now everything I'm hitting is a hook at the target or bladed and I've maybe felt good solid contact with the ball 5 or 6 times out of 400+ golf swings in the last 3 days. The club pro told me to give it a few weeks before making any changes but it's pretty unbearable to go from a 7 handicap to taking about a stroke penalty every other hole because of lost balls. Majority of my divots are now toe deep. After looking at the clubs that Ernie Els and Stewart Cink use, it's faily clear to me my clubs are now wrong.
I will try to post video of before and after swings. It's fairly clear my club pro has got me on the right path to better shots because my swing looks so much better.
My question is, What options do I have now as far as my clubs are concerned? Because at this point, I feel like I just paid a lot of money for the wrong clubs.