- Oct 8, 2008
- Reaction score
- Where the THP Tour Van Takes Us!
Not necessarily a robot, but the wedge itself. For instance I can hit a wedge and make it spin or not spin depending on how I hit it. But when looking at the wedge itself, why do we hear that X wedge spins more than Y wedge or that Z wedge does not spin like Y wedge if their are so few variables?So are we talking about a robot making the shots to compare against? I would think that the player would be the determining factor. Look at Tour Pros. Some of them can spin the ball much better than others. I think it's how we play the game that is the key to how much spin we each impart on the ball.
Since most feel forging is softer, wouldnt it dull them too quickly then too?I think he was speaking to the creation of the grooves during the forging process. If I remember right they forge them to a level that doesn't require them to grind/mill the grooves into the face. I'm not sure that makes them any spinnier though. In the end it's still a max spec groove right?