- Mar 28, 2011
- Reaction score
- Maineville, OH
Please do Dan. Mike, I think they are. You still need a downward blow but if you really hit down on it, it's like it floats up and hits the top of the face and goes nowhere.So sweepers delight??
I like that Dan. I think I could say something similar, thought my version would be more along the lines of 'hit it as close to the green as possible off the tee' rather than specifically looking to get a wedge in my hands. Last round I played I hit driver twice on 9 holes. Coincidentally, those two holes were the two I scored worse on.I can talk a little bit about the practice rounds, certainly...
In fact there is one specific par 3 at True Blue that (if the hole is cut on the top tier) can play upwards of 195 not to mention being up the hill. Where the TTs perform best for me (I believe) is the 4-7 irons. They are just so easy to get up in a hurry and get on line to the hole.
Much of the last couple weeks I have been incorporating what has been a bit of a power draw into my swing. It's probably worth fixing, but it's consistent if anything. As I get into the longer irons, I think it's slowly tapers off, into something a lot more consistent.
I'll say this, I have never played so much golf around getting into the fairway and worrying about my approach from there. i used to be a 'hit to wedge and knock one stiff' kind of guy, but in and around the time I made the switch to the TTs, I really started to focus on fairways first, and I believe they allowed me to play that game without worrying about the number of yards left to the hole after the tee shot.
Derek is right, the TTs will not be going anywhere for me.Sometimes I swear hawk is in my head.
I was thinking as I fell asleep last night I had to get back in here and share a conversation we had.
Yes we talked about blowing it up, but I also told him Hawk that the thought had crossed my mind to try out another set of Irons.
But with how well I hit these clubs I'd be a fool to mess around with anything. I've never hit any irons as well as I hit the TT's, and the MT's run a close second.
I know some MC bags might get a full overhaul, and with almost everyone on THP being golf and equpment junkies that's okay. Like I said, it'd be really crazy for me to make a crazy change to my iron set up. I am going to be getting a TT 8 iron to replace the MT because I am literally licking my chops when I pull a TT.
I will have more thoughts in here after the coverage for the MC airs, but let me say this.
If you haven't hit the TT's, do so. (I know for a fact that DDXU, War, Hawk, One-T, & myself have enjoyed them. and I'm sure I'm forgetting some folks)
If you're worried about the "Tour Trajectory" and a more piercing ball flight, don't be. Paired with the right shaft you can do anything. I'm in a lighter weight shaft and I see a nice high ball flight that promotes an almost immediate stop, with either an E6 OR Q-STAR.
Again, next time you're out and about do yourself a favor and hit these clubs.