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  1. For a good player it's often because your clearing out to early and this alters shaft plane way to deep to the inside to such an extent it's pure hosel. For short irons it's the opposite from what iv'e seen the angle is an extreme outside cut and catches the hosel. From the weight and length of a 3 iron it's usually difficult to cut across to such an extent where you shammy it,instead your just firing to hard your body is flaring away in a such bad direction combined with possible behind center ball placement. Try this Nick Faldo into the wind drill. he recommends a 7 iron so you don't get
  2. really don't for sure I believe hitting at a negative AoA does indeed increase spin from what iv'e seen in my ball flight,but the track man numbers probably don't lie. From experience I feel a more level approach into a cut shot induces a flat fade which appears to have much less spin than high cut slices that find their way into play.
  3. I have struggled to find optimal golf shoes for years. I will admit though that I have never plunked down 200 dollars but do have an interesting idea for shoes. Now since golf is a stationary sport one in which you don't need top speed or side to side balance like basketball shoes then doesn't it make sense to have artificially wide shoes? This would make sense in a optimal design it would allow for little sway without movement to create a brace, and good move shots would be even more optimal and just give you the feeling that your feet are in thick rough and sutured in there. The back foo
  4. Just curious mine were Target Tom Weiskoph blades.
  5. ... I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall ... If you want to play blades, go for it! That said, unless you get a lot of center hits, the Ping G will deliver more than anybody's blades. I got to work out the
  6. I guess you just don't have a large enough IQ to understand my general concept here nuff said. Hilarious my friend. But when did anyone ask for your 2 cents on how to putt? As if you are the only 1 on the planet that knows how. Mehh ha haaa :superman2:
  7. I feel golf has been a journey over the years ranging from super stud hitting it 300 as a 22 year old to a hurt 27 year old who wanted to quit. After much psychical training im almost as good as I was and now my short game is near pro level which is fun. ''Yes i'm not as good as I want to be but I will get to a point where on average at least a 7 times per round i'll be as good,or better than I ever was.''
  8. Your epoxy test in open air on a pencil differs from whats actually occurring in the 1.2 millimeter section between the shaft and the hosel section. The two section glue as in what's on the shaft mixed a 2 part and whats surrounded in the hosel bond together and should be good to go! The glue actually is designed for some elasticity and low heat breaking point for reshafting and the impact of golf shots. I use different glue for different clubs mostly 24 hours golf works,but have dabbled into the quick set stuff for drivers. For wedges I use a little shafting beads,golfsmith mixed with jb weld
  9. No, they've actually far exceeded what steel can attain. There is a reason why there are so few steel options for drivers/woods (a handful vs 100's of graphite options). The only benefit steel has is that it's easy and cheap to get higher weights. So if you struggle with tempo and rhythm and a 130 gm shaft is a good fit to help fix those problems, AND you have the strength to manage the heavier weight, and you don't really care about getting an ideal fit with the stiffness profile (weight is more important to most anyways), they by all means steel is the way to go. Graphite is a wound fi
  10. I tried a 13 deg titleist womens driver and saw huge potential! Now it was a downwind day at maybe 6 mph and the shaft was a strong womens flex so Id say it bordered on senior,anyway it's a great option as a go to club if you get the right shaft and play at a track that has more downwind holes in it's location,or isn't a windy environment like Texas or something.
  11. WTF??? HUH DERR>> Can you read pal? I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall despite their great forgiveness on misses as the blades outperform when struck well by 12.5 FT on average compared to the pings thus
  12. ... I said or indicted as a statistical fictional scenario per say we can assume the test totaled perfect shots and mis hits on both clubs okay? Which would be more consistent for a 6 iron say in a 182 yards test The blades are spot on when struck spot on we know this it's the obvious,however totaling good misses with the pings along with perfect shots on both clubs it could indicate that the pings are not as accurate overall ... If you want to play blades, go for it! That said, unless you get a lot of center hits, the Ping G will deliver more than anybody's blades. I got to work out the
  13. No aces for me no even close! Best I ever did was a 235 yard double eagle miracle shot to a small green it was a perfect shots nailed it flushes it high draw landed 15 feet and rolled in.
  14. This is so difficult to read, with the lack and misuse of punctuation, but I'll try. First, that putter isn't legal. Second, all putters, and almost all putting strokes, have a small degree of rotation, that's just the way our bodies are built, what matters is the path, speed, and alignment at contact. Third, "fighting and flowing with the axis of the hill" seems to have little or no meaning. Last, any competent putter adjusts his speed to a compromise between minimizing the random variations of an imperfect surface (greater speed), and maximizing the effective size of the hole (slower spe
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