Like I said before, I’m not a good player, plus I only play once a week. Our local dealer wanted $875 for a 6-A wedge. I wound up buying a used set of 714 AP1’s in great shape from a guy in a neighboring town. They are a 5-A wedge, but I’m going to re-grip them, so I’ll be all in at about $310.
Those T300 irons sure are nice looking though.
I've read a lot about why you shouldn't play a ball that requires a swing speed higher than you have.
But what if I played a ball designed for slower swing speeds? I have a driver swing speed of 95 mph, and if I were to play for example Callaway Supersoft (designed for under 90 mph I believe), what would I lose? Distance? Accuracy?
Where I live, I can buy a dozen Callaway Supersoft $10 less than Callaway SR2 (that I usually play). Not to mention Callaway Chrome Soft which is even more expensive.
Thanks for input!