Thanks for the tip. I am pretty sure that my irons are S300s, and my wedges are Vokey "wedge flex" which I have been told are S200s. I don't really mind either of these shafts/can't tell the difference, so I am not super worried about it but I am glad you brought it up for something to think about.
Typically I do this with my GW and SW. I am fairly comfortable under 80 yards hitting partials with either. I hit some "flighted" shots with 7-PW as well. Kind of a weird 80-90 percent swing where it goes about a club or club and a half shorter, but nice low and penetrating.
Thanks for the input. Something about the AP2 PW doesn't look right to me. It is the chunkiest looking of the iron set, and I think that my Vokeys have a sleeker look and that is why I am gravitating towards this idea.
I asked this question myself not too long ago and didn't come up with an answer. Instead, I ended up in a debate over what constitutes an iron-like vs a wedge-like PW.
Started thinking about this again myself, since @Bonvivant started the topic. I'm hitting more partial swings with my PW lately and using it around the greens more, so I'm kind of thinking I want it to match my other wedges in terms of bounce and sole grind.
I know what you mean. I don't think they actually care. If you look at the "Why am I seeing this ad?" stuff, it's always for a really generic reason. I mostly just ignore ads these days. I'm so inundated with them in daily life that they're kind of easy to tune out mentally.
Do your usual set up....then right before you’d take your shot...stop. Set down a stick or a club, walk behind and see where your club face is pointing.
There’s a good chance that if you’re aimed properly you’re taking the club out to in like a bunker shot and slightly closing your face prior to impact and pulling your shot left.
This would work great in wet grass so you could see your brush mark and maybe see if you in fact changed your face from its original alignment.