No offense, but this is entirely false. I agree that a guy shooting 110 isn't going see much of a difference no matter what he's playing. Somebody shooting 80-85 (who obviously isn't hitting all of their shots consistently) like the OP will see an improvement when fitted for lie angle, shaft flex in irons and wedges (which would also benefit from correctly spaced lofts and appropriate bounce angles), and shaft bend profile, flex, loft in the driver. At the very least, their drives will be longer and more accurate on average. Being closer to the green and in the fairway more often on average will, obviously, make it easier to score. Are you only saying this cause you work at a country club? Nahh, jk. I'm gonna get them custom fitted though. I just think that I would want the best I can have while I'm upgrading, right? Anyway, this should be cool, right now I'm signed up for the city tournament. If I win (extremely unlikely lol) I get a free club membership for 1 year. That'd be pretty awesome b/c the owner of my company has wanted to play it for a while but doesn't want to pay the green fees for one round. I'm thinkin maybe a nice weekly Friday afternoon on the links with the boss probably wouldn't hurt me too much.