The Importance of Finding the Sweet Spot

From Trillium Rose On May 25, 2021
One of the most frequently overlooked ingredients to hitting quality golf shots is center-face contact. The location on the face of the club where you contact the golf ball is critically important. Yes,... today's golf clubs are much more forgiving than they used to be, but shots hit out of the center of the face are still significantly more powerful and accurate than those hit mere millimeters from the sweet spot. Missing the center of the face is the equivalent of nubbing a baseball off the end of the bat or volleying a tennis ball off the racket frame instead of the strings.

The good news is that center face contact is a skill that you can build and in this video, Titleist staff member Trillium Rose details some common pitfalls to avoid as you begin to work on this ball striking fundamental.


Give Trillium's pointers a try and see how improving the quality of your contact will instantly boost the zip and consistency of all your golf shots.
One of the most frequently overlooked ingredients to hitting quality golf shots is ... center-face contact. The location on the face of the club where you contact the golf ball is critically important. Yes, today's golf clubs are much more forgiving than they used to be, but shots hit out of the center of the face are still significantly more powerful and accurate than those hit mere millimeters from the sweet spot. Missing the center of the face is the equivalent of nubbing a baseball off the end of the bat or volleying a tennis ball off the racket frame instead of the strings.

The good news is that center face contact is a skill that you can build and in this video, Titleist staff member Trillium Rose details some common pitfalls to avoid as you begin to work on this ball striking fundamental.


Give Trillium's pointers a try and see how improving the quality of your contact will instantly boost the zip and consistency of all your golf shots.
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