OK, so the "old school' thought is that blades make it easier to work the ball. Nothing new there. Here's my question/thoughts. If we now know (via Trackman) that the difference between the path of the clubhead and the angle of the face is what creates the ballflight.... is it logical to say that the "old school" thought is untrue?
In other words.... if I have for example.. a Mizuno MP33 7 iron in my hands...and my path is coming from 3 degrees inside the target line (or 3 degrees right of target) and the face angle is 2 degrees out... that should create a slight draw. Correct?
Same path, face angle, etc... but a Mizuno game improvement iron this time (JPX 800) which is supposedly harder to "work"... does this produce the same draw?
I guess the bottom line is I really want to know am I hampering my ability to draw/fade on command with a GI iron? Or is that hogwash? I know it's a little harder to flight the ball down due to the CG being lower... but I am referring to left/right movement.
Hope this makes sense & I explained it correctly