So, was hitting at a local simulator and was hitting a 60 yard approach over water with a Lob Wedge. 3/4 swing landed me back of the green right where I wanted. After it landed though it had so much backspin it came screaming all the way back across the green 15 yds and rolled into the water. Now I have never in my life hit a real approach shot that got any significant backspin at all, so I'm kinda doubting the simulator. So, I retake the shot, and get the same result, 2 more times. Then I look up at the stats after the last shot and I see the simulator is telling me there was 15,000 RPMs of backspin on the ball. So, questions: Is that RPM even plausible in real life or is this a symptom of hitting off artificial turf covered plywood? How would I stop hitting it with so much backspin? Thanks for the feedback!
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15,000 RPM Backspin? C'mon... no way