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I liked Rory talking about keeping it shallow. I think a lot of people imagine steep as really steep. Trackman has a PW attack angle at 5 degrees. Pitch shots you probably want less than 5-degrees. 

Here is 5 degrees, the dashed line. It isn't much at all. 

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People probably need to feel like the club is stupidly shallow if they hit it really steep. 

Some good tidbits of information though. 

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1 hour ago, saevel25 said:

I liked Rory talking about keeping it shallow. I think a lot of people imagine steep as really steep. Trackman has a PW attack angle at 5 degrees. Pitch shots you probably want less than 5-degrees. 

Here is 5 degrees, the dashed line. It isn't much at all. 

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People probably need to feel like the club is stupidly shallow if they hit it really steep. 

Some good tidbits of information though. 

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2 hours ago, saevel25 said:

Trackman has a PW attack angle at 5 degrees. Pitch shots you probably want less than 5-degrees.

Ooh, I don't know about that. I've hit flop shots that are 6-7° down. The more you widen the spin loft the less ball speed you put into the ball.

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