clubface

club·face

 (klŭb′fās′)
n.
The surface on the head of a golf club used to strike the ball directly.

clubface

(ˈklʌbˌfeɪs)
n
(Golf) the face of a golf club
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clubface angle, swing path measurement, ball/club tracking and trajectory analysis
I've played a lot of golf since then, just finding the middle of the clubface again," and I've been chipping and putting basically since it happened, with my protective boot on.
The lines on the clubface are to impart spin on the ball for a controlled flight.
And at the 18th, he pulled his tee shot into water and shouted: "It's f*** bull***" before complaining to his caddie Ted Scott that there had been water on his clubface.
The PSP Golf pitching wedge, whose clubface is approximately sixty-six percent smaller than a traditional pitching wedge, has a standard loft of 48 degrees, and comes in regular and stiff shafts.
I hit it a little too hard but it felt really good coming off the clubface," he said.
I pretty much knew that finishing par, par, the tournament was pretty much mine, and then just making sure I kept the tee shot dry on 18 and I hit a great second shot with a six iron, and once the ball came out of the clubface, I knew that I was pretty much done.
CHANCES "It was coming straight out of the middle of the clubface all day and when you are hitting it like that you just have to try to take as many chances as you can.
During the season constant usage can change the loft and lies, especially the mid-short irons and grips get worn and can be shiny making it difficult to control the clubface at impact.
First ensure the clubface of your sand wedge is open at the start and you keep your weight on your front foot because your clubhead needs to be descending when it enters the sand three to four inches behind the ball.
He's on the verge of being the greatest player of all time and he hasn't a clue how to put the clubface on the ball right now.
He's one of the greatest players of all time and he hasn't a clue how to put the clubface on the ball right now," the Express.