2/20 - 30 mins of pitching down office hallway with whiffle balls; focus was on square face at impact to produce straight trajectory (without hitting hallway walls).
I plan to play 9 holes with Noah (my 9yo) on Wednesday to test out the shoulder. I was practicing some 30-50yd pitches last week and my shoulder didn't like it very much, but that was hitting balls in succession. I'm hoping that the time between 1/2-full swings (hitting a couple then chipping/putting over a 5-10 mins window) will be more agreeable.
S300 in my current irons and on the i200 that I tested as well.
I think the heel was digging as the tape wore off after two shots in the heel/hosel area. My normal clubs are a bit more than 2 degrees flat, so I assume that the toe side contact is due to a mis fitting? It's about 3/4" out from the sweet spot. Got one shot to full distance, but the rest were pretty severe mishits. 8i was not so bad.
Do not want to give his name out, but one of my clients is a former PGA tour player. Easily the best player I have ever played with. He was what you would call a journeyman on tour, but did win several millions of dollars and is not hurting these days. The putter gave him issues or he would have done much better on tour because ball striking is definitely not an issue.
Its interesting to watch someone at that level play the game. Club selection, course management, shot making abilities, etc. Its really cool to watch. Makes me realize how much I do not know about the game, but I try and learn as much as I can when I have the chance to play with him.