I was able to get out on the range last night. It was just a bit warm haha.
I was mainly working my swing "flow" and really getting a nice weight transfer to hit DOWN on the ball. I'm hoping this will help my chunks I've been having lately.
I noticed when trying to incorporate more flow, my iron flights had much more of a draw flight which did feel good, however it would usually go well left of the target. Also, I was noticing when I would finish my swing.
I could tell my balance was off when doing this. On the follow through it felt like I was actively trying not to fall forward. I'm thinking this is due to my upper body also shifting towards target at beginning on downswing. Should I be feeling this?
It may be true with some off-brand infomercial type clubs as I have never checked any of them but with all the technology out there measuring ball data and with adjustable drivers it would be hard to sneak past the consumer and what would be the point.
I am impressed that you can hit a wedge 100 yards left handed. I would be lucky if I could just punch it out of trouble left handed. I am very seriously right handed and doing anything lefty is a mission for me.
If you can hit decent shots left handed, perhaps you should consider getting a hybrid, mid iron and your existing wedge into the bag. You will then be able to hit decent shots from anywhere left handed.