Fitting
What Exactly Is MOI, And Why Is It Significant In The Design Of Golf Clubs?
The Moment of Inertia (MOI) is crucial for golf club performance, as demonstrated by the Taylor Made Qi10 Max and Ping G430 10K drivers, boasting record-breaking MOI levels of 10000, with the Qi10 Max featuring Twist Face technology aiming to minimize off-center hits' negative effects and enhance forgiveness, ultimately providing golfers with improved stability, consistency, and straighter shots.
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Feb 15, 2024
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Ai-Powered Golf Clubs
Callaway have introduced their new range of drivers – all featuring Ai technology in the design. But is this just a sales pitch or marketing spin?
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Feb 8, 2024
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3 Key Trackman Parameters That Guarantee Better Putting
Achieving a 1.68 mph entry speed and a launch direction between -1 and +1 degrees on a three-meter putt, along with maintaining a Tempo number of two or greater, is crucial for improving putting performance and reducing putts per round.
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Jan 25, 2024
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What does lie angle mean, and how does it impact the trajectory of your golf shots?
Having the correct lie angle in your golf clubs is crucial for achieving consistent and accurate golf shots. The lie angle of a golf club refers to the angle between the shaft of the club and the ground when the club is at address.
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Jan 18, 2024
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Part Two: Are The Latest Drivers Superior To Their Older Counterparts? Will They Get You Greater Distance?
Smash factor measures the efficiency of energy transfer from the clubhead to the golf ball, influencing distance; while a new driver may not guarantee more distance on a perfect strike, technological advances enhance forgiveness for off-center hits.
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Nov 22, 2023
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Part one: Are The Latest Drivers Superior To Their Older Counterparts? Will They Get You Greater Distance?
Whether a new driver out performs your old one in distance depends on factors like club technology, loft fitting, shaft advancements, swing mechanics, custom fitting, club condition, and golf ball choice, emphasizing the need for testing and proper fitting to optimize performance.
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Nov 16, 2023
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Coaching
Shallow or Steep Chipping Angle: Which One Is Better?
When chipping in golf, it's generally recommended to use a shallow angle of attack, which allows for better control, consistency, backspin, and effective utilization of the club's bounce. Achieving a shallow angle of attack involves keeping your hands ahead of the clubhead, maintaining forward shaft lean, and practicing different techniques to suit your chipping style and course conditions.
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Nov 9, 2023
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Let’s Talk Grips
Grip size in golf club fitting is essential for control and consistency in a golfer's swing, with undersized grips leading to excessive hand and wrist action and potential hooks or slices, while oversized grips can limit feel and control; determining the right grip size involves considering hand size, finger length, and personal preference, and golfers should experiment with various grip sizes to find the most comfortable and effective option with the help of a PGA Professional club fitter.
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Oct 26, 2023
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