DIY MOI self fitting
Ordering some new (used) clubs and going with an inch longer vs the 1.5" I've been playing for years. Hopefully find a set factory made so head weight a bit lighter.
I was hoping people could chime in that have done moment of inertia matching and advise if they feel like it really helped.
I found this calculator http://golf.okrasa.eu/clubs/moi-en/moi-measure/ and am curious what people think on it. Not sure I understand the measurement of pendulum... Seems like you just let it swing back and forth from a big start and count, then did the math.
There's also references here to skipping all the science and just using shoe spray to hit 5 shots, note dispersion and ball flight, add some lead tape, then repeat. Keep repeating until tightest dispersion on the club face, then that club is done. Repeat for each club...all of this is moot of course if head is overweight already...
I kind of feel like it would be best to start with best feeling club, do shoe spray test until dialed, then use MOI calculator to see what it is. Then use calculator to determine MOI for each club. From that it would be easier to get a head start on what it should be. Adjust, test by hitting, then tweak to finalize.
The more I read the more it seems like it really does improve consistency of impact, which just means more consistent distances and control.