I bought a bushnell seeker.
Yesterday I used it in order to determine my proper lenghts.
It was a bit of a surprise because it seems that I overestimated my lenghts like many amateurs probably do.
Apart from that I recognized an interesting fact.
With higher clubs the differences in my lenghts get less and less.
At the beginning there are 14 meters in the end just 5 meters difference.
See my table here.
Full swing lenghts: (five same balls used on every club)
Ball used: Wilson DX soft
Temperature: 15° Celsius humid air
Lobwedge: 70 meters 79 yards (cleveland 588) consistant ball flight
Sandwedge: 84 meters 92 yards (cleveland 588 rusty) consistant ball flight
Gapwedge: 98 meters 107 yards (cleveland 910) consistant ball flight
Pitcher: 106 meters 116 yards (callaway x-forged 2007 notchback project x 6.0) consistant ball flight
9iron: 115 meters 126 yards " consistant ball flight
8iron: 124 meters 136 yards " consistant ball flight
7iron: 133 meters 145 yards " semi consistant ball flight
6iron: 140 meters 153 yards " not very consistant ball flight
5iron: 148 meters 162 yards " some left some right
4iron: 153 meters 167 yards " some left some right
Driver: ~200 meters 219 yards
I would like to ask for some opinions on this.
My thought was to leave the 4 iron away and switch to a hybrid.
Or to combine with another iron set and use the 6, 5 and 4 irons of a more forgiving model...
or even change completely to more forgiving clubs...