Taylor Made R9, Fujikura Shaft X-Flex at 8.5 degrees.
Taylor Made Rescue, Fujikura Shaft X-Flex at 15 degrees and 42″.
Irons (2 thru 9)
2 iron Taylor Made Rescue 18 degree steel shaft. (3-9) Taylor Made Forged Blade Irons, Dynamic Gold Ultra Light x100 Shaft.
**All irons are 1 degree upright in lie angle and have standard loft.
Rac Black 47 degree, Dynamic Gold Ultra Light x100 Shaft.
Vokey Spin, milled 54 degree, Dynamic Gold Ultra Light x100 Shaft.
Vokey Spin Milled E-Grind, 60 degree, Dynamic Gold Ultra Light x100 Shaft.
**All wedges have standard lie angle
Odyssey White Hot XG#7.
Titliest Pro V1 X (2009)
Posts Tagged ‘blade’
One of the most important part of the golf swing is your takeaway and how you come into the ball through impact.
Unless you have a super-strong or super-weak grip, you will want to rotate your arms, hands, and the clubface so that the clubface points away from your body and shown here. (The blade of your clubface should be pointing straight up at the sky)
Why is this so important?
The correct takeaway allows the golfer to come into the ball without manipulating the hands. It also lets the golfer to unleash the rotated power.
Think of it this way.
Golf is not a game of vertical or horizontal, it’s a game of rotating naturally around your body.
In order for you to swing the club, you must turn your body sorta like you are shaking hands with the person on the right. Now, you wouldn’t shake hands with the back of your hand facing up or down, would ya?
The second most important position in golf is probably right after impact. You want to feel as though the triangle formed by your shoulders, arms, hands and the club are one, pounding into the center of the golf ball.
Here, I am only hitting a 30 yard pitch shot. Still, you can see that I’ve extended my whole upper body.
This impact position will only be possible to achieve if you have a correct takeaway.
It’s feels almost like a 2-handed basketball pass. But when you do it right, you will feel that both of your arms and hands are hitting the ball with “equal” force.
Try the takeaway and the impact position the next time you are on the range, you will hit the ball more consistently.
Justin Leonard has a great swing, let’s look at them in action.
Tim Clark is in the lead up to the 3rd round of this week’s PGA Tournament, Stanford St. Jude Championship, so let’s look at his swing.
Here’s a 15 yard pitch shot that you will get to use very often to save strokes around the green. For this shot, you will want to use a 60 degree lob wedge with no bounce. (Yes, try to get a lob wedge with no bounce)