Seriously, that one push was what 10 yards behind my ball. That is a good 15-20 yards past your normal drives. I wasn't particularly driving the ball well that day, but I hit that one driver decent enough. Even still, if you miss hit the club the ball still goes, it really is just stupid long how far the SLDR can hit a drive on a miss hit, especially lower on the clubface. Which is awesome for hitting up, because if you hit too up and catch it slightly lower, it still goes a LONG way.
Well that is just having common sense really. The thing about using a launch monitor is, you need to swing your clubs as well. Don't just take your real world data, swing your club on it to get a reference. Also a lot of simulators have the ground surface set as normal or hard, both of which are still harder than majority of any fairways you will ever see. Also, you got to be careful not to read off the full yardage on irons, but the carry. You rarely care about the roll out because hitting the green kinda negates that.