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3 years ago
3 years ago
anyone else like hitting their driver off the deck? also was wondering if it can damage the shaft or anything like that?
I kept my old wood driver for that very purpose. My current driver is a large face, so the bottom is a little too round, however, I am going to purchase a smaller face driver with a flatter bottom so I can use it from the fairway as well.
A few years ago I had an Orlimar Trimetal 11* fairway driver. Could hit it well off the deck on a good lie.
right now I'm hitting a png i20 and it works pretty well. I can hit it a good 275 with good roll.
2 years ago
I hit mine off the deck a lot especially when my three wood makes me mad! (Stupid TM)
I hit my 913 off of a good fairway lie once, it was a good shot. But it scratched the bottom of the face, So I won't be doing that again.
driver off the deck is the funnest thing on the world it is really easy to do only if u do things correctly hit it like a 7 iron make a very small divot i play tournament golf and i play it in tournaments its basically a low stinger 3 woods rolls a lot downhill works the best i have hit one 245 and my average drive is about 260 try this tip and hope it works well good luck
Sometimes I will depending on the lie and if there is any trouble on the hole. The only way I can see the shaft being damaged is from taking a huge divot and snapping it but that will take a lot of strength.
I have in the past. But see no need to do it now. Not enough control over the flight.
The 913 F-D is an awesome club. Have been trying it out on the course and it works well for all situations so far.