This video examines how cutting down your driver, without factoring in other variables, can cause it to change flex and not play as it was fit or intended.
Check out previous installments of “Club Building 101” below!
- Club Building 101: Understanding epoxy
- Club Building 101: How to properly fit ferrules
- Club Building 101: Counterbalancing golf clubs
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Nobody likes playing golf with a bad back; especially when your swing puts unwanted strain on it! It completely does not have to be this way. When you understand how the human machine works, you will wonder why the resistance way of swinging was ever concocted at all. Find out in this video how to get more power with less effort and no strain whatsoever on the back and joints.
Davies: How control the right hand at impact
Alistair Davies shows you how to work the right hand correctly through the hitting zone with a great drill and concept.
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