You are just not swinging the club down on the same line that you are bringing it back on, you could be coming over the top slightly, or you could be pulling the club to the outside and swinging down on the same line, therefore causing you to hit it off the heel. One thing you could do is address the ball with the toe of the club, this should help you hit it out of the middle.
Hitting a ball far depends mainly the loft a club has, club head speed and hitting it square on the face. But longer length makes your club head speed higher to hit it farther but you lose control.
A golf club is the equipment that is used to hit a golf ball. There are different types of golf clubs depending on the type of ground you are hitting the ball from.
The main reason for hitting the golf ball off the toe of the club is that the golfer is turning his body too soon during the swing, pulling the body and the club away from the ball. Lifting of the golfers head before hitting the ball can also contribute to the problem.
One of the causes of this is an inaccuracy in your swing. What you could be doing here is bringing the club slightly to the outside as you swing back and therefore the corresponding motion in your downswing is causing the club back down along that outside path therefore hitting the ball with the heel of the club. What you could do here is either slow your swing down and try and regroove it properly, or at address have the ball set up inline with the toe, this will cause you to hit the middle of the club even if you bring your swing to the outside. This is a simple fix which even some PGA Tour pros use.
You did not give the speed of the club head. You did not give the weight of the club head. You did not tell if the golfer was hitting an English Ball or an American Ball. You did not give the compression of the ball. You did not give the type of the material in the club head. You did not tell the type of shaft.
Most likely because you deceled the club speed before you hit it, so when you hit the ball it doesn't have enough momentum to avoid hitting your club again.
air resistance or drag gravity three force vectors applied at the moment of the club hitting the ball
A golf ball can be hit farther by using more strength. A golf ball can also be hit harder by using the right club and hitting the ball with the wind.
Hitting the toe? You just need to try and groove your swing so you can hit the sweet spot or centre of the club. To get the ball up in the air, it may sound silly, you need to hit down on the ball. All the pros hit down on the ball to compress it and get it up in the air, the loft of the club is all that is needed to get the ball up.
because its a hazard and in the rule book section 13-4, it says you cant touch the hazard with your club prior to hitting the ball.
A common form of minshit is the slice. This involves hitting the ground with the club before the ball. This causes the ball to fly high up into the air.
As in club? A 7 iron up. But as in type, an oversized iron with a low centre of gravity, this will help get the ball in the air, and therefore get the ball to stop on the green quicker.
The golf ball didn't spark, but it is very possible that you did see a spark. This happens when tiny tiny stones and even pieces of sand come in contact with the bottom of the club when you are hitting the ball. This will only have happened on clubs made from titanium such as drivers and some fairway woods.
A putter... It's designed for short, accurate shots - usually to aim the ball at the hole.
Under normal circumstances, with your ball in the sand, if you touch the sand with your club and are not in the process of making a stoke (the downward motion of the club with the intention of hitting the ball) you incur a penalty for testing the sand. But since Tiger's ball was NOT in the sand when his club hit the sand he was not penalized. I think...please correct me if I'm wrong.
the mass of the ball and club and the velocity of the club
Possible causes: 1. Too far away from ball. 2. "Flinching", or bringing your hands and arms in to your body at impact. Possible fix: 1. Stand closer or 2. Address the ball on the heel. Coming over the top is the cause of this problem. When the club approaches the ball from outside the ball-to-target line it will travel too much to the inside after impact. This is called an out-to-in swing path and is also at the same time very steep. The only part of the clubface that can contact the ball is the toe end. This happens all too often when a player uses his bigger muscles (especially the shoulders)and swings too hard at the ball causing an in-to-out path. To correct this problem and shallow out the plane. Stand with your feet together and make shorter swings (7 iron) with mostly the arms and make sure that you hinge your wrists in the back and through swings. This will give you a better feel for he clubhead and teach you how to swing the clubhead through the ball rather than hitting at it. You will be very surprised how far you can hit the ball with this drill and how much easier it is to hit the middle of the club. Effortless power is the secret and not powerless effort!
This is the perfect way to do it. This is how you hit the ball straighter and compress the ball better. When you turn your wrists over you are squaring the club face, if you didn't turn the club face over you would just hit big blocks. And as you are hitting down on the ball you are creating compression, this is how a golf ball is meant to be hit and this is why you are getting more distance. Look at the pros on tv, they compress the ball so well, that's why you see huge divots.
MOI is moment of inertia, and this is basically the golf club heads resistance to twisting. It applies to woods and drivers. When you hit a golf ball, the weight of the golf ball causes the quickly open and close many times. The more resistant the club head is to twisting the straighter the clubface will stay and obviously the straighter the ball will go.
The club may strike the ball in such a way as to induce it to spin. This affects the aerodynamics of the ball, and can cause its path to curve.
When you hit the ball thin you usually have caught the ball with the leading edge of the club rather than on the face. It causes the ball to be launched lower, it usually goes a bit farther and you have no control over the ball. Some people say "Thin to win" and it works... sometimes.
Golf uses a wedge. A wedge is a type of golf club and golfers mainly use it for hitting the golf ball out of the bunker. (sand pit).
by hitting it with a golf club