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Podcast Segment On Launch Angle From The Economist

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This piece is so very British. There is a bit on stiff wrists, which made me double take. Jump to 15:00 in the podcast for the start. If you've been following DeChambeau, nothing you already don't know. I multitasked while listening so half listening, but they didn't explain why higher is better I think.


A bulked-up Bryson DeChambeau has discovered how to clobber the ball without sacrificing loft


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