Day 212 - After reviewing stats from last night's round, "Mehh" is an overstatement as I didn't do anything particularly well.
I missed several short putts left last night, so today (overcast/rainy) I worked on putting setup and alignment (PuttOUT mat and mirror) then stroking 2' and 3' putts going through my entire routine.
Yesterday I attended a demo/fitting at my local course using Trackman. It was put on by a single clubmaker/OEM. I hit various drivers vs. my current gamer. At the end I tried a few 7 irons vs. my current 7 iron.
Here's the deal. Both in person and in the data that was later emailed to me it was stated that the new drivers were 40 yards longer than my gamer. And that the new 7 iron was 8 yards longer, same lofts.
PROBLEM: I have eyes. They see pretty well. I could see where my drives were rolling out to. My gamer was consistently longer than the new drivers... at worst, the same yardage.
Is this a Trackman issue? Or is it a salesman/operator/upsell/honesty issue?
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