I’m probably going to take alot of crap for saying this. First, I have worked very hard this year to improve MY driver swing and distance. Not so much the swing, just what it does…I also experimented with several shafts especially the driver to find something that I FELT, was optimizing MY SWING. My understanding of what I was trying to do and what actually needed to be done was 2 different things. Why? Because equipment has changed and for years I was trying to hit a nail with a screwdriver instead of a hammer. I was purchasing new equipment and in general got worse instead of better. The new equipment does not work with a swing that was built around persimmon drivers. I broke down and finally understood that I had to get a better understanding of launch angles, shallowing the club properly and strictly working on MY mechanics and GRIP (believe it or not) to achieve an extra 40-50 yds (so far). That said…I worked hard on MY swing. I will also tell you there is a difference in the driver & metals and the iron swing. My general tendency with all metals is slight draw, if I dont shallow correctly it’s a pull or the face is pretty open. (that’s the miss) With irons I hit, in general a 10-15 yd fade with long irons about a 5 yd fade with short irons. (my miss with irons is the fat shot, not so much anything else, which is caused by losing spine angle…coming up!) My goal with irons is to make sure certain I am covering the ball to get as much compression as what MY swing allows. SO, yeah that was very long to get to this point. First…don’t copy anyone, your swing is your swing…own it. Second, you must…MUST…hit the range with a purpose. Whether you use a trakman…which I suggest, (and I did) and just hit one club over and over and over until you can generally repeat something at the desired distance and general dispersion YOU want. Golf is not a game of makes, it’s a game of misses. You are NOT going to change or fix anything without putting in purposeful time or experimenting with a fix ure slice video in 10 minutes…cuz that’s all it’s going to work is 10 minutes! Just trying to be real…There’s a guy on here who posts as Craigers and I follow his journey on putting…this dude is putting in tons of work and in reading his posts, he has improved, probably drastically, but in his mind incrementally…but it takes time and work and he is working on HIS stroke and HIS grip and HIS tempo. All said…accept your limitations and what your body does, if you need to take a lesson from a well recommended pro…do so, work on your swing and your game…The easiest things to do in this game is to improve from a 100 player to a 90, from a 90 to an 80, from an 80 to maybe a 77. After that, it’s usually incremental and takes a ton of work and commitment. You will find you won’t be able to fix or Dx on the course…Good Luck!