I don't think we go anywhere with the debate. It's ONE (very unique) guy doing something that I would wager the rest of the PGA Tour have absolutely ZERO interest in doing/maintaining. Who else is going to work as hard as Bryson has in the gym? Who else is going to force feed themselves 6-8 times a day to hit the high caloric intake needed to maintain the amount of mass he's put on? Who else has the IQ to even do what he's doing?
I'm just not buying into this whole "BrYsOn iS cHaNgInG" how golf will be played thing. I'm in the camp of thinking that Bryson will go down in golf history as being a very unique and determined individual who played the game how he wanted.
I also think the debate of modified equipment is dumb. What are they going to do, make a golf ball for all the 280-300 guys to still let them hit that distance and then make a different golf ball for increments of 10/20 yards for the rest so that they are tuned back down to 280-300? Then make "SuPeR" special balls for guys like Rory, Champ, Wolff, etc? Then on top of that are they going to make a "SuPeR dUpEr" special ball for the Kraken Slaying God of a Man himself AKA BRYSON "THE HOUSE" DeCHAMBEAU??? Give me a break...
Your issue is the larger gap between the PW and the GW. One way is to practice different yardage with your PW like golfers used to do before the specialty wedges came out in the late 70 early 80's.
Another seemingly easier solution is to hunt for a wedge that you could fill in the 110 yd. distance. Pretty certain with your distance you could forsake one of the long iron or mid irons to add one more wedge for the 110 yd.
Keep in mind, even the iron Byron could not dial in exactly the same yardage each time, the human body definitely could not fulfill the supposed perfect yardage each time we swing the golf club. But we have a brain which is not matched by the A.I. at this present time.
Throughout the ages, all great golfers started with just one golf club and learned to play different yardage with that one golf club........ which may seem to be too much work for the modern day golfers, so......
Go on a hunt for a 110 yd. wedge for your bag and stop messing around with your current set up, which by the way is very nice.
Figured I would start this thread, given there's some relevant news today. No spectators are going to be allowed at the tournament:
PGA TOUR, the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide announce next week's event to be held without spectators
The PGA TOUR and the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide announced today that despite a robust health and safety plan and State of Ohio approval for limited patron attendance, the world-renowned event...
The article says the decision was made by the Tour and the tournament itself.
I voted yes. For me, the ball marker isn't going to help a player who doesn't have the correct line in the first place. And aligning it with this or just a line is the same. Most importantly, as long as Pace Of Play isn't affected, I don't care either way. If it winds up taking a player too much time, then by all means ban it. I occasionally draw lines on my ball, but never bother about using that or the arrows on the ball to line it up. I just look for my line, pick a spot a few inches from my ball and align myself with that