You prove my point I'm not long I have about a 105 swing speed which is decent for a out of shape hunchbacked 40 year old. I normally play x100 because I like the feel. These two clubs have a lot of toe droop especially the callaway because of its sweetspot being so far from the shaft and the fact it's a regular flex graphite shaft. I couldn't hit the center of the club with one swing one take with these two totally different clubs with all the variables involved based on making compensations in my setup or how I align it or compensating for toe droop. THE ONLY READON I CAN DO IT IS BECAUSE I SWING THE SWEETSPOT I IMAGINE THE CLUB IS A CENTER SHAFTED CLUB AND MY SHAFT IS DIRECTLY RUNNING THROUGH THE CENTER OF THE CLUB. Because that's what I feel the tug of the cog when I start down.
And all this means is pretty much nothing. We have toe drop during the golf swing. The CG does not stay in the same position relative to the shaft plane anyway, it moves dynamically throughout the swing. Anyone that says they can feel or keep up with these changes is off their rocker. The body/brain is not fast enough to compensate for the changes, the body is already committed long before a lot of this stuff even happens.
Again, if you think you are able to compensate once you are already in the downswing, you are fooling yourself. Not to mention the COG position is completely different due to the transition force and club orientation from where it is at the top vs at impact.
I would be willing to bet that those two shafts in each of those clubs is completely different am I right? The shaft weight isn't the same, the bend profile isn't the same, etc. And you are trying to base this on COG location? Your test is awful. When you test, you have controls so you can rule things out. You have none.
I'm not proving anything for you.
Thank you again golfnut you are proving my point much better than I could. The shafts are different the grips are different the lengths are different one is graphite one has a tiny forged head one has a super large head.
There is no way I could compensate for the variables and hit the cog.
There is one thing they have in common. The both have a Center of gravity or a sweetspot.
I don't need to know where it is I just need to swing the feel of it at the ball. It's the same thing great baseball players do the swing the sweetspot of the bat at the ball. Their brain calculates where the ball is gonna be and they manipulate the COG of the bat at that spot they believe the ball will be.
I would use the <rolleyes> emoticon here but it just wouldn't the look on my face justice.
Well, it's safe to say that you still have no grasping of the concept that you have no idea what you are talking about.