Thanks for your note. That’s the goal, let your body figure it out!
Have a great day,
First try = grounder
Second try = perfect
My body figured it out. The club requires shaft lean and one compress the ball first into the ground. I can't wait to hit some more shots with it. Great practice club.
It doesn't require any more shaft lean. It requires excellent timing and the right amount. How much? 5-8 degrees makes the tool work well.
Your body will figure it out!!
Keep me in the loop!
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From Clayton [
Sent: Wed 9/16/2009 1:49 PM
To: Martin Chuck
Subject: RE: Tour Striker vs. Tour Striker Pro
I just received the Tour Striker Pro and can't wait to hit it.
Does this club require more shaft lean and a steeper angle of attack to hit it properly as opposed to the Tour Striker? I would assume that it does, however, I could be wrong.