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Ok I was assuming the pre-set drill in this video was being recommended as the position to be in at address.If it isn't,where is the majority of my weight at address through the swing to finish?
Set up is utmost important for me. Not only that , I need to put my hands right below my sternum in order to find the bottom arc. If I forward my hand ,I have to change to a steeper swing. ( I have a pre-cocked wrist at set up ) Right now , I need to deloft my short irons cos the ball is back of stance. How I wish I could have a shaft lean that is more vertical so that I can set up neutral and have a more confident and productive swing. Be it good or bad as long as your swing is consistent, then I believe we can make the equipment fitted for us. Play the club and don't let the club play you.
TGW has the Bushnell Tour Z6 Jolt Rangefinder for $299 new - lowest price found in a quick search in their Black Friday specials.
You can try eBay - saw new at $249: http://pricedroppp.com/bushnell-tour-z6/k/322d56b94e47a28ea022b86fa811b583?gclid=Cj0KEQiA-NqyBRC905irsrLr-LUBEiQAWJFYTtJvUAHrFpr2me2cODyp5fQc-i4tlFQrbHkkBsWWoqkaAmRl8P8HAQ
If you have room for an extra specialty club, do it.
I like to fill up the first part of my bag with as much distance as possible to get near the hole. I don't count the PW as a wedge because I typically use it like an iron at 45 degrees. The 50, 55, and 60 are the more specific specialty clubs, with most work going to the 55 and 60.