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10-14-2008, 01:41 PM
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Jason MacIsaac
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Originally Posted by pelts35.com View Post
All driver heads on the market are designed to bring spin rates down not up. High spin and a driver is a horrible combination as the result is a ballooning trajectory which results is loss of distance.



Agreed about a ProV, or any premium ball, and a Walmart wedge. However, the tour players have more of an advantage than just fitting, although that's a huge part of it. The tour issued equipment, especially drivers and fairway woods, are absolutely superior in quality than retail issued equipment.
True enough, it all depends on your swing though.
http://www.iseekgolf.com/clubfitting...ole-in-fitting

I actually fall in the Bubba Watson category, I naturally have a low spin high trajectory type swing and could probably use a low spin driver head with a low loft and a high trajectory shaft.

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