HELP!! (Driver LM numbers)

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dicksydicksy Members  185WRX Points: 0Posts: 185
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Currently really struggling off the t with my driver and i need help. i usually put about 2200-2400 revs on the ball with a 12-14 degree launch angle. however, i'd like to get the launch angle to 15-16 degrees. Thinking of going to a 12 degree driver with a low spin shaft.



what you think or recommend?



all thoughts welcome.
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  • schamp401schamp401 Members  88WRX Points: 0Posts: 88
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    Head Speed



    Approximate Launch Conditions



    120 mph 12 degrees and 2,200 rpm

    100 mph 13 degrees and 2,400 rpm

    80 mph 14 degrees and 2,600-3000 rpm

    * assumes standard turf conditions



    Frank Thomas posted these launch angles as the optimum based on swing speed. You might visit his sight at franklygolf.com . His advice is usually pretty good.
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  • mgranatomgranato Members  1078WRX Points: 4Posts: 1,078 Platinum Tees
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    What do you know about your current driver - swing speed, angle of attack, and actual clubface loft?



    The backspin is largely dependent on the clubs loft and can only be influenced a relatively small amount with shaft changes. For exmple, a swing speed of 100 mph with a level angle of attack and a 12* club loft would produce 3120 rpm's of backspin. A range of backspin from 2700 - 4000 rpm's would produce the same carry distance for that same swing. The range narrows a bit as the swing speed gets higher, but it's not nearly as critical as most think.
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  • TAZBOMTAZBOM Members  241WRX Points: 72Posts: 241 Bunkers
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    Can you post the link where you got these?
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