LOW POINT

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Pic­ture the club­head’s jour­ney as a cir­cle. In the ideal at­tack the low­est point of the arc needs to be driven be­low the ball, an at­tack that pro­pels it out on that cush­ion of sand. The bot­tom of the club’s arc falls un­der the ster­num. This is why ster­num sta­bil­ity is para­mount.

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