How Club Face Contact Affects Compression


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This video studies compression in terms of where you hit the ball on the face of the club. Find out how you can change club face contact to reduce bad shots. You'll also learn about moment of inertia (MOI) to see how the stability of your club at impact determines how solidly you'll hit the ball.


Video Practice Points
  1. Center face contact gives maximum compression. 
  2. Shots off toe or heel cause face to twist and decrease compression.

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