Club face angle at the moment the club strikes the ball plays a very important part in ball flight, as Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology explains in his continuing analysis of ball flight laws.
Club face angle at the moment the club strikes the golf ball is 75 percent of the equation when it comes to the direction of ball flight. Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology explains that as golfers, we make athletic and instinctive adjustments to change our club face angle, but club face angle really isn’t that intuitive on this episode of Golf Smarter Tips.
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