Looks good on paper but how is the control?
I wouldn’t even try to swing at those speeds on the course in all honesty, it would be wild, but what I can now do is swing at 100-103 controlled (as controlled as I’m able) and which I can and do use on course (measured with PRGR monitor), that’s up from 95-99 before. I’d say my control is pretty much the same now as it was just get 10-15 more out of driver as a result.
Don’t get me wrong, as controlled as before also means I hit bad shots and those bad shots do go further off line.
What is more noticeable is I’m able to get the same sort of distance out of my irons as before without feeling like I’m doing much more than an easy swing now. I can step on my irons and take one less than I used to but found control a lot better using the same iron but just a full easy swing.
It’s not all positive as I say, and the numbers here aren’t reflected on course, but overall I swing faster without trying to, if that makes sense, and there is no discernible loss in accuracy, save for the wilder ones being more wild
Edit to add, looking at my stats with driver from Arccos from last year, driver average was 245, that’s with the 300+ drives removed and the bad ones too. Be interesting to see what this year brings. I might tell Arccos that I have a new v2 driver to see what the stats look like. Obviously that 245 is full distance, not carry!