Golf Instructor Rich Greenwood Talks About the Importance of having a Square Club Face
07/24/2014

Agoura Hills, California – Rich Greenwood, Director of Instruction at Tour Golf in Agoura Hills, California talks about the importance of a square club face.

Online PR News – 24-July-2014 – Agoura Hills, California – Rich Greenwood, Director of Instruction at Tour Golf in Agoura Hills, California talks about the importance of having a square club face going back and through. He shows what truly is an open club face versus a square club face. He feels when the club head is pointing toe up on the takeaway the club head is actually open. Rich feels that the club head needs to be at a 45 degree angle which would put the club head perpendicular to the path on the takeaway.

Rich then describes the causes and effects of having an open versus square club face. He feels by having an open club face the body will have to stop or slow down into impact in order to square the club head up. Rich thinks by the club being at a 45 degree angle going back and perpendicular to the path the golfer has a better chance at using their body to square the club up at impact thus promoting straighter longer shots. Rich then uses Adam Scott as an good example of a player that has a square club face back and through.

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