Golf Club Components: Clubhead Muscleback An iron with the full back of the clubhead in place, unlike a cavity back. These are preferred by low-handicap players with the skill for more precision shots and better feel for the ball. Musclebacks are not known for being as forgiving, obviously, at least for the most part.
About Brian Hills
Brian has been in the Golf Industry since 2007. He has carried a single digit handicap for 14 years and competes in a number of tournaments in the Upper Midwest. Brian has Fitting Certifications from: Ping, Callaway, TaylorMade, Mizuno, Titleist, Cleveland, Cobra, and Bettinardi.
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Golf Club Components: Face The face, or clubface, is the area of the clubhead that is intended to strike the ball. For irons, the face includes grooves, or small channels within the face that impart spin on the ball. For irons, the face includes grooves, or small channels within the face that impart spin on the […]
Golf Club Specs: Parallel Shaft Tip The configuration of the bottom-end of a shaft is where the outside diameter does not change throughout the insertion area. A benefit of parallel tip shafts in irons is that manufacturing can use blanks to both tip and butt cut to achieve the desired length and flex for each […]
Golf Club Components: The Clubhead Of the three basic components of a golf club, — grip, shaft and clubhead — the clubhead is what changes most noticeably from club type to club type, and within each club type, as well. From the heads of metalwoods, which have greatly changed in size and materials since the […]
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