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On 9/7/2019 at 2:33 PM, Vinsk said:

We’re not discussing lag. We’re all aware of lag. You’re phrase is ‘lag pressure’ which as you’ve defined doesn’t correlate with physics. And don’t be silly, nobody here is saying good ball strikers flip the club. We’re simply saying you have made statements that don’t correlate with the physics of what’s actually happening. 

89442551-3EE4-460C-982C-3753A2E00719.thumb.png.30f0d85afbe0967a1cee3a44c5bc5388.pngLet me guess...bad angle? Not even close to being in line huh?

Your perception is your reality I suppose.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t mean it’s true.  

Nonetheless, we have a fine product that is being used by Tour pros willingly because it helps with impact feels.  Feel isn’t always real, but under the gun, feel is all you have.  

 

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57 minutes ago, Divot Tool said:

Your perception is your reality I suppose.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t mean it’s true.

The physics explains why everything I’ve said here about it is true.

And the last time I saw a Tour player using it was about four or five years ago. But whatever. Kind of a non/point by either side.

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1 hour ago, Divot Tool said:

Your perception is your reality I suppose.  Unfortunately, it doesn’t mean it’s true.  

Now that’s the pot calling the kettle black. Your definition of what you think lag pressure is and how it’s created was clearly debunked by @iacas response. 
 

It’s not my perception that your lag pressure hypothesis is wrong. It doesn’t correlate with physics. Period. You’re wrong. 

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11 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

Now that’s the pot calling the kettle black. Your definition of what you think lag pressure is and how it’s created was clearly debunked by @iacas response.

It’s not my perception that your lag pressure hypothesis is wrong. It doesn’t correlate with physics. Period. You’re wrong. 

I forgot we had that diversion in this topic. I thought it was still about the title.

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