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  1. Follow up from my prior post on my first driver fitting. Expected mainly a visual fitting but got 1h of trackman time with a range of drivers. The numbers alone were useful to help me know what I’m doing with attack angle and outside in swing path. Had been using a used titleist 713D2 with extra stiff shaft. Changed to normal flex and noted some improvements before fitting. Fitting found that an offset Cobra Fmax with 9.5 degree loft improved my dispersion and led to improvement in my slice given my swing speed. Didn’t get much distance improvement but I went for my first new club with b
  2. Started actually working on my game and broke 100 and 90 this summer.
  3. Joining the club. TL;DR question is should I consider getting a driver fitting as an 18-19 handicapper? I've played golf very intermittently for many years (playing 1-2 times a year at the most for >10 y) but this year was in a position to actually spend time on the game. Also my 10yo son had interest so it was a nice father son activity. Never really had enough rounds for a handicap so I upgraded my vintage 1990's starter clubs for used irons and driver and went at it this summer. Lots of youtube videos and a lesson or two. Handicap moved from 23 to 18.6 at this point so I'm
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