Stared different prepare

In terms of accuracy, the most important of these three is Club Length, followed by lie and loft.

For every quarter inch by which you miss the sweet spot on your club, you lose about 5 Yards in distance. Miss it by half inch and you lose 10 yards; three-quarters inch, 15 yards, and so forth.

Conversely, if you can gain enough control of the head to hit the ball even a quarter inch closer to the sweet spot, you will gain back all the yardage you think you are losing by using a shorter shaft. This, by the way, is the reason most people do end up hitting shorter-length drivers farther. They’re simply hitting closer to the sweet spot more often because the shorter club is easier for them to control and thus improve shot consistency.

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Stared different prepare

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