Fix Your Impact Area

Tour Player’s Impact

When it comes to how far tour players hit the ball, the impact position is more important than clubhead speed. As a tour player reaches impact, they deloft the golf club by using their hands in a forward shaft lean. In fact, the average tour player delofts the club 4 degrees at impact.

Single-Digit Handicapper

At impact, the recreational golfer releases the club too early. Single-digit handicappers do not deloft the club like tour players do. Instead, they simply square the clubface with a slight forward shaft lean.

Double-Digit Handicapper:

Higher handicappers do not deloft the club at impact and are unable to square the clubface. These players typically add loft to the club because they release too soon.

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