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Maximum workability and distance control
Designed for highly skilled golfers
As the length of the blade increases from heel to toe, the MOI about the CG also increases creating a more forgiving clubhead.
As the length of the blade increases from heel to toe, the MOI about the shaft axis also increases, meaning it will take more force to rotate the clubface to square. To counter this effect, the offset of a longer blade must be greater allowing the face to return to square more easily.
TOP RAIL THICKNESS
The thickness of the top rail has the optigraphic effect of balancing the proportions of a club head.
As the sole widens, the CG moves deeper in the club head creating more dynamic loft and a higher launch. A wider sole will increase the playable bounce (all things being equal) making it less likely to dig into the turf.