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The 'Ojee Angle' (DIF°) Explained

The ‘Ojee Angle’ (DIF°) is the angle created between the spine line and the club shaft.

Professional golfer and Physics Major Bryson DeChambeau is well known for not only being a great golfer, but also that his club shafts are cut to the same length – effectively meaning that he has one swing for all his clubs, with the only variable being the loft and lie of the club head. A standard set of clubs have varying shaft lengths with 3 irons, driving irons and fairway woods being the longest and 9 irons, wedges being the shortest.

So how does the 'Ojee Angle' work?

 

 

Wouldn't it be great to have one swing for every club in your bag? At Ojee, we believe you can, and here's how;

The above image shows the golfer setting up with both a Driver and a 7 iron, the TALON is displaying his Set-up angles (Spine - , Club Shaft - , Ojee Angle - DIF° and the rotation of the Club Face - ).

Assuming that this golfer has determined through practice or with his Pro that his optimum set-up gives him an Ojee Angle (DIF°) of 105°, he can apply that figure to each club in his bag. Pivoting from the hip (P) and adjusting the position of the ball to accommodate the shorter club the golfer changes his spine and shaft angle but keeps the Ojee Angle constant. 

By limiting the only variable to the tilting of his swing axis (base of the spine) the golfer can make the exact same swing and achieve positive results. His upper body motion can be identical in both the left or right images and by doing so he can start to ingrain the muscle memory that will ultimately establish a strong repeatable swing.

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