Reader BillS writes:
In my opinion, the easiest (and cheapest) way to control distance would be to limit the size of the head. Back in the days of persimmon, there were guys who could hit it a mile but the small margin of error made bombing it a risk.
With giant heads, the bombers can swing for the fences without penalty.
So I'm curious what everyone thinks about the driver head's impact on the 10-yard PGA Tour increase since 2002 when the USGA and R&A drew the line in the sand (well, on paper anyway)?
Would regulating driver head size on the PGA Tour make a big difference?