In another thread there was mention of Roger Maltby's website. So I use what Roger Maltby says are "super game improvement clubs". I'm thinking why "not" use these clubs? Why would anyone use anything other then the easiest clubs to hit straight, get in the air, not end up in the woods, or in my case the desert, etc.
I'm a decent player, 5.5 handicapp and I'm using Ping G10's. The only disadvantage I can find, maybe, is the ability to work the ball more then say 15 yards left or right when needed to get to a hidden pin position. I guess I could be loosing yardage with these clubs? I have no idea. My 7 iron is used from 155, so I'm not real short by any means for my age, 55. I play with people that can hit an 8 iron 185 yards, but consistancy kills him (shoots over 100) .....so why not use a club that is easier to hit straight and accurately like "super", or "ultra" game improvement clubs?
Please someone tell me why I should be hitting a harder club to hit (if this is true), but gain distance (?) maybe and be able to work the ball more and attempt to lower my handicapp. I'm not sure working the ball will lower my handicapp?