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Golf Tip

Posted by Cobb on August 1, 2012 at 4:02 AM

New Golf Clubs Come Out Every Year With New Technology To Improve Your Game

One club that can help lower scores is the wedge. In the golf shop, we offer many varieties of wedges with different degrees of bounce. There is always the question of “What is bounce and what degree of bounce is right?” Bounce is a measurement in degrees of the angle from the front edge of a club’s sole to the point that actually rests on the ground at address. Bounce angle is most commonly applied to wedges. High bounce, fourteen degrees or higher, is good for tall grass, deep rough, and fluffy sand. Standard bounce, ten degrees to fourteen degrees, is good for normal to soft conditions or for those that leave shallow divots. Low bounce, zero to ten degrees, is good for tight lies, fairway shots, and tight compacted sand.

Cobb

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