Can an extremely low lofted driver for a high handicap hide or exacerbate a poor swing even though the results are great?
I am a high handicapper with an ever "evolving" swing. This past week, I spent some time with an experienced club fitter that fit me to a Ping G20 8.5 degree driver with the tour stiff stock shaft. I have never been fit for any clubs, but reading on the internet I just assumed that I would need a higher lofted driver.
My stats for this driver were: swing speed: ~103 mph. Launch angle: ~13 degrees and spin: ~2800. Distance: 240-260. We tried almost every brand head and shaft combination that I have ever heard of so I felt that he did a very thorough job of fitting me to the equipment for my swing that day. Should
During my lunch break today, I went to a local store that had the driver in stock and proceeded to hit the driver about 20 times. The results were the same as before.
Am I over thinking this?