Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A club-shaped or club-like head.
- n. (golf) the head of the club which strikes the ball
“Future clubs could have more adjustability than the loft, lie or club-head face angle.”
“These clubs are hitting the market after an R&A rule change in 2008 allowed adjustability beyond club-head weight.”
“Following the static stretching protocol, participants had reduced club-head speed and consequently hit for shorter distances.”
“Researchers at Austin State University compared the effects of static and dynamic warm-up on a variety of golf measures: club-head speed, drive distance, drive accuracy, and consistency of ball contact.”
“Lieut. James Pace brought in the club-head wheat, which proved especially suited to inter-mountain climatic conditions.”
“He settled himself ostentatiously into his stance and placed his club-head stiffly on the ground three feet away from him.”
“It contained within its chamber a hoard of 101 axes of fibrolite and jadeite, 50 pebbles of a kind of turquoise known as _callaïs_, pieces of pottery, flints, and a peculiarly fine celt of jadeite together with a flat ring-shaped club-head of the same stone.”
“Grip firmly and evenly with the fingers -- not the palms -- of both hands, but let the wrists be flexible until the club-head comes to the ball.”
“Carter and I stood well away so as to escape a flying club-head.”
“So if you have a club-head speed of 77 miles an hour with a 6-iron and a ball speed of 91 m.p.h., then your smash factor is 1.18.”
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