Stinger Sanchez Posted March 16 Share Posted March 16 Before I ask my question, I want to caveat this discussion by first sharing that driver is not my strong suit. It is one of the weaker/weakest parts of my game, along with pitching (unlike my irons/approach/chipping/putting, etc.). I tend to be better when practicing with a simulator, but when I play a round, I often shy away from using the driver. My SIM2 recently broke, and I purchased a TSR2 at the golf store. I have had a couple of sessions with the driver, and I am finding my carry/distance numbers to be 20-30 yards shorter than when I useed the SIM2. SIM2 average distance: 260-275 yards TSR2 average distance: 230-245 yards (I hit maybe only 3-4 shots over 250 out of 45-50 shots) I use a BGT Brava (stiff flex) shaft, which I took from the SIM2 to replace the stock shaft pf the TSR2. I am wondering if the drop off of this magnitude is normal. Also, I wonder if it's possible that my Brava shaft doens't go well with the TSR2, and hence I am producing this result. I did not change my swing, so I really am not sure what it is? Would there be such a large discrepance if a low handicap were to try both drivers? FYI, my club head speed is around 100-105. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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