First, how often do you use impact tape (or something similar like a dry erase marker) during your practice? How important is this for both high and low handicap golfers? As with most of us, I'm working on a few swing changes and decided to make an effort to use impact tape (I use masking tape), at least partially, during my practices. I don't see many posts on this, but feel it could help me a bunch during winter practice into a net.
The second question is more of a personal one... I've noticed that I generally strike the ball more toward the heel of the club (this is if I set up with the ball in the center of the clubface). Does this indicate a definite swing flaw? Is this something not to worry about and I can just adjust my setup so the ball is slightly toward the toe of the sweet spot?
One of these days, I may get the guts to post a swing on this site, but, until then, any thoughts are appreciated. It just seems to me that if you align the ball behind the sweet spot, you should be able to return the club head in that same spot.