How Attack Angle Affects Compression


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Ever notice how the PGA Tour pros take razor thin divots? That's exactly what you want. This video focuses on how your angle of attack affects compression. Learn how to hit the ball with a slightly descending angle of attack and stop chunking the ball or hitting it thin!


Video Practice Points
  1. Shallow angle of attack improves compression by decreasing spin loft
  2. Looking for razor thin divots with proper angle
  3. With driver we are looking for -1 AOA and -5 AOA with a wedge, gradually steepening will the shorter the club

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