I've had a set of AdamsGolf Idea a7 clubs for about 4 years now. For 3.5 of them, my swing was absolutely atrocious and I'm just finally figuring it out and hitting the ball well with a much more "textbook" swing.
Since I had a plethora of other concerns with my mechanics before, I never really paid attention to my clubs (and I was sort of stupid in buying them, a salesman just suggested them to me and I bought them without much question). I just noticed today that they have a "progressive" off-set to them. I'm now nervous that playing with off-set clubs will mask any flaws in my swing and I won't be able to really improve long term.
I dislike masking problems with my play and I'd rather address the source of any errors than try some sort of tweak to get around the core problem. Do you guys feel that a progressive offset will end up hurting me in the long run in terms of getting me into more bad habits than good ones? Will I have a hard time transitioning into a set without off-set down the road? If the clubs may be detrimental to my play in the long term, I might look into selling them and getting a standard set in the near future.
Thanks for any advice!