Thank you both for your input! The 60* would be mostly for tight lies near the green or on the fringe, thats why I opted for such low bounce. In regards to my swing- it’s fairly steep, miss hits are going to be fat, I almost never hit it thin or blade it. However, as I move closer to the green I try to come in more shallow.
@Vinsk thank you for your warm welcome!
@Adam C the 60 would be more of a fun club for me where I can try more specialized shots, you know we all try to mickelson it every once in a while 😉
So many to choose from, but the two that stuck / stick with me:
Early in my golf career I shot 90 on the nose seven times before I broke it. On the fifth of these rounds, I was +12 after 14 holes so I had seven shots over par on the last four holes to shoot 89. Two good shots on the par 5 #15, feeling great, fubarred the approach into a triple, then went double, double, bogey to shoot 90 again. The most painful part was this was the last round of the season so I had to think about it in agony for six months before playing again.
I have twice birdied the 17th hole to go -1 under par. The first time the 18th hole was the hardest on the course (and it had my number), so I was happy to make bogey and shoot par for the first time. The second time the 18th was the easiest hole on the course and I totally messed it up to shoot even par again. Obviously I have yet to break par.
As @Vinsk says, with 110 mph as a starting point with poor technique, you've got a natural skill that will be of great benefit down the road. When I started taking lessons, with poor technique my driver swing speed was 95-98 mph, and after close to 2 years of lessons/practice, I'm up to around 108-110 mph, so you may see your speed increase as technique improves.