It can be seen that the above several conditions can wear to the bottom of the golf club. After we have used the golf club for a period of time, normal wear of the club is allowed, and the normal wear should be the middle of the sole.
Under normal circumstances, hitting the ball with the toe of a golf club is likely to cause a squeeze, while hitting the ball with the root of the golf club fishing swivels is likely to cause a squeeze. If the toe of the golf club is worn out, it means that the grip is too low or the landing angle is too small, and the swing is too steep.
If you don’t pay attention to the tricks when using golf clubs, it is very easy to damage the club. But if the root is worn, there are two reasons, either the grip position is too low, or the landing angle is too large. If wear occurs, you can improve the hitting posture or find a professional to correct the club. What conditions can wear to the bottom of the golf club?