Originally Posted by saturday
Back to the OP, play what instills confidence in your game. The game is hard enough as it is, why make it harder is my take on it. I went from playing players irons to a GI iron not because I couldn't game them but because I wanted that extra forgiveness with the clubs I make it more enjoyable. At the end of the day I pay to play, not the other way around.
I hear ya. I still have my set of Scratch irons that are ridiculously forgiving but I just wanted to use blades for a while to see if it will actually help me dial in my swing a little more plus I fell that my swing is at the point of where I can game blades. I'm not saying that every shot is going to be pure and perfect but I know that I'll have more good shots than bad. I really enjoy hitting them and the mishits aren't as bad as I thought they'd be.
This is just me and I'm not trying to be self righteous here but I figured why should I be rewarded with a great shot when I know that I didn't put a good swing on it? Shouldn't I be punished with a poor shot? I know that it sounds pretentious and self righteous but this could all just be a phase and I'll end up going back to my Scratch irons. I doubt it but who knows. I'm hitting the MP 68's just as good as the Scratch's but who knows what will happen once the novelty wears off.