I with you on not noticing anything about weight. I have the MCC plus4 on my irons, coming from Tour velvet and love the way they feel. I notice not weight difference with the change. I have one on a couple of driver shafts and again, don’t notice a weight difference.
Next time I’m going with the Tour Velvet plus4 just to save money... they are about half the price of the MCC plus4.
Weight is big. I had a 2017 m1 3 hL and was all over the place with it. I traded it in. I’ve had the same problem with fairway wood shafts as well. If I carry a 3 wood, I was carrying my old Ping Tisi Tec with the Graphite Design ys6 in it.
A month ago, for the heck of it I took an 85 gram ust proforce v2 and put it in an original RBZ 3 wood head and it feels great and I kill it.
Gotta give credit where credit is due--you provided data that addressed my concern--right on the button. Of course distance is and has always been a big advantage; but, I'm surprised that it has become a much larger advantage (via strokes gained) over the years, relatively speaking.
Is it possible that distance doesn't make up as many strokes now simply because the entire field is better and longer--making it harder to gain strokes through distance?
I play the original eye 2 sw. in 57.5 degrees. Awesome club. You can pick up the original on eBay for 50 bucks. They don’t get much better. I don’t like a 60 even though I keep one on the cart. It only gets used every 5 rounds. The 57.2 degrees for me is perfect all around. It moves through grass like a hot butter knife. The only way I don’t like it is off hardpan. Because of the bounce. Do yourself a favor and if anyone you know has one borrow it and play around with different shots it’s sweet