Post by dubiousgolfer on Apr 20, 2019 7:08:08 GMT -5
This is just a general query I have regarding clubshaft lag bend during PA3 release
Say PA3 is being released and a 'plan' view (ie. looking from above the golfer) shows a 'horizontal component' of the shaft bend as per image below.
From what I've read on Dave Tutelman's website , the lag bend and any 'rebound' effect will 'not' rotate with the shaft . So if we assumed that the lead forearm is perpendicular to that image (coming out of this page) and rotates anti-clockwise (as club moves towards impact on plane) , wouldn't the lag bend cause clubhead droop effect by impact? Especially if there isn't enough time for any shaft 'rebound' effect to take place by impact?
So will too much 'shaft lag bend' due to overactive PA3 release (with not enough time for 'rebound' effect ) cause the clubhead to droop by impact with a clubface pointing right of target?