I can’t decide what would be best of my choices, one is to extend the butt to the original Ping Orange dot length of shaft by using another cut down steel shaft approximately 4-5 inches long, or use another brand steel shaft that’s butt trimmed to orange dot length. I ask because the ping shafts were Butt trimmed for a short woman and there ping zz steel shafts, I’m thinking about playability while I know they won’t be perfect will using the ping be better than other brands? Appreciate your help....
It is a good article. My last big project at work before I retired was converting our spec system to a new platform. This entailed converting thousands of specifications from the old system to a new system. The task seemed daunting. But I was not deterred. I just started doing them and got quite proficient at it to the point where I was finished for my division before other divisions were just getting started. I then taught other divisions how to do it faster. It was enjoyable teaching them.
I also feel working on improving our golf swings is similar. Changing the picture can take time and effort and many reps. But after weeks and months, you see the changes.
Just came across this topic, since it has been on my mind.... and looking for advice on how to get the best out of my range sessions. I know I coming in a bit late on this thread, but thought it was an important one. My range is really close and I have a membership with unlimited balls. I would always start with 2 large buckets (about 200 balls) and alternate 3 balls each on driver, long iron, mid iron and wedge.... with working on one or two aspects of the swing. Started now to add in the drills, since I’m back on TST. Then, I move over to practice green, where I would mix up chip/pitch and putt out. Along with lag putting practice, and putting from different distances. Right now, I have focusing on putting flow and torso turn.