- Jun 25, 2009
- Reaction score
Some of you are old enough that when you started playing, you played with real woods. My father was telling me recently that because they were less forgiving your ball could go anywhere in you didn't make good contact. My thought is that today's more forgiving large headed woods become weapons in the hands of the guys who want to kill the ball off the tee. I tend to think that years ago, people understood the nuances of using a real wood and tried to take the smaller sweet spot into account whereas today the newer equipment allows people the luxury of thinking they can go crazy. Are errant shots more prevalent today?