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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. My driver ball flight just hits a wall at it's apex and comes straight down. I'm comfortable working the ball both ways depending on my swing on a given day. I also rarely miss fairways, which is part of why I'm hesitant to make change. My current setup is an off the rack Ping G400 10.5 with a 55 Alta CB R-flex shaft. I've only recently become obsessed with the game hence the "beginner" setup in my driver. Any reccomendations on where to start experimenting with lower launching, lower spinning shafts? Should I immediately jump to the other end of the spectrum (70 g x-flex) to feel the difference, or start more gradual? Thanks.
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