The ball goes a certain distance based on how much loft is delivered to it, how good the strike is, but primarily how fast you swing. Seems pretty obvious, right? We can actually give you a number that says how far you should hit your 7-iron and we do it with the aid of our technology Trackman. So I’m gonna make a few swings for you here at different speeds and Trackman is gonna tell us how far they should be going. So let me hit one here in the mid-70s, maybe about 75 miles an hour and see how far it should go. I hit that one fairly solid TrackMan is gonna track it. I swung 78.8 Mph and it should have gone 147 yards. It went 151. It had a little bit of low spin. That’s how I exceeded that “should” 147 number. So let’s swing it a little bit harder and see how far it should go. So I swung harder at that one but it went higher so I don’t think I’m gonna reach my number. Let’s see, I swung 85 at that one, that’s closer to my normal, I still hit it 161 it should have gone 159. So again I exceeded my expectation just because the spin was so low. I’ll put some of these numbers up on the screen for you to see. Now I’m gonna swing as hard as I can here. I swung that 89 miles an hour. That’s about as fast as I can do it. It should go 167 and it went 166. You’ll see how the speed changing made the ball go farther. I know it seems pretty obvious. If you want to find out how fast you swing and how far you should hit it come see us at Profectus Golf and we’ll find out if you’re reaching that potential number for your clubs.