No feeding @Golfingdad's ego!!!
Au contraire!!! Feed me Seymour!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have been golfing for 1.5 years. I have worked on my driver swing endlessly in that time. Thousands of swings and hundreds of dollars on the range.
I was fitted for a razr fit shortly after I started playing which was really a useless thing to do because I did not know how to swing a golf club.I changed around my settings on the razr and it never made much of a difference. Now in the last couple of months my driver swing has come together, I have taught myself to hit it long and relatively straight. It has become the most reliable club in my bag. I still have some work to do, I think I can still get a few more MPH of head speed but it's a work in progress. Now to the point.
After my driver swing became good and repeatable, when it really started clicking I started launching higher. The ball started to consistently fly too high and I thought that I was losing some distance so I reduced the loft on my razr fit one degree and it really made a difference in the ball flight.. I went from 11.5 to 10.5 and with that opened the face a degree. opening the face had the effect of giving me a slight push if I get a little sloppy with my swing, but really not too much effect there because at address I square the face anyway. The loft change on the other hand, lowered the ball flight quite a bit and had the desired effect, happy I had that option.
Point is the loft change wouldn't have made any difference when the swing wasn't sound. my two cents.