In a context of natural surroundings and a landscape that is unique in the world, at the foot of the Matterhorn, we find the development designed by Architect Luigi Rota Caremoli. Aerial photos of golf courses point out the risks involved along the route, the position of each putting hole and green, and provide an impression of the differences in elevations right through the course. Designing golf clubs with concept of low center of gravity enables hitting the golf ball high into the air as the weight is shifted to the club bottom. There may even be a practice course (often shorter and easier to play than a full-scale course), where players may measure the distance they can obtain with a specific club, or in order to improve their swing technique.
At the end of the day, the clubs that are right for you will only be found by trying out a wide variety and seeing which suits you best. But for those who have problem in the hitting golf ball high in the air, lower center of gravity plays major role in improving their game.
Being tired and out of breath on the golf course motivated me to become more physically active and to spend several days a week working out throughout the year. Once again, experimenting with different clubs is the only way to know which is right for you. Eric’s award winning instruction combines the latest technology with a clear approach to the fundamentals of golf.
This season, the club will direct a major expansion of the practice facility designed by noted course architect Ken Kavanaugh. With golf being a form of outdoor recreation, the strong designer is an adept student of natural landscaping who understands the aesthetic cohesion of vegetation, water bodies, paths, grasses, stonework, and woodwork, among other elements. Some golf courses in Greater Phoenix—such as Troon North and We-Ko-Pa —occupy desert landscapes where civilization feels a world away.
Tungsten golf clubs pay more attention towards low center of gravity as tungsten is considered heavier that steel and tungsten allows golf club to have more weight. There are other standard forms of terrain in between, such as the fairway, rough (long grass), sand traps, and hazards (water, rocks, fescue) but each hole on a course is unique in its specific layout and arrangement.