24 Jun Now toss in a toe hit because i’m coming more from the inside and the snap hook comes back
Wait....the result was a face to path that is greater than the original (center to center contact this would mean more of a hook than what you started with) just starting more right.......
From your analysis, I have to draw the conclusion that Face angle Adjustnent is the only factor to get ride of snap hook, because the face to club angle has stay pretty much the same before and after the fix. No?
If I had a dollar for every time someone walked into my Academy (myself included!) and asked how to hit it farther I'd own a bank by now. Golf course agronomy has evolved and the rock-hard fairways of yesterday are gone and have been replaced by soft conditions that require more and more carry off the tee. Sadly, the USGA has continued to allow the professional game to influence the game we, as amateurs, play and thus we see drivers that are limited as it pertains to the “trampoline effect.” I do wish we had hotter drivers that would allow the masses to hit drives like the professionals but sadly this will never happen.
Take a second to compare the average distance the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour versus your own handicap level and I'll bet you'll be surprised at where you fit in...
For a PGA Tour Player the average is 113 MPH, a Smash of 1.48, and a Carry Distance of 275
For the LPGA Tour Player the average is 94 MPH, a Smash sugar daddy sites in Grand Rapids city of 1.48, and a Carry Distance of 218
The average 18 Handicap Male has a clubhead speed of 92 MPH, a Smash of 1.38, and a Carry of 214 The average 18 Handicap Female has a clubhead speed of 70 MPH, a Smash of 1.32, and a Carry of 147 (NOTE: These averages for the average Male and Female Amateur are from a sampling of thousands of shots hit using Trackman over the years, but are not 100% exact obviously)
Ok, now that we know what the data says for the most part, let's dive into the ONLY TWO ways to hit it farther...