I'm a single digit player who took off for 8 years and have came back last fall, I was a 0 when I left the game. I was never a long hitter but did hit with adequate distance. My game was always based around making very few mistakes and having a very solid short game..even though I was not a "great" putter. I studied under Hank Haney and a couple other pros of his and would say my preferred and even natural ball flight is a right to left shot. My "Big Miss" is a block, my nick name for years was "high right". After several years working on my swing I decided to "trust it" and only used a Momentus as a training aid/warm up device. This helped me with getting the feel back in my swing.
Since coming back to the game last fall I have taken a few lessons under one of Haney's head pros and do believe 100% in their methodology. With that said I still fight the block and occasional big miss right. Give me some thoughts on how you think the Orange Whip would be helpful in getting my club on the correct path on the downswing and helping me get rotation through the hitting area.
I'm 50 years old and swing the driver between 101 and 105 mph, also my 5'8" wife is wanting to learn to play the game. I will have her swinging the Momentus as I do think it helps but would be curious how you think the Whip would help both of us.