this is getting weird. but maybe those other two pictures i shared just weren't clear enough? nevertheless, i trust that DJ is capable of knowing what it feels and looks like to have his chin up a bit and a slight curve in his lower back.
(^ source for DJ photo)
@Vinsk, kindly take a look at the image i just shared above. unlike mike on the right there is clear daylight between DJ's chin and chest, the bill of DJ's cap is clearly NOT pointing directly at ball, and there is obviously a slight curve in DJ's lower back.
Just a thought. You said that you discarded poor contact shots. Well, the woods can be weighted for increased distance versus increased forgiveness, right? What if you are talking about a club with the weight in the center for length, but which you will be sending fewer shots where you aim? I can't stand dealing with nonfacts. I would need to know this stuff before shelling out good money on a club you may turn out to hate.
Now that I'm back at this site after being away for a while time to claim my awards.
Hole in One - August 2, 2003 - 176 yards, 5 iron
Eagles - 4 that I can remember, latest was in 2016
Broke par - 3 under 68 July 9, 2016
Tournament winner - Stamford Amateur Golf Championship, Senior Flight 2017
First videos of the year:
I spent all winter not practicing or anything and I didn't lose anything. Cool. I don't know if it's the slight tweak in the right hand grip or having a stronger core from working out, but these swings felt fast, like the club is just whipping around; you can see how far around the clubhead got at the finish. Also cool.
Toed the crap out of these shots which has always been the miss, but it's consistent and I'm starting to think it's just a quirk of my address position. I address the ball on the center of the face and I hit it on the toe. I address the ball towards the heel and I hit it on center. I'm not going to "fix" that, just need to remember to address the ball with the hosel 😜