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  1. It will probably cause a slice. I had the same problem and have gotten rid of my slice by doing these two adjustments: 1. Make sure that my right arm stays close to the body at backswing. 2. Moving back in my stance (ie. I'm standing further away from the ball).
  2. After a few hundred shots and analyzing Trackman data I see that the distance loss from Di7 to Ci9 is more like 7-8 yards on average. The cause of this is that Ci9 shots get a higher launch angle and goes a few yards higher, with less roll as a result. The loft difference between the two sets are between 0.5 and 1 degrees. Most of the data analyzed comes from my 5, 7, and 9 irons.
  3. I just bought this set in an attempt to give myself a bit of a challenge. I already own a set of Di7 and I was surprised to see that I had absolutely no problem hitting these new clubs. The shaft(regular) feels softer than the ones on my Di7's(uniflex). I'm a bit curious on the difference between these two shafts and since i couldn't find any numbers on the web, i've mailed W/S and asked them for more stats. I've only had them for a few days so I need to test them some more, but some differences I've noticed between the sets: * The Ci9 shots go approximately 5 yards shorter. 2.5
  4. So, yet another disqualification caused by an alert TV-viewer. What do you think about this one? Does this really call for a disqualification? http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/golf/9369046.stm
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