Angle of attack, or where the shaft of the golf club is in relation to the club head, is one of the fundamental variables in ball flight laws, as Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology explains.
The next time you are trying to be present during a golf shot, imagine you are looking down on your shot from above. Where is the shaft of the club in relation to the club head? On this episode of Golf Smarter Tips, angle of attack, as Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology says, is absolutely necessary to understanding ball flight laws — and it is a problem that can render the loft on that 7-iron irrelevant.
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