September 11, 2016
“Well, I must say after putting the rake wedges into many of my students hands over last few months, technology is winning over the technique with what we term the “scoopers” or “chilli dippers” in the golf public. The wedges definitely arrest the problems of head leading the shaft at impact and momentum loss through ground interaction. The head enters the sand or turf earlier through the slight onset nature of the face, therefore the scoop nature off path at impact is solved through earlier contact. So the head before impact has a greater chance of trailing the shaft, which is the key to consistent contact with ball.
Secondly, I am amazed at how the head retains momentum and acceleration while interacting with sand or turf. This has helped all the students to carry the ball further and create more spin from greenside bunkers and rough around the greens. The quality of the shots that a novice can achieve through theses benefits through impact is astonishing and would take years to perfect with traditional teaching and practice. The ball flies high and long and stops quickly, which is the definition of whats needed for most golfers. Also, because of the acceleration ease through unique rail sole, bad contact shots even achieve a greater outcome.”
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September 27, 2017
I’ve been playing golf for around 30 years, but have only bothered with a handicap and playing club competition golf in the last 10 years.