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 Ok, so a temporary fix would be not to tee it up on the tee box, then I can predict better the results. I do take good divots with 7-wedges, but I get your point. Thanks for the comments.
 I don't feel this is the case, I make good contact from the fairway and distances are pretty equal between tee shots and fairway shots.
 Yeah, this could be part of it, but I see the same result at times with a 3W and 4i, which don't take much divot to begin with.
 Thanks (to @Tat14 too), I think that might have some to do with it, both alignment and probably a little more nerves which lead to an overswing.  I have been experimenting with taking one more club than I think so I can 3/4 punch for more accuracy, still not 100% comfortable with that option yet.
I've been mentally reviewing my rounds of late and have two general observations that I would like to ask about.   Observation 1:  I caught the last 2 minutes of the Golf Fix a month or so ago and he was talking about Jordan Speith's thought of pushing down on the right heel during the backswing (I did not get the full context of the tip) but I decided to try it and it has vastly improved my contact, aside from slow back, it's my only swing thought now.   Observation...
 Amen to that statement.
Glad you decided to play more and enjoy the fruits of your labor.   Brad
 I understand what you are saying.  My goal is to be able to play any course and be able to not look like a hack.  What this means for me is solid off the tee, and solid iron shots. If your approach from 180 is 30 left or right, this is good enough dispersion, if you are aiming at the middle of the green, most greens being 20 yards wide (guess?) give you an error of only 20 yards off the green, that is more than good enough. I'm not trying to bust your ba$$s, just trying...
 So you have a club that you can execute on the range 33% of the time well, which means it will be even lower on the course.  I wonder why you want to carry a 3i instead of a 3h which should be much easier to hit consistently...  Should be enough for what?  I for one would like to see you just enjoying the game, rather than focusing on increasing distance (you have plenty) and HC index (yours is fine).
Pros: Durable, good feel, responsive Cons: None I, too, was sent a box of Bridgestone e6 golf balls for the purpose of writing a review.   I normally play TaylorMade balls, Pentas and more recently the Lethal line. For me, I wanted something good but I didn't want to go the ProV1 route. I always buy my supply from the used ball market to make the balls a good deal.   The Bridgestone line feels good when unboxed, and the logo and e6 graphics make the ball easy...
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