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Sharon Your Questions About Ladies Shoes Size 12

Sharon asks…

Why does my ball not go far with my driver?

I switched from ladies to regular shaft because my instructor and the golf pro at the shop said that i was ready for one. They teted my swing speed ad everything. But when i hit the ball, it launches lower and dies down even if i hit it on the sweet spot. Is it ecause of my swing an my not adjusting to a new type of club or…??? Btw its a taylormade rbz… Any help?? Thanks!

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They probably put you in a loft too low for your swing speed. The shaft isn’t the most important thing, it’s one of the things, but you HAVE to have a loft that will allow you the best carry distance for your given swing speed. You could have the most expensive, “tour-proven” shaft available and not even come close to maximizing your potential if the loft of your driver is wrong for your swing speed and angle of attack.

There’s more to it than swing speed. Your transition from backswing to downswing, where you release the club, how “golf strong” you are, your tempo, your angle of attack… All these things come together in certain ways. The club should be built with these things in mind. Just looking at a swing speed measurement and saying “Oh, ok…” doesn’t cut it.

If the loft’s too high, you’ll hit more “balloon” shots, where the ball launches too high with too much backspin. It’ll just fall out of the sky. Too little and it won’t launch high enough or have enough spin to help it cut through the air. The latter is what I think is happening, given what you’re describing. You may have the swing speed for an “R”, but the loft will be the primary determinant if the ball’s launching properly. According to Tom Wishon, you should be using a loft of 12*, if you have a level Angle of Attack (0*) and 90mph swing speed (about an R flex, depending on the model).

One last thing: you don’t adjust to golf clubs. THEY adjust to YOU. You don’t buy shoes or shirts in the wrong size and say “I’ll just get used to it…”. You don’t have to do that with golf clubs, either.

Carol Your Questions About Ladies Shoes Size 12

Carol asks…

How to get used to walking in high heels?

I was wondering if there was anything I could do to get used to walking in them. I really don’t wanna go out and buy some to try to walk in them since I don’t own any. Is there any alternate to get used to walking in them?

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All you need do is buy a pair and wear them a little every day, and increase the amount of time a little every day. High heels take practice to look good instead of awkward. At least that is what a Lady Friend says. She wears 4″ heels every day to work and has been for over 40 years. Buy shoes that FIT properly. And beware too high a heel. The height you can wear depends on your shoe size. My Lady Friend is 5’11″ and wears a size 12, and can wear 5″ heels with ease that a woman 5’4″ tall who wears a size 6 or 8 would topple over in. She sticks to 4″ because that is the most comfortable for her shoe size even though she has no trouble at 5″. Start lower rather than higher the smaller your shoe size and the shorter you are and work your way higher as you gain experience. My Lady Friend says to look at Payless Shoes. They have low cost heels which are great for around the house to practice in. One last thing, stockings. My Lady Friend always wears stockings at work. Shoes (pumps or dress shoes only. Sandals and slingbacks with elastic make no difference.) fit differently with and without stockings, so be sure of the size both with and without stockings. Depending on your shoe size and heel height, you may end up with slightly different sizes depending on whether you are wearing stockings or not.

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