Because they are golf clubs, not collectible figurines.
If used properly, they will smash into a hard plastic/rubber ball thousands of times, violently. They will be smashed into the ground - turf, sand, mud... they might even be sent downrange once or twice depending on a person's temperament. Golf clubs should be used, not presented as a piece of art. They are just chunks of steel. When they are worn out, buy new ones.
I bought a pair of brand new gunmetal vokeys last month. First thing I did with the 60* was take it into a bunker and start (gasp) splashing it thru the sand. Horrific what it did to the patina.
Yeah will do that. I think it will be closer to 66 than 88.
Today I was on the skytrack simulator again, I have 2 hours of use remaining.
The numbers were right today. At least the carry, ball speed and clubhead speed. Driver was between 100 and 106 so the same as the trackman.
I did 12 swings with the 7 iron and driver just to see if it’s the same as Trackman when set up correctly. After seeing that it is I started the wedge matrix app and got these numbers (3 best of 5 shots with each distance and club) I think this is the best way to get my numbers down as soon as possible. I’ll work on the feel of 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 and full swings at home just to get it ingrained and then next time I’ll do 10 swings of each to get the numbers as accurate as possible so I can stick them on my wedges.