I personally liked hitting a 3 hybrid more than a 5 wood, I am more consistent with a hybrid than a wood because my attack angle and shaft length. My bag goes from 3 wood to 3 hybrid, 3 wood goes 245 and 3 hybrid 225. Having a 5 wood for me won't do much, for my game. My 3 wood is mostly used for positioning and off the tee... can't hit it consistently enough to game it on the fairway...and I have no right to going after green on long par 5's anyways, so positioning myself nicely for the 3rd shot with a 52/56/60 (best clubs in my bag/most consistent) gives me a nice birdie shot, if not a lag putt for a par.
Maybe if the person is blind in that eye. S&T wants the weight forward on the backswing and is a method of swinging. 5SK encompasses all good swings. There is no "5SK swing", it's about educating golfers on what the great players have always done and how they can improve their games.
Not for me, I use to have a driver in which I can tinker whether I want it to be open, neutral or close, and whether I wanted to change the loft or not... Half the time I hit, I wanted to change the setting on it for how I am hitting that day at the range....Caused toooo many problems..
I tinker too much as is ...and to have a club in which I can tinker more just causes too many distractions. I'm a simple man, need simple gear :)
After considering it overnight, I'd have to say that I would choose unlimited golf at this point in time. If I had unlimited golf I would have the potential of improving my game enough to play for the school I am transferring to this sorting, since it is division 1 vs division 2. With a singular round at Augusta I would have a lot of fun once, but lose any chance I ever had of playing college golf.
For me it's a choice of the round of a lifetime, or pursuing a goal of mine that can only be achieved once in a lifetime. Regardless of whether or not I make it, I want to try. My progress thus far has been promising enough (no plateaus yet, continual improvement despite reduced practice this last year) that I don't want to toss in the towel on that goal yet.