Low Trajectory - is it a problem?
Hey..... Wierd situation here....
I moved to Wilson C200 irons with a stiff flex from Ping ISI with a regular flex...... Even with 20 ish newer year technology, it's the same distance, and way lower ball flight.....That, or the C200's Centre of Gravity is at the top of the club head - but more than likely it's the shaft.. I am realizing that I probably don't swing fast enough for a stiff... My theory is that I don't generate enough whip/torque for the shaft to move. Maybe I'm right? Maybe Im wrong. Who knows.
In any event, I'm trying to sell my irons, and having no luck, thinking I'll likely be stuck with them for the forseeable future. If that's the case, is there a downside to a low trajectory flight? The balls though, do stop remarkably well suprisingly with these clubs. Obviously, the wind hurts/helps you - and getting over trees can be an issue....
Any other downside? Just trying to justify keeping the clubs, or drastically lowering the price of the irons to move to a R flex. There's no other money in the budget for new wrenches.
Driver - Callaway Razr Fit Xtreme
5 Wood - Taylor Made AeroBurner
3 Hybrid - Wilson HB5
4-PW - Hogan BH5
GW, SW - Titleist Vokey
Putter - Yes! Eleanor
Ball - Wilson fifty