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I’ve been thinking about this for a while now as someone who has tried to keep within a budget while building my bag. When you are getting fit for clubs, there seems to be “Perfect Numbers” for each club. MyGolfSpy has created a perfect fitting table for Drivers based on your swing speed that includes Backspin, Launch Angle, and Carry for Drivers Ball Speeds of 100, 140, and 180 MPH. They explained the Iron Fitting process in a two-part series with less parameters and more of an explanation of the process and feedback for what to look out for. https://mygolfspy.com/mygolfspy-labs-the-d
I purchased a used Razr-Fit driver in January at a shop in AZ. It has been the best $50 I've spent on golf. While chatting with some guys in the club house after a round the other day, one of them was thinking his driver had "lost some of its pop". He was certain it was not damaged (cracked) but just that it was not getting the distance it did when new. Not knowing the history of the driver I purchased, it got me thinking. While it is in like new condition cosmetically and has a stock shaft, for all I know it was used by a 6'9", 280 lb small NBA forward with a triple digit swing speed.