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Question

In your 2007 Impact Zone book, you note that good drivers hit down on the ball. Is this still true?

Terry Saiki
February 06, 2017

Bobby’s Answer

Hi Terry,

Thanks for your question, and thanks for reading the book. The PGA Tour average for attack angle with the driver is -1.3 degrees, which would indicate that the answer to your question is yes!

Thanks!

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