My EX9 3-wood... Just kidding
As @WUTiger said in a previous post, you can't go wrong with Adams, however, If you don't mind 2 year old clubs RockBottomGolf has The Exotics E8 and E8 Beta for around $50 or so... And those fairways are actually very very good.
P.S. and off topic @iacas, would you please try to find a way to shortcut the Exotics logo?
No. That isn’t how large collections of data work.
The data may not apply to you (though it probably does more than you’ll seemingly ever acknowledge), but you’d be a rare exception in that case.
This isn’t a case of confirmation bias, nor can just mentioning various logical fallacies provide any more weight to your position.
About a year ago, I was fortunate enough to have sold a business and have the financial resources to allow me to not have to go to work 8 hours a day. I had always told myself if I were ever in this situation it would be heaven because I would play golf every day of the week. Well, heaven lasted about 3 weeks (and it only lasted that long because I was able to take my 3 year old daughter with me every day and spending time with her was great) and I realized golf was really not much fun if I was "trying" to do it. It did sorta start feeling like a grind.
Fast forward 12 months and now I am playing less than I did a year ago, but I am honestly enjoying it more. What changed, I can't explain it. I still want to improve, I still want to shoot a lower number (and failing most of the time), but I think 100% of it is in my head. I set out now to have an enjoyable day on the links, not just going because "I have to" if that makes sense.
Hope you find that love again @Davie81
I think asking a swing instructor to fix one club for you is kind of a waste of both your times. You'll get more out of the lesson if you allow him or her to access your swing from top to bottom. Then return for fine tuning. But If you're having only intending on having one lesson, i guess see what he says about just working on driver.
Warm up, yes. Let him see the swing at its most flexible.
This thread helped me .
I still tend to overhit bunker shots , but prioritise just getting out at the moment. My dad slightly bladed one the other week out of 1 greenside bunker straight into the other - always hilarious when it's somebody else.