Awesome slow mo of wedge shot
Great slow mo video of wedge shot, you can't believe how much the shaft bends just on this type of shot
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Reply : Thu 19th Nov 2009 13:18
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Reply : Thu 19th Nov 2009 13:36
Using the precision accuracy of a laser, four perfectly calibrated texture lines are milled between each groove, exactly to the conforming roughness limit. This breakthrough surface roughness application optimises ball-to-face friction and maximises spin under The Rules of Golf.
It's a spin milled wedge.
Reply : Thu 19th Nov 2009 15:13
Thats Govan at full speed!!!
Reply : Thu 19th Nov 2009 15:38
Without the six slower practice swings...
Reply : Thu 19th Nov 2009 22:02
Agreed, Chris and Paul, he certainly did not make correct contact.
Reply : Fri 20th Nov 2009 09:31
The ball is struck with a descending blow when using a wedge, because with the club being shorter the swing is more upright. If the ground is firm then a ball struck correctly will always have some degree of compression, but if the ground is soft it will not.
Personally I try and take the shot with the leading edge striking the ball at about 5 o'clock and with a shallow divot. This gives the most backspin .