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What is the difference between offset woods and regular woods?

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offset woods are designed to give the golfer a different angle of attack that differs from the regular woods. A golfer who has trouble getting his/her shots of the ground with woods, should try the offsets. offsets help the ball come off the face with a higher trajectory.

NO, offset woods, help people who have a problem slicing the ball, hit it straighter. They slice because the clubface has not squared up yet at impact, so the offset in the hosel allows the clubface that split second longer to square up before contacting the ball which will allow them to hit it a little straighter.

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