How do golf clubs affect the distance of a ball?
The higher the golf club number, the more loft, the more intense the angle on the golf club face, which means the golf ball will travel higher, but for a shorter distance. As you may be learning, physics plays a significant role in a golf game, and choosing the appropriate clubs for the right shot is extremely important.
What do the stiffness labels on shafts mean?
Two shafts, the Project X and the Project X LZ are both labeled 6.0. The EI measurement clearly shows these shafts have different stiffness. Once again, we see that stiffness labels on shafts show the difference in shaft stiffness within models not between models. Now, let’s loop back to butt frequency and add another shaft to this chart.
What are the Golf Club distances by number and type?
What Are The Golf Club Distances by Number and Type? 1 2 Iron – The golf ball will travel far, not as high 2 9 Iron – The golf ball will travel very high, but not very far 3 3 Wood – The golf ball will travel farther 4 5 Wood – The golf ball will travel higher
What do the numbers on golf clubs mean?
Now that you are more familiar with the types of golf clubs, what about the golf club numbers? Golf club numbers refer to the loft, which is the angle of the golf club face. When you adjust the loft, you are changing the height and distance the golf ball will travel when struck.