I know this is going to come off as sounding argumentative, but I'm really just trying to clarify the information.
In the editors reply to me it was stated,
If you need a 7-iron, buy a 7-iron and drill it to react like a 7-iron. Don't drill the guts out of it and make it a 9-iron or wedge.
and in a different post the editor said,
The stacked leverage layout is used because that is the layout that gives each ball the maximum static imbalance. It will be the most flare and most total hook and will more easily display the properties of that ball.
In the case of the dry lane ball it sounds as if I'm being advised to do just what he warns against. Taking a dry lane ball and drilling it as if it were going to be used on oily lanes.
Isn't the stacked leverage drilling going to burn up the energy in the ball and reduce the hitting power. It sounds as if the heads on the test lanes weren't completely fried if there was still an oil line to play.
What I'm getting at is, I am also going to have just one ball to work with. I'm going to use it on dry lanes. According to the information given in the test articles my axis measurements are a tweeners. Is stacked leverage the best way to go on dry lanes?
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