I went into Dicks (coincidence?) to purchase a set of MP 53's Mizuno and was subsequently talked out of them. Apparently I swing too slow and thus can not carry the ball flight as far as the pro would like. This will change I'm sure in time, with more dedication and warm weather.
The software he used suggested a different club and shaft then what I went in to purchase. That software doesn't take into account all kinds of variables the least of which is not being warmed up, in the groove and so on. I clinch on stage...yada yada...
Is there such a thing as starter clubs? Aren't starter clubs just cheating your ability to find the correct swing path? I can't always find that sweet swing, but I know what it looks like and feels like and am in a continuous search to maintain that.
Am I better off starting with the best tool possible and then learning how to use it properly, or use starter tools until I become a master of the craft and can then take full advantage of the best tool?
I usually play alone, do not keep score often but am working towards club tournaments.
I want those F*ing clubs but nobody will sell them to me.