and you're purposely mis-hitting it that way.
I don't understand why you would intentionally not use the sweet spot of the club to sacrifice distance and control.
I would think you'd lose more by teeing it lower and mis-hitting it, than you would by hitting a proper shot through the wind, but that's just me.
No i still hit it properly i just have it at normal tee height and square my shoulders more so it doesnt go as high compared to if i was hitting with the wind.. If i tee it low i hit down on it which creates more spin resulting in a ballooning ball flight that goes no where.