@Mr. Desmond, methinks I spoke too soon. What do you want to bet, he IS back? (under different screen name however). As in gambling, there are "tells". However, I will now take my leave and NOT engage.
I am not sure. Maybe 10-12 years old. I remember when I purchased them, I told myself they were the last set of irons I would buy.
My fairway woods are probably 7, or 8 years old.
My putter is the great grand pa in my bag. I also have a couple of loose iron clubs that are pretty old.
Both my irons, and woods still serve me quite well. They are quality stuff.
I'm interested in skytrak and other similar devices (more affordable at home indoor launch monitors). I've been reading about them and watching reviews, and every single one seems to analyze the accuracy of the distance related numbers. I don't care about distance when it comes to these devices, I only care about directional accuracy. I want to know if I'm hitting the ball straight.
Are there reviews out there that I haven't found that focus on this aspect of these devices?
Avoid the greenside bunkers at all costs. If you end up in one, strongly consider playing at the center of the green instead of at the flag. And by strongly consider, I mean do that unless you're 100% sure you can pull off the shot without ending in another greenside bunker.