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Hi! I've read a lot about why you shouldn't play a ball that requires a swing speed higher than you have. But what if I played a ball designed for slower swing speeds? I have a driver swing speed of 95 mph, and if I were to play for example Callaway Supersoft (designed for under 90 mph I believe), what would I lose? Distance? Accuracy? Where I live, I can buy a dozen Callaway Supersoft $10 less than Callaway SR2 (that I usually play). Not to mention Callaway Chrome Soft which is even more expensive. Thanks for input!
Not sure where to post this, or if this is even a dumb question. I'm pretty focused on getting my form right (see daily practice thread and my swing thread) and I'm finally getting back into a modest exercise and stretching routine. It occurred to me, that all of what I've ever done with golf has been fairly controlled. In fact my next assignment is very clear: go AS SLOW AS NECESSARY to get the one piece I've been working on. Just DO IT! Speed is not a factor, but I need to get this piece on the range and on video- and dribble the ball off the tee if necessary, and then add speed. S
6'5" 230, two torn shoulders, and in the woods Jk, but really. First post here, but not new to a forum community. Quick back ground. Played baseball til I was 24, have a slap tear in both my labrums from it, and need some help with swing path due to range of motion. My lead (left) shoulder has a tendency to click when my backswing is on the ideal path, so my natural path gets reallyyy shallow to subconsciously avoid that pain. I shoot anywhere from a 74-85 and the driver is all 11 of those strokes.Thanks a bunch in advance. Been a long time reader -- look forward to co