Originally Posted by GaijinGolfer
Or it could be just a bad ballstriking day. Some days you just arent going to have it, no matter how good you are.
Absolutely.....and as I said, those band aid fixes can get you through those days. If they recur often though, there's likely a deeply rooted issue that needs to be identified and fixed.
Originally Posted by rkim291968
In my case, there is more to it. My club fitting result shows that I have to use -1" club shaft length. I was unwilling to cut the clubs down b/c I was convinced that I would lose some distance. I was also too lazy to do this experiment (practice, adjust to new swing & club distance). The sudden ball striking slump after a recent back injury pushed me over the edge to try this.
I will give it a few more tries before cutting down clubs down by 1 inch. ( I've already adjusted the lie angle by 2 degrees per the club fitting result. )
Totally different situation! My only recommendation here would be to be very careful about simply "cutting down" your current shafts. While the length will be correct, the swing weight and shaft flex will change. Perhaps enough to cause problems of their own. That's where you're going to have to engage a club builder who knows what he's talking about.