This thing almost hits my numbers spot on. Does anybody else have this experience?
I wondered about this. It said my driver distance was 283 and my PW was 112 which is just a touch short. I never really hit my wedges very far. 120 is a pretty long PW for me. I still play the 48 degree variety, if it's changed.. Regardless, I've never been able to hit my wedges 135-145 like a lot of pros. I just can't seem to get myself to swing hard with a wedge and I've never felt like it was justifiable to try.... I was a little surprised to see that a 280 drive is what someone who hits a wedge 115 or so would be expected to hit.
Part of that seems common enough (hitting the driver shorter and the long irons longer), but it makes me question the accuracy of the information people are providing regarding their true stock 5-iron distance, their body type, skill level, and approach to the game.
What I get from this thread is that, compared to me at least, people tend to use stronger lofts in their irons (or really go after those wedges) and could probably use a driver fitting.
I see it about the same as you. About 20 yards long on the driver and 15 on the 3W. Most of the irons were in the ball park.
Why do you say "could probably use a driver fitting"? The driver was a bit long, long irons were spot on, and short irons were short for me. I guess it depends on a person's definition of "average." I'm 6'0, 190lbs, is that average height/weight? I play to a 15; is that sometimes erratic or average? I'm hoping you have good news for me in that a driver fitting will add 25-35 yards to my drives.