A question for the maths buffs and golf instructors.
I have been fault finding as to why i am pulling my irons left and it seems that there are two issues.
1. My trail hand grip was very strong, works great for my driver but over cooks on the irons.
2. Having paid real attention to my setup i noticed i was lining the toe of the club and the hosel in a line, therefore closeing the face. I have been advised to use the bottom groove to align the face as the leading edge can play tricks on the mind (true or not?)
So, my question is, sat the face is closed to the target by a degree or so and my swing is in to out, how much would this affect the amount the shot went left, how many yards would i miss the target (guesstimate). If i open the face a degree at address and swing as normal would this produce the "proper" draw shape?
Why do you feel the need to talk down to people who don't agree with you? You have a valid argument, but talking down lessens the potential that they will listen to your argument.
I have very close friends that are conservative. They don't talk down to people who disagree with them.
This applies to everyone in these types of threads (liberal and conservative). Once you start talking down, it cheapens your response.