Range session today. Started with driver. Worked on flattening the shaft from A4 to 5 and closing the face. The picture is changing with the driver and 3w but I am still leaving the face a bit open and getting push fades.
With the irons, I am still a bit steep at A5. Made good contact with mostly draws to slight pull draws. I made some adjustments and the flight straightened.
I did mostly slower swings.
finished the session with short game, pitches, chips and sand shots.
I used to play the top flight gamer and gamer tour. I tried the Srizon Q-Star and although I did like them, they are a little too expensive. I just played a few rounds with the Bridgestone extra soft and really think the soft balls are the way to go for me. I really enjoy the Callaway Supersoft and have to try to make it up to Dicks to get some of the Gamer softs
I will second that you need to look at each mfg's specs on club length and lie with the club you got fitting with.
For example Callaway Apex 5 iron is 24* and 38", XR 5 is 23* and 38.25" and XR OS 5 is 25* and 38.5". I'm sure there are slight lie differences, +1/2" doesn't seem a definitive length.
I've had 4 rounds with no double bogeys in the past 2 years, and I've broken 80 3 times in that same time. So, equally hard for me, I guess? In 2 of those 4 rounds, I had at least one triple bogey, though. So if the question is it is harder to break 80 or not have anything worse than a bogey on your scorecard, then I'd say the latter.