Question regarding fitting data
I hope this is posted in the right place. I hand grenaded my R11s on the range last week so I am in the market for a new driver. I went to a local independent golf shop to demo a few and hit both the M3 and M4. I swing between 102 and 105 pretty consistently. With settings optimized both clubs were launching around 13 degrees and had similar ball speeds. The big difference however was in spin. Well struck shots on the M3 spun between 2600 and 3200 with spewy shots spinning between 4k amd 4,500. The M4 with weights set forward consistently produced spin between 1700 and 2000 with poor strikes staying around 3,500. What I found really odd was the "distance" of the two clubs. The M3 carried between 235 and 245 yards with 15-20 yards of rollout. The M4 with carried a solid 10-15 yards farther with the biggest (on a particularly good swing) carrying 266 and rolling out to 290. Do these numbers add up? I was under the impression spin rates between 2500 and 3000 were more desirable for pedestrian swing speeds. The bay used flightscope which if I'm not mistaken is pretty accurate.