Not saying the "average person" is buying the GEARS set up, the average person buys access to the technology that otherwise would be unavailable to them.
Here's an experiment. Go check the lie angle question that started this thread using GEARS, and then cross check those results with the sharpie check. See how the results compare.
Interesting discussion. I’m not a good player by any stretch, but I do tend to pull my shorter clubs more often than my longer ones. I can’t remember the last time I pulled a well struck 4i, now that I think about it.
A GEARS-that costs as much as a well outfitted SUV-is hardly something the average people can buy.
Dude-I am with EriK - your responses have been highly disappointing. Manufacturers have missed things before. They are not always chasing what is best but what they can sell.
This makes sense to me and I see what your friend is saying @iacas. I think the GCQuad will show dynamic lie angle-right?
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