A crisp and dry grip does not provide good performance. Hitting the ball with your toe can easily lead to a right curve. For example, if your No. If you have these problems, you should consult a professional to correct the club or hitting posture. Loft angle is equally important. Hitting the ball with the root can easily lead to a slick. Choose the size and model that suits you. If there is a problem with the root and toe of the club head, this implies either a problem with the swing or a problem with the club assembly. Because of its strong technicality, it should be checked in a repair shop.
Maintenance of face and sole: Face wear can be caused by many reasons. Conversely, if wear occurs on the toes, it means that the landing angle is too small or the grip position is too low, and the swing is too steep. The simple way to maintain the grip is to clean it carefully after each round of the game. Maintenance of loft angle and landing angle: The important technical parameters for evaluating club performance are: loft angle and landing angle. It is recommended to choose a suitable model and let a skilled technician replace it for you. In addition to daily maintenance, you should also learn to correctly evaluate your grip status. The grip marks on the grip are not suitable for your hand, or the shaft fails to reach the top end will cause problems. Then, check that the grip is perpendicular to the face. iron has a low loft angle and your No.The daily maintenance of golf club equipment is very important to prevent damage to the equipment and protect it.
If there are signs of separation between the ferrule and the club head, you should pay attention to whether there is a problem. If so, it means that the shaft is still combined with the head, but it has just begun to loosen. If you have arthritis or have large palms, it is recommended to choose an oversized model. If it is not vertical, the looseness is already severe. Check, do you have such a club? When the club is concentrated on tree roots, hard turf or other hard things, it may affect the loft angle and landing angle. The direct result is that the grip is ’aging’ in advance, and its performance is greatly compromised. There are many models of shafts available on the market. Even if there is no problem, you can consider replacing the shaft if necessary. It is common that the gap between each club in each set is 3-5°. 6 iron has a large loft angle, the shot distance may be the same.
A proper landing angle helps to keep swinging. In addition to the daily maintenance of golf club equipment, regular maintenance is also required, so as to better protect the equipment and extend the use time of the equipment. Changing the shaft can improve performance, increase stability, increase accuracy and extend the hitting distance. For this reason, you should always check the shaft for straightness, bends fishing snap or other damage. It is recommended to change the grip once a year. Root wear shows the opposite problem. As long as the landing angle is one degree difference, it will cause the ball to be hit right or left. The way to check the shaft is to place the club flat on a workbench or table and observe whether it is straight. The cleaning method is very simple.
At this time, you will notice that the performance and touch of the club are enhanced. In addition, the weight of the grip is also very important, the available grip is usually between 38-64 grams. If wear occurs at the root, it means that the landing angle is too large or the grip position is too low. Toe wear indicates that the shaft is too short, or the player is standing too far from the ball. Here is an introduction to the daily maintenance items of golf club equipment: Grip maintenance: Many golfers cannot maintain the grip properly. Too light or too heavy grips will affect swing weight, balance and feel.