Seeking opinions: To improve my Driving Distance, should I work on hitting Up&Out on the Driver or work on developing a reliable Draw? I have been contemplating working on developing a reliable 10 yard draw as my stock tee shot. At this time I usually just play a straight ball and if it pulls( most common)/pushes/draws of fades, I'm usually still ok as I am a pretty straight hitter.
Been doing some reading (e.g - Andrew Rice site "Getting the most out of your driver", etc) about benefits of hitting up & out (5 degrees up /5 degrees out is optimum)on the Driver and I also saw that iacas(Erik B.) has posted that he is now teaching students to hit up on their drivers (Fade shape) to help them improve their driving distance. Not sure why(scientifically speaking), but I'm certain a draw for me at this time goes farther the a fade. (I'm in TX so roll is a factor). FYI: Last time I was on a lunch monitor, by club head speed was ~95mph, BallSpeed 134, angle of attack -1.8. Launch 12.5, Spin 3447 club path: -5.5 (Outside in). Input would be appreciated.