Hitting down, hitting up. Joe Average would be happy to hit the driver at all. Hahaha.
I am not sure how it works. Let us say the driver is 10.5 degree. That would be in the swee spot, right? So let us further say that if I would hit my driver near the top, the face would not be 10.5 but a bit higher, maybe like 12 or maybe even 14. So, am I correct that if I would hit up on the driver and i would hit it with the top of the club face, I would actually adding loft to the club, hence a higher or more of a balloon flight? And lacking a bit distance?
I would say hitting up is ok if you would have huge problems getting the ball up in the air.
At this moment I switched driver and put my OnOff driver on hold. Wonderfull driver, had a nice carry around 220 yards, but virtually no roll on the ball. I switched to a MP630 with a Mitsubishi Rayon Fubuki 64 shaft. A bit lighter and lower torque. Smaller clubhead, 445 cc. Lovely club at address woth a screaming white shaft. A bit off topic. Sorry. Seem to have a bit more roll. Carry is more of the same. Gained a bit on well struck balls, to 230 yards. Would like to hit it at the bottom of the club so I am teeing it a bit lower.
The club I have the most problems with, are hybrids and 3w. I know what I am doing wrong and yet... Keep shouting to myself: relax! Mental crap...