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The DST Compressor 8 Iron warm up club comprises all aspects of the DST patent pending technology. The scientifically curved shaft replicates the shape of a normal shaft under its maximum load during impact, the DST Compressor forces you into a position where your hands lead the club face through impact and control it until after the ball has been struck. The curved shaft combined with the amended sole angle and Hand Position Alignment Marker (HPAM) enables you to locate a set up position and practice returning the club to the same position through impact every time. The DST Compressor forces you to feel the same movements and sensations as the greatest ball strikers in history and develop a repeatable, reliable movement through impact. The DST Compressor forces you to locate, train and perfect the optimal impact position.
Mens Club Length: 37" (measured along the shaft axis)
Ladies: 35.5" (measured along the shaft axis)
Junior Club Length: 32.5" (measured along the shaft axis)
Club Head Design Loft: 37 degrees
Club Head Dynamic Loft: 27 degrees
Lie Angle: 62 degrees
Mens Swing Weight: D2
Ladies Swing Weight: C4
Shaft Flex: Uniflex Steel
Shaft Tip Diameter: 0.370"
Grip: Rubber Round
The sole of DST clubs have been designed to be wide and flat, so when a player sets up in a conventional address position and then pushes their hands forwards the sole of the club will orientate itself horizontally to the ground due to the designed forward hosel lean. In this position the club has been designed so that Hand Position Alignment Marker (HPAM - the groove which runs at an angle down the front of hosel) will point towards the players eyeline. In addition the HPAM will also appear to be aligned with the leading groove on the club head. In this position the leading groove and the HPAM appear to be a continuation of the same line from the players perspective, the player will have located a set up position where the club shaft and their leading arm will be aligned with the center of the club head arc (their lead shoulder). From this position the player should make their normal swing and return the club to the same hand position through impact.