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About Tomhirvin

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  1. Thank you for all the help. Lots to try at the range!
  2. Thank you so much for your response Piz I will give it a try. The only reason I went with the smaller tee's is someone (not a pro) told me that it was going high because my tees were too high so I was hitting the ball too high on the face (foot spray says otherwise). Sorry but what do you mean by "You can use the scoring lines, on the face of your driver, to set the tee a specific height."
  3. I am going to book myself a lesson with a monitor to try and sort this issue but I would be interested for anyone's feedback. I am playing a Ping G400 9 degree driver set to 10. My swing speed is around 100mph and my average distance is 230y. As a 20 handicapper I am obviously very pleased with my drives as they are reasonably long and pretty consistent but the height.... Everyone I play with comments on how high the ball goes and clearly the high launch is limiting my distance. It has to be at least 60 degrees. I use a 70mm pink castle tee so not setting up high and the ball is coming off the centre (most of the time). Am I missing something? I feel like I am not moving my weight forward enough in the downswing as don't feel exactly balanced but if anyone has any thoughts I would be grateful. Thanks, Tom
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