Golf Club Fitting Studio Swings Into Wilmington

By Staff Reports, posted Sep 14, 2022
Club Champion has opened a golf club fitting studio in Wilmington at 5500 Market Street, Suite 100. (Photo courtesy of Club Champion)
Club Champion has expanded to Wilmington with a new fitting studio now open on Market Street. 

The custom golf club fitter will open its fourth location in North Carolina with its Wilmington studio, according to a release Wednesday. 

The brand sells and builds custom-fitted golf clubs using golf’s top brands. Club Champion has more than 100 locations worldwide and each studio offers more than 60 golf brands. 

Located at 5500 Market Street, the new studio features two indoor hitting bays including TrackMan launch monitors that measure swing performance, a build shop for hand-repairing and assembling clubs and a SAM PuttLab system to help customers track down the right putter, according to the release. 

“The company delivers a Tour-level fitting that produces longer, more accurate shots with a nearly 100% satisfaction rate for golfers of any ability level,” the Club Champion release stated.

A demo matrix will also be included in the 3,000-square-foot studio, displaying head and shaft options that can create more than 50,000 combinations.

“Many players think they aren’t good enough to be custom fit, but we’ve participated in multiple third-party studies that showed higher handicappers saw the biggest gains,” Nick Sherburne, founder of Club Champion, said in the release. “Some of these golfers shaved as many as 10 strokes per round.”

The Wilmington grand opening includes a 50% discount for fitting fees with an equipment purchase of $500 or more. 

The Wilmington studio is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 

"Wilmington is the latest stop on our quest to give California golfers the best possible custom golf clubs in the industry,” Sherburne said. “Our goal remains finding the best combination of components to help customers lower their scores and better enjoy the game.”
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