I'd consider it to be fairly important for driving too, especially carry distance.
If there are fairway bunkers, trying to figure out how much of a hazard you can take on off the tee, trying to cut a corner of a dog leg, determining if you'll run out of fairway, etc it's important to know your typical carry distance to know where you should aim or if you need to club down.
Fixed it for you. Unless you have a wide open fairway with no bunkers or water to carry or you don't want to have some planning for your approach shot distance, then your typical driver carry distance very much matters.
Non-profit organizations are not privately (or publicly) owned because they do not issue stock. Nor can directors or officers own the organization, much less independent contractors--again, because there is no issuance to stock. Therefore, there is no ownership interest in the organization.
For a good overview, see:
Who “Owns” a Nonprofit?
Nonprofit “ownership” can be a confusing, counterintuitive concept. It can implicate both financial and control issues for stakeholders. Consider the following scenario.
The only downside to bending is that if you are bending to a strong loft, you will lose bounce (bending weaker increases bounce). You may find that the bounce that you had was what you needed and you have a less than optimal club once you bend stronger.
That's the only risk you take when bending heads (unless you are bending cast irons far). Good luck and keep us posted!
I'd be happy to learn more about it, if you have a source. Every time I try to find out more, I read that the PGA Tour is a non-profit membership organization. Perhaps someone can clue me in as to who the real "owners" of the tour are.