Just no. It hasn't happened that often to me. When it has, I look at the ball, and come to the conclusion that it just means I have to focus, and make sure I get the ball first, without much room for error. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't. But that's normal for me anyway! The most recent that I hit went well, and and a guy I was playing with even remarked on how good the shot was. It's just another challenge. Like the one tree that always gets in the way!
Me neither (with other Pure models), until now. I think with a little more careful technique it's not a problem. I was accustomed to the grips just blowing on/off quickly without having to pay too much attention, except for getting the alignment correct and stretching to the length you want. I made a short clip of removing the grip from my 4-iron, and you can see after a couple bursts there is a point where the top wants to start ballooning (4 seconds in), and if I wasn't careful with the bursts, it might have blown up (pardon the messy garage).