club·​face | \ ˈkləb-ˌfās \

Definition of clubface

: the forward striking surface of a clubhead

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From there, hit balls with only your trail hand on the club to feel the same rhythm and sequencing that occurs as the clubface drops through gravity in a pendulum motion. Southland Golf, Orange County Register, "A helping hand," 1 Mar. 2017 When that happens, the flow of the swing is compromised and the path and clubface angle could be altered. Southland Golf, Orange County Register, "Easy does it," 1 Mar. 2017 Those can include a bad turn, pivot or weight shift; a lack of clubhead speed; bad swing path; an open or closed clubface at impact; or the dreaded chicken wing through impact. Southland Golf, Orange County Register, "A baseball swing drill can help improve your distance on the golf course," 30 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of clubface

1878, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of clubface was in 1878

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