Need suggestions. My wife does not play well and does not care to play because she has trouble just hitting the ball. She has a set of off the shelf, cheep, ladies clubs. She does not enjoy playing because she can't hit the ball well. I'd like to have her fitted for clubs and get her some good instruction. I like playing golf with her, and wish that she could enjoy the game.
Are there fitters who specialize in females?
She seems to have a good grip, good stance, she targets, but I can't tell what goes wrong from there. Frequently she will swing and miss the ball. She is short, about 5' 6" and I'm thinking that the lie of her clubs isn't right. The steel shafts aren't doing her any favors either, I think. I guess that I'm hoping to to give her the equipment and instruction that would help to make her enjoy playing.
During a fitting would she be able to try out what she needs?
I think she needs clubs that she has confidence in. She knows she has cheap clubs and has low expectations from them.
She took one lesson from our club pro who frustrated her and she refused additional lessons. Does Titleist have instructors for females? Golf camps for women?
Suggestions welcomed. I need help with this.