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I have no clue. Jack was known for his advantage off the tee. Tiger was hitting it 300 yards, with only John Daly in the area, but he was way more accurate than Daly. I feel like Tiger's driver issues came later on his career.
I disagree. Tiger wasn't just a bomber off the tee. He would hit it hard, shape it, hit it easier. He had a full range of shots. He wasn't just hit it hard.
I wonder how much courses actually went to Tiger-proof the course? Maybe this was overblown?
It is most likely your swing leading to those shots being consistent with the ball further forward in your stance. The advantage of single length clubs is that a consistent swing and setup work wonders, even though you might not be hitting it perfectly. If the ball flight with all clubs is good, don't try to change it. The pro's take a couple of months to overhaul a swing and they practice many hours a day