AMATEURS FREQUENTLY HIT OUTSIDE THE CENTER OF THE FACE ON THEIR METAL WOOD APPROACH SHOTS FOR MUCH HIGHER SCORES.
“Amateurs hit outside the center of the clubface approximately 50% of the time that results in a significant loss of distance, missed greens and higher scores,” says Kay McMahon, PGA teaching pro and Hall of Fame instructor.
For example, approximately 43-59% of amateurs’ fairway wood and hybrid approach shots land short of the green
(see chart of a study of 6 million rounds below), which according to short game guru Dave Pelz results in a bogey or worse 80-90% of the time.
However, with our 3-Trampoline Face Technology that provides the largest
Sweet Spot permitted by the 2016 USGA Equipment Rule change, amateurs’ approach shots hit across the entire face will have the same distance for more greens in regulation and lower scores.
So, instead of working on your takeaway, your position at the top and downswing, you can lower your scores without any swing change if you play with High Heat
257+- - the only brand that takes advantage of the USGA Equipment Rule change.