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• during edit it became a double post, so ive deleted all from this one, but have to add one chart i cant add in to the first post.
• Make sure you can see where you make impact on the face. The numbers above is form a impact LOW on the face, where launch is low and spin is high. In your case there is room for improvement if you can dial in a better impact position, so make sure impact is on the upper 1/3 of the face. If your preference for ball flight is a draw, the upper 1/3 and 3/8 to 4/8" against the toe side is what makes the longest carry. The same club, shaft player and swing, might see spin levels from 4000 to below 2000 ALL depending on where we make impact (height) Launch angle might vary by up to 4* from low on the face to the upper 1/3, so just by dialing in a better impact, you can both gain a few miles ball speed, get launch angle 2 or maybe 3 higher, and cut spin levels below 2400. AS average we see a difference of 240 rpms of spin for each 1/8" we go up or down on the face, so to get below 3000, we need to move impact 3/8" higher than its now, but i suspect it to be way down, so your potential for improvement is very good. For ball speed, 154 is within reach, and if we say launch goes up by 2* and we  raise impact by 6/8 we should see 1400-1500 as drop in spin, and if we enter those numbers on Flightscope optimizer (who give shorter return numbers than Trackman), it will look like this. All numbers from Flighstscope so we get the DIFFERENCE right. 151.5 Ball speed - 10.7 Launch - 3667 spin = 234 carry - 251 Total 154 Ball speed - 12.7 Launch - 2250 spin = 251 carry - 278 total About 16 yards more carry...total is depending on fairways, and lower spin is always more roll. Its still more than "1 club shorter inn" to get from the same club and swing. Both Trackman and Flightscope has CHANGED their algorithms lately, Trackman return numbers has become longer than they was, Flightscope has gone the other way and return shorter numbers, but dont ask me why, its just a observation where i notice that Flightscope has shrink-ed their numbers average about 5%, i dont have a number for Trackman, but i seems like 3-4% longer, so they are now close to the generous distances we might see from CG2,   I made this chart using Flighscope optimizer a few years ago, and they are more inline whit what Trackman returns now. They was made to illustrate what we could gain simply by dialing in a better impact, so start numbers for spin and launch comes from Trackmans Optimum charts, but ive used 1.5 as smash instead of 1.48 as they use on their charts as the max for 100 mph club speed.
• It should apply to anything you order from them, but you don’t need that thing and I recommend just kneeling on a towel or something.
• I’ve lifted weights for years, long before I ever played golf. I can only assume it helped because I always get complimented on my power. I hit it further than anyone I play with (just not straight lol) I weight train for strength and size primarily
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