As golf club technology and fitting tools have evolved, a new recipe for optimizing distance has emerged – high launch with low spin. But did you know that, on average, players on the PGA Tour strike their drives with a negative angle of attack? As Dave Phillips and J.J. Van Wezenbeeck explain, there are better groups of golfers to emulate in the search for speed. And there are also many “outside the box” techniques and equipment modifications to try that you won’t often see on the PGA Tour.
TS Speed Stories: Attack Angle and a Better Golf Model for Gaining Distance
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