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Jeremie Boop

Too much offset?

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I play burner plus irons. My question is I have a pretty consistent draw which at times is a bit too much. Could this be somewhat attributable to the offset these irons have? Would I be better off with some irons which have less offset to help to tame the draw.

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Where does the ball start? Offset helps slicers because they aim farther left.
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Almost all my shots start right and come left.

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Almost all my shots start right and come left.

Then it's not the offset.

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Good to know. I was hoping I wouldn't have to look into buying a different set of clubs since I just got these not long ago.

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I think by saying you have a push draw Eric is indicating that the face is open so if you play a club with less offset you'll push it even more but with the same amount of draw.
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Originally Posted by Kujan

I think by saying you have a push draw Eric is indicating that the face is open so if you play a club with less offset you'll push it even more but with the same amount of draw.

Possibly, yes. Maybe even likely.

I just think offset TENDS to make people aim left. It helps slicers because they need to start the ball left for their slice to be (most) playable.

Ideally though you'd just reduce the amount of draw if you're over-curving the ball. Or start them farther right, depending on just how much curve there really is.

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