Golf Club Bounce is the angle formed between the leading and trailing edges of the bottom of your club, also referred to as the sole of your club. When you address a golf ball the club actually rests on the sole where most clubs have the number or name of club located. The bounce on each club is designed to create the least amount of resistance and increase the ease of hitting consistent shots. Golf Club Bounce is one of the keys to improving a clubs performance. The amount of bounce you need is dependent upon the playing conditions most frequently encountered and must be considered when purchasing your clubs. Touring professionals will own multiple sand wedges with varying bounce angles and change depending on the playing conditions which could include tight lies, hard ground, hard or wet sand, fluffy sand, thick rough and other conditions.
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