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Big fun even after one use. The back face tells all and even has “that sound” that comes from a nice powerful drive. I bought the Lag 7 which has been fantastic. Both have excellent quality, design and feel. Your first few swings will instantly show you how your swinging now. Once you settle in with your tempo (and probably your grip) this is an absolute joy to practice and easily up your game.
Next up will be the wedge will can also be used in the sand. Besides my Arccos golf sensors, these are definitely the best training aids I have purchased yet. A true game changer and fantastic way to keep your game in tune or go up to the next level. Results come back quickly and accurately. The training videos are also well done and so easy to use and evaluate. Well done!!! Comfortable, fun training the way it should be.
17 days ago I got my 1st Lag Shot club and within 1/2 of a bucket of balls was smoothing out my swing transition and weight transfer resulting in a much straighter shot flight. Accuracy improved right out of the box, too. So I bought my 2nd Lag Shot club and the same thing happened. Better swing and more accuracy, not just on the range, but on the course, too. These two Lag Shot clubs are now a staple of my golf routine. Warm up with them and then go play on game days. Mix the Lag Shot clubs with my regular clubs on the range. I'm so pleased with the improvements in my game. I'm 72 and about a 15 handicap. I used to hit my driver about 200 yds or so. Now it's more like 225-235 yds. In my opinion, this is a club that lives up to it's billing. No hype here. I've also dedicated my time with the Lag Shot clubs to T, the young man from the company that recently passed away tragically. May he RIP.
Mike from Kansas City
I keep hitting the lag shot driver to the right. Often with a slice. Why so ? And how to correct ?
Bought the Driver. Surprisingly, it helped me hit my 3 wood straight instead of a horrible slice. I had given up on this club. Swinging the club just gives you the feel of letting the club head come around. Hitting balls gives you critical feedback you need. The twisting of shaft forced me to let my hands roll through. Also helped with hitting driver straight, unfortunately no significant increase in distance there.