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Haven't picked up a club in a few weeks.  Got about 10 swings before I had to go.  Ball B330-RXS  I could feel that I was out towards the toe, thus the lower PTR.  My shot shape is usually push draw to straight draw.  Misses are straight pulls.

Club Ping G-10  9*  Stiff  TFC129D Shaft 45.75 inches.  Ball B330-RXS.  I'm working with a club maker to see if I can get some distance.  I know I can and will work on the smash factor to get it out there further.  Looking for any suggestions you might have.  Not shown here is ball height average.  It was 30 yards.

Thanks,

Zelocity Monitor Results

Club Speed    Ball Velocity   Launch Angle   Ball Spin   Carry   Total   PTR    Deviation
95.98           126.9                     18.3           2662      218.7    241.7   132.3   1.9L
93.15           124.5                     18.2           2636      211.8    234.0   133.6   2.5L
92.78           121.7                     20.0           2492      214.0    236.5   131.2   2.7L
98.97           124.4                     17.4           3140      210.8    238.0   125.7   2.8L
97.74           122.2                     19.7           2883      211.3    233.4   126.0   5.3R
100.48          123.5                     20.0           2943      215.0    237.6   122.9   0.0
94.91           124.3                      20.5           2522      215.8    238.5   131.0   6.4R
99.27           120.1                      20.6           2991      209.4    231.4   121.0   0.0
98.19           129.9                     17.5           2758      223.6    247.1   132.3   2.0L
99.05           125.3                     17.5           3103      214.4    236.9   126.5   3.0L

Avg 97.05       124.3                   19.0           2813      214.5    237.0   128.1   3.3

Opt 97.5        145.8                    14.5           2570      233.5    253.2   1.50    0.0

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Here's what I'm thinking.  I'm 5'8, 55 years old.  Looking at SMT or Geek component head.  Shaft Voodoo or Oban Devotion.  Probably in regular or stiff flex and 10.5 or even 12.  I've been working on some of Lynn Blakes stuff on the left wrist ahead of the club head, but only with short irons so far.  I do know that I throw it away from the top sometimes.  So if I work hard, I fell I can get the SS up to 103, maybe 105.

Been hitting 45.75-inch shafts, but feel I can improve on the smash factor at 44.5 maybe.

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