FAQ

# How to take a divot after the ball

## Where is the center of a golf club?

Essentially, CG is the point at which an object (in this case a golf club head) is perfectly balanced. The CG of a golf club head is typically very close to the center of the head, as you’d expect, but the exact CG location is extremely important. Any minute changes in CG can have a drastic effect on performance.

## Why am I driving the ball so high?

Hitting the ball extra high with the driver is generally a sign of too much backspin. This can often be chalked up to your equipment, other times to your swing, and sometimes traced to a simple flaw in your setup.

## What is MOI in golf?

An acronym, MOI stands for “moment of inertia.” MOI is measured in grams per centimeter squared and shows how much resistance a clubhead has to twisting. The more resistance it has, the higher the MOI reading and, importantly for golfers, the more forgiving the club will play.

## Where is the sweet spot on a wedge?

First things first – what is the sweet spot on a golf club? Basically, this is the spot on the face where the greatest transfer of energy is going to occur between the club and the ball. Usually, it is near the middle of the club face, often just a little bit below the actual center.

## Where is the center of a golf club?

Essentially, CG is the point at which an object (in this case a golf club head) is perfectly balanced. The CG of a golf club head is typically very close to the center of the head, as you’d expect, but the exact CG location is extremely important. Any minute changes in CG can have a drastic effect on performance.

## Why am I driving the ball so high?

Hitting the ball extra high with the driver is generally a sign of too much backspin. This can often be chalked up to your equipment, other times to your swing, and sometimes traced to a simple flaw in your setup.

## What is MOI in golf?

An acronym, MOI stands for “moment of inertia.” MOI is measured in grams per centimeter squared and shows how much resistance a clubhead has to twisting. The more resistance it has, the higher the MOI reading and, importantly for golfers, the more forgiving the club will play.

## Where is the sweet spot on a wedge?

First things first – what is the sweet spot on a golf club? Basically, this is the spot on the face where the greatest transfer of energy is going to occur between the club and the ball. Usually, it is near the middle of the club face, often just a little bit below the actual center.

## Which clubs should take a divot?

First – you should make a divot with every club in your bag besides your driver (off the tee) and your putter. Why – it may seem obvious, but the driver and putter are the only clubs that the club is moving up at impact. All other clubs, the club head should be moving down.

## What does a good divot look like?

The divots should be relatively square with the same shallow depth from start to finish. Ideal divots are a rarity at first. A lot of recreational players start their divots behind or in front of the line. They point too far left or right.

## How do hybrids get hot?

Swing Tips: How to Hit a Hybrid

1. BACK IT UP. Letting the ball creep too far forward in your stance makes it difficult to hit down on the ball. …
2. BE NARROW-MINDED. You don’t need a wide base. …
3. SWING EASY, HIT FAR. Hybrids are longer than most approach-shot clubs, but that’s not your cue to step on the gas. …
4. PRESS FOR SUCCESS.

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