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How is your heel/toe adjustable driver setup and what is your preferred shot shape?


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Looking to see how you all prefer your setups. If you have a driver with adjustable heel/toe weight then how is it setup?  Neutral, fade, draw? And what's your stock shot shape?

 

Did you setup the fade/draw setup to protect against a miss or to guarantee a certain shot shape?

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Neutral I play a 5-8 yard draw.  Set up neutral so I can hit it either way depending on the shot shape I need for the hole. 

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My Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 has two moveable, perimeter weights, a 1 gram and 7 gram,  which can switched between the heel and toe of the sole for a neutral or draw bias.  I play with it set up for a draw, 7g in the heel and 1g in the toe, producing a consistent draw.

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With weight in the toe/fade position my ballflight is neutral. More and more I'm realizing that toe-weighting is my ideal. Generally my shot shape is a draw, miss #1 is a hook and miss #2 is a block, but with my setup I can move it both ways on demand when I'm swinging well. When I'm swinging poorly my #1 fault is swaying and #2 is going too hard from the top. I don't think there's any possible club setup that could help me with that!

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19 minutes ago, bnperrone said:

With weight in the toe/fade position my ballflight is neutral. More and more I'm realizing that toe-weighting is my ideal. Generally my shot shape is a draw, miss #1 is a hook and miss #2 is a block, but with my setup I can move it both ways on demand when I'm swinging well. When I'm swinging poorly my #1 fault is swaying and #2 is going too hard from the top. I don't think there's any possible club setup that could help me with that!

You and me both. But I play a fade so my big miss is hard right if I get quick or hard in transition. 

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