Dynamic Loft: The Secret Weapon To Compressing Your Irons
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When we’re talking about compressing your irons, we’re talking about hitting your irons solid. And dynamic loft – or lowering your dynamic loft – matters more than anything else when it comes to compressing your irons. In this video I explain exactly what dynamic loft is, how you can check and see what sort of dynamic loft you have, and I teach you how to improve it.
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