Thephysics of torque are not hard to understand. Push on a door and it swings around its hinges. The further away from the hinge the less push it takes to open the door.If we strike the golf ball some distance from where the club is attached, the club rotates around the point of attachment. When the shaft is attached so that the club contacts the ball right along the center-line of the shaft, the torque is eliminated. Straighter shots result.

Part of the fascination of golf is that it is a nice balance of ”not too easy” and “not too hard”. The most interesting courses have the most interesting challenges. If the carry over the water was really short  there would be no feeling of satisfaction  getting over it safely, if it was too hard.. but you know what we mean.
What is frustrating however is when some of the difficulty is built into the clubs. They are a big improvement over the ones used by Mary, Queen of Scots, and even the ones used by Bobby Jones. Jones and his contemporaries managed to play brilliant golf with equipment that had three major built in defects which made hitting the ball straight really difficult.

The 3 major defects in equipment that Jones conquered:

Wooden Shafts
Wooden shafts of that were used in the 1800s and 1900s lost their straightness and twisted from the centrifugal force of the swing, which made making a reproducible swing difficult.
Flawed Golfballs
The golf balls of the 1800s and 1900s were aerodynamically unstable.
Attachment Points
The offset of the head of the clubs from its attachment point brought into play a rotational force called torque which takes the ball away from its intended path and was particularly troubling for shots out of the rough where the grass amplifies the torque effect. 

Jones and his contemporaries deserve a lot of credit for their magnificent golf played with the equipment of their time. The gradual change to steel and graphite shafts eliminated the shaft twist problems. The continuing improvement in golf ball aerodynamics has been a big factor in making 300 yard drives common. Club head rotational torque was the last of these built- in problems remaining. ZeroTorque clubs eliminates that.

ZeroTorque clubs won’t do all the work. You still  have to swing them. You might not even notice what they are doing for you.  Driving the ball in the fairway can get boring. But look at your scorecard at the end of the round.  That never gets boring.

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Push on a door and it swings around its hinges. The further away from the hinge the less push it takes to open the door. If we strike the golf ball some distance from where the club is attached, the club rotates around the point of attachment. If you strike the ball at the point of attachment... Zero Torque!

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