We had one guy in our group get fit into SR shafts and tried to convince us it stood for stiff-regular. He might be right, but we still razz him for it every time lol
Adam C wrote:
Unless you are planning on dedicating 40 hr/week to your swing, chances are your fade tendencies are not going to change. They may lessen, but will still be there. Buy clubs for the golfer you are now, not the golfer you might be somewhere in the future.
I don't think his fundamental question - whether the club will eventually overcorrect things - is of no merit.
However, the answer is absolutely it won't make a **** difference after you fixed your fundamental flaw(s) leading to fade/slices (if there was any).
This almost always hold true...the more sound the swing, the more you are able to handle anything (any flex, weight, color, price range, etc, etc) as long as specs are close to standard.
Play what works best for you and gives you the most enjoyment. We pay a lot for our equipment and rounds of golf arent cheap either. If results are what your after and the draw driver gives you the best results play it. If you find more enjoyment tinkering with clubs and changing them all the time....do it . No real right or wrong answer. Unless we are making our living swinging the club the scores really dont matter ....... unless they matter to you. .
Good luck and hit em straight.
Your swing, more often than not, reverts to its natural DNA. So don't kid yourself that you are suddenly, through some miracle, going to change your shot shape. Accept the benefits of a draw driver and enjoy the game. There are probably a decent percentage of golfers out there playing Ping LST drivers who would be a lot happier with an SFT but have let their ego get it the way of hitting better tee shots.