By Jaacob Bowden

Second, assuming that you hit the ball in the sweet spot, your ball should curve when there is a difference between where the clubface is pointing and the direction of the swing path.

If the clubface is open to the swing path, the ball will curve away from you (left to right curvature, cut, or slice for a right hander).

If the clubface is closed to the swing path, the ball will curve back towards you (right to left curvature…

Read the rest of what Jaacob has to say about The Clubface to Swing Path Relationship Determines Ball Curvature in the May 2014 Monthly Handicap Improver here:

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