Do you sometimes wonder if you should be able to hit the ball farther than you do? You out drive your buddies but they hit 7-iron while you’re hitting six…. Stick with us and I’m going to tell you how to find the hidden yardage in your game. The first place to look for hidden distance is in the loft of your irons. Just because two clubs have seven iron stamped on the bottom doesn’t make them equal. I’ve got a TaylorMade P 770 this has 32 degrees of loft. This Titleist has 34. Both say 7-iron. In a sense, if the Titleist is a 7-iron , this is a 6 and 1/2. That’s likely the reason why your buddies hit a shorter club into the green than you do. First place to look is to have your lofts checked. The second place to check for distance in your game is in your driver and it’s likely the place you want to find it in the most. The first thing to look at is to check your attack angle. Get on a TrackMan and find out if you’re hitting down on it, level or up on it. If two people swing the same speed one, of them hits down on it five degrees, while the other one hits up on it five degrees, the one hitting up on it five degrees can potentially hit it thirty yards farther than the one hitting down on it five degrees and they’re swinging the same speed. So it’s really important that you get your attack angle checked get it optimized and unlock that potential distance. Once you’ve got that attack angle optimized, you’ve come into Profectus and you’ve gotten your attack angle figured out. Hopefully you’re at least hitting level on it or possibly hitting up on it, that would unlock the most distance. You’ve got to make sure you get the loft tuned in to match that attack angle. Imagine if you go and change your attack angle from down five but keep that 10.5 degree driver, you’re going to create a lot of spin. Essentially you’re going to
be hitting down on it with the loft of the club pointing high. If you want to lower that spin and get the most distance out of your driver, you need to get the ball where you’re hitting up on it and you have the loft lowered. That’s going to deliver the most force into the ball, give you the most ball speed and get that distance you’re looking for. If you want to get any of this stuff figured out I can help you hear it Profectus. Come by, we can get the lofts checked on your irons. We can check your attack angle to make sure we can get the most distance out of your swing speed. And we can tune in the loft to make sure you get the right launch and spin so you’re not hitting it
the same distance as your buddies anymore.