Today's Golfer (UK) - - American Golf -

Pic­ture a door clos­ing; nat­u­rally the outer edge is mov­ing faster than the part nearer the hinges. The same thing hap­pens with the ro­tat­ing club­face, the toe work­ing hard to get the club to square. Con­se­quently, a strike to­wards the toe takes im­pact to a faster-mov­ing part of the face.

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