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  1. Interesting, I never really considered the lead tape route. Especially since with counterbalanced shaft I kinda lose feel of where the clubface is, so I'm excited to try this.
  2. Angle of attack could deifnitely be an issue. I can't remember what it was for my most recent sim sessions but I do remember my pro mentioning this last fall when I began working with him and before I made some drastic swing changes. I'm thinking going heavier/stiffer could help my delivery because I feel like the club is a little out of control sometimes.
  3. Long-time lurker, first time poster here. Recently I have been considering testing out a new shaft for my driver, but would like to know if it's worth it or if it's a swing issue. I have a 102-105 SS, but hit the ball comically high - like sand wedge high. I'm still able to squeeze out 240-260 off the tee, sometimes more if I put a good swing on it and can control the height and spin. The problem is I get virtually no roll out, sometimes I find my ballmark in front of my drive. On sims I'm getting about 3,500-4,500 spin rate. It's ridiculous because I can hit my 3-wood just as far
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