For a couple of years now, CG (center of gravity) has been a buzz word when talking about the technology in metal woods, but one thing that is not often discussed is how the movement of it benefits the golfer and more importantly, what impact does it have on other characteristics like moment of inertia.
Odds are you have seen charts with CG placements labeled all over the place or watched ads that feature CG location, but what does that all mean? To get to the bottom of all of it, THP TV went to see Mike Yagley, from Cobra PUMA Golf, and ask the questions that people want to know in this fascinating episode of Tech Talk.
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