kobe123, on 11 October 2018 - 08:58 AM, said:
suprfli6, on 11 October 2018 - 08:26 AM, said:
I did the same thing one winter in my garage, my swing subconsciously became extremely shallow because I was afraid of catching the ceiling, but just hitting into the net it felt good. Spring came and I was hitting 40 yard hooks with mid irons.
This winter I'm probably going for some sort of device that will give me carry yardages. I don't have a high enough ceiling for full swings but if I could really dial in 30-40-50-60 yard shots that would be worth it.
I'm really just wanting to dial 130 and in. I feel I could really reduce my handicap with this practice. I'm also going to buy 4'x10' birdie ball putting green. I've read a lot of mixed reviews with the driver on the skytrak. Distance doesn't matter with the driver to me as long as I can find a fairway, but distance with irons really matters.
Skytrak has it's pro's and cons. It is an amazing device for the money. There are some valid complaints with higher swing speed players, but there are a lot of complaints from people who believe they hit the ball further/better than they actually do (EG, I hit my 9 iron 155, but skytrak is telling me 143, everything is short 10 yards)
I personally feel you need visual and numbers feedback, especially to dial in wedges from 130 yards. To easy to start hitting pulls, hard draws, change launch angle etc. To much risk in just hitting into a net.
Edited by sdrthedj, 11 October 2018 - 09:41 AM.