clubhead


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  • noun

Synonyms for clubhead

(golf) the head of the club which strikes the ball

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The Company's patented 360-degree Variable Undercut Channel has been redesigned to allow for a sleek clubhead design with a thinner topline and a new sole design for greater playability.
In addition, there is a clean transition from the face to the top of the club and this helps make clubhead alignment easier at address.
In a golf club, torque is essentially the degree to which the clubhead twists and turns during the downswing, determining its position at impact.
A thermoplastic shaft sleeve is bonded between the clubhead and shaft to absorb stress during impact.
Big Bertha Fusion Fairway Woods use multiple materials in the design and construction of the clubhead, resulting in unprecedented stability and playability.
The ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers feature an innovative five-part clubhead design: A forged face, hot-formed sole, hot-formed crown, precision weight chip and an internal suspended hosel.
The body of the clubhead is so light, it frees up 44 grams of discretionary weight -- nearly a quarter of the weight of the entire clubhead -- which is distributed inside various parts of the head to benefit golfers' unique swing types and ball flights.
The ERC II Forged Titanium Drivers feature an innovative five-part clubhead design: A forged face, hot-formed sole and crown, a precision weight chip and an internal suspended hosel.
Subtle curves designed into the Big Bertha Titanium 454 Driver give the clubhead a surprisingly compact look at address, inspiring confidence reinforced time and again by a consistently powerful performance.
Our proprietary design specifications for the ERC II driver's forged titanium clubhead are more complex than any we have ever encountered in mass production," Mr.
Additional yardage can be achieved either through added clubhead speed -- a difficult proposition for most golfers -- or through added ball speed.
One key that establishes a smooth speed and good rhythm is to feel you are dragging the clubhead away from the ball lazily as it brushes the top of the grass.
Provided that a player can make a solid impact with the club in a good position, swings through on a good line and approaches the ball on the correct angle, there is no reason not to try and improve one's clubhead speed for shots that fly high and long.
A ball hit well with a driver with an average clubhead speed of 90mph will on average travel 203 yards at four degrees but 211 yards at 27 degrees.