Yes, this is all very helpful. I won’t bore you with more video yet. I want to get to a point where I feel like I am getting it better and then check back in. I’ve been combining day 1 Covid with slow backswings to the top and then an 80% swing and checking my progress on video today. I’m going to stick with that for a few days and then check back.
This is the way to go. Choose 2 or 3 grips you want to try, put each one on a club, and try them out. Pick the one you like the best, and regrip all your clubs with it. Yeah, you're wasting the grips you don't choose, but its a lot better than gripping your entire set only to find out you don't really like it.
I play the MCC +4 Align. Once I tried the Align, I couldn't imagine playing without that feature, as my grip had previously always been an issue. The +4 is also a great compromise between standard and midsize grips. I do wish they had Tour Velvet +4 Align, I'd probably play that instead. But the rubber on the lower hand of the MCC +4 is softer than the rubber on the non +4 MCC, so that helps the comfort level.
Your question was pretty clear to me. You were only interested in the Golf Pride MCC Plus 4 and the Golf Pride Tour Velvet Plus 4. Like I mentioned, I wouldn’t pay extra for the MCC. Love the Plus 4 feel, was soooo happy to see it come out in Tour Velvet at a lower price.
Well, I finished the "Composite" today. Unlikely to make any eagles but one never knows.
I had #10 and #13 left. Today we played Pierce Lake and I would not have guessed I would birdie #10. For longer hitting players, the 543 yard par 5 is likely a birdie hole. For me I just try to get inside of the 150 marker and then carry the wetlands with my third shot. Today I rolled in the 15 footer. #13 is just a 351 par 4 which I made three good shots. I was not sure whether I needed #13 or #14 but it turns out I made birdie on the correct hole.
How do you like them apples @sjduffers? To be fair, if we even had a competition to finish the composite, I play a lot more than you. Go get #14, maybe with an eagle!