A lot of this weeks sessions have involved measuring and understanding the “low point” of your club and swing – we have seen lots of improvement and gains, this has carried through to on course play too.
What is the Low Point?
Low point provides a different way of describing attack angle.
Low point is defined as being before or after impact.
First, find impact which is represented by the geometric center of the club head at the time of maximum compression. Then determine if the lowest point in the swing arc is before or after the geometric center of the club head.
Low point can create a strong visualization for the golfer
To hit up on the ball, the golfer must visualize the bottom of the swing arc occurring prior to the golf ball. To hit down on the ball, the golfer must visualize the bottom of the swing arc occurring after the golf ball
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