It tips out because it loads so shallow, so the across-the-line part is a means of steepening the club somewhat. Then you have to shallow it again during the downswing.
It's not horrible, and people as good as you do worse, but that's something to keep an eye on and look to improve.
Look a bit more like this:
Recently, and quite by accident, I ran across a request to one of my files via google docs. I no longer have any google docs and have deleted that app. I do have some files that I can share on one drive. I granted access to the file requested (although I do not think it exists any longer) and as an after thought, I sent the similar file on one drive to the requester via email. I would not even have known about it had I not went onto GMAIL. Now I am a little nervous that by so doing, I may have granted access to other files in one drive. I think I should be okay however, as the "share" was done on only one file. It is just the "granting access" thing I am concerned about. Should I be concerned? It is also quite possible that this request came from a member of TST owing to the subject matter.
Tell me if this makes sense...
I hit a regular shaft cobra f7 driver with a hard but not erratic swing (say 90%) i and was slicing it consistently - occasionally it went straight. If I backed off to say 75%, it was more predictable but still missed fairways.
Fast forward to today. I used a f7 STIFF this time. I was able to consistently crush it down the middle or slightly in rough. One drive went 310!! I never did that before... however I never hit a stiff driver before
Did the stiff shaft actually fix my problems? Or did I just have a good day??
For what it's worth, I shot a 90 with a 42 on the back 9! With a handful of mulligans. This was my first time out with my brand new clubs too! So distances were a little off.
I'm very encouraged, but I want to temper expectations cuz it could have just been a good day. Anyway, the stiff clubs seem like a great fit for me! Thoughts?
See above. I forgot to quote you!