TaylorMade's new drivers start out too fast for the rules of golf

www.popsci.com | 6/16/2019 | Staff
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A golf ball only stays on the club’s face for a fraction of a second, but that small amount of time determines the fate of the shot. “We’re trying to maximize the efficiency of the collision,” says Brian Bazzel, VP of Product Creation for TaylorMade. The USGA tests this variable with a pendulum-like device that measures the spring-like effect that occurs when the ball hits a club face. Despite its metal construction, the face...
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