Canterbury Golf Club and Daniel Maude & Paul Everard
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For the Novice & Casual Golfer
For golfers who are more inconsistent with their ball striking, or who have slower or slowing swing speeds, I look for a club head design on the Iron that: will have a slightly lower sweet spot on the face launching the ball higher with good spin; a hitting zone that will deliver near-maximum ball speed when the clubface strike was away from centre and towards the toe; and have a more stable head (resist twisting) when contact is made away from the centre (reducing the chance of a weak fade). When
I watch these golfers at a fitting, I am also looking at their hands. Do they need a club with heel weighting or do they need a club with offset? Getting those factors right can mean more walks toward a green for them with a Putter in their hand.