Dear Members, Clients and Friends,

I hope many of you did get around to reading my inserts in previous newsletters between all the rugby, in which I started discussing certain correlations I see time and again on FlightScope technology, starting with the correlation between smash factor, distance and clubhead speed. Instead of writing out these long articles in future, I want to start presenting them in video format, so that I can literally talk to you.

The following two videos are my first two, it will get better with each one, but I don't think this is bad for a beginner! I shortly summarize the discussions about smash factor in the first video, followed by showing you some actual examples of this phenomenon from actual lessons on our FlightScope technology. Enjoy!
 



If you would like to discuss anything with me, or would like to have your smash factors measured, simply click here

Please read on below for some more useful information on some great wedge technology, as well as some solid advice on teeing it up with irons on par 3s.

Keep it on the fairways,

Erich

You’ve come this far, now get closer

 
 
 
 
 
Feel and forgiveness come together
Most cavity back wedges offer added forgiveness by sacrificing feel. Not the CBX 2. It helps you play tricky wedge shots more efficiently and more smoothly.
 
Got spin?
At the end of a round, take your wedges to the practice green and check your shot dispersion.
 
 
 
Getting closer now feels better
More weight has been moved to the toe, middling the center of gravity while a Gelback TPU insert reduces vibration. The result? Softer feel at impact.
 
It’s chip-off time
If you want to have more fun around the greens, improving your wedge play is key. Test your chipping skills with us.
Contact us >

Fix par 3 mistakes

 
 
 
Teeing your ball up on par 3s makes clean impact a bit easier, but go too high and you lose ball speed and land short of the green.
 
 
By teeing up too high you increase the chances of striking the ball high up on the club face and losing lots of ball speed.

So even if your club selection is spot on, you would still fall short of the green.
 
 
 

Next time you’re on the range take ten shots with the same club at the same target and note your average distance and dispersion.
 
 
 
Before you tee up at all, think about positioning yourself at a spot on the tee box that gives you the best angle into the green based on your natural shot pattern as well as the conditions.
 

 
Better course management
Swing improvement takes time, but good strategy brings immediate results. We’ll help you make better decisions on the golf course that will put you into more scoring positions.
Play 9 with us >




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