Persimmon Club Question About Face Screws
I am in the younger generation of golfers who have never played persimmons. There seems to be a lot of good content coming out lately comparing wood clubs to current technology or just messing around with older clubs. I'd like to get a few old clubs just to mess around and see what they feel like, mainly out of curiosity. My issue is that I do not know anything about them, mainly in regards to the screws in the face. I understand the purpose of them, but why do some have screws in the face and some don't? When they do have screws, there seems to be a lot of variety in how many screws, placement, etc. Does screw placement (in a square pattern, diamond, 4 screws without one in the center, 5 screws with one in the center, 6 screws in lines of 3, etc) or solid wood clubs with no screws (I have seen Lynx and Ping like this) change the ball flight? Are screws in the face a type of technology that started coming out after a certain year? What should I be looking for, or does it even matter? Anything helps! Thanks!