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AT100 Irons (Ladies : Right Handed)

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  • Better alignment with Non-Traditional Shape
  • Very forgiven on off center hits
  • Square-shaped head creates easy setup and perpendicular shot alignment for improved shot accuracy

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AT100  Irons<small> (Ladies : Right Handed) </small>

AT100 Irons (Ladies : Right Handed)

 - Non-Traditional Shape
 - Perpendicular Alignment
 - Large Cavity-Back
 - Tight-Radius Sole
 - Progressive Hosel Offset
 - Oversized Sweet-Spot

Research in visual perception shows that traditional Irons are difficult to align to the target, but the level TOP-PLANE and ALIGNMENT INDICATOR of the Thomas Golf Irons, make for easy alignment of the club to the target line. The golfer's feet, hips, and shoulders can then be easily set up parallel to the indicator and target line. Professional instructors around the world emphasize these factors as the essential elements to achieving a successful swing and ball flight.

Alignment is the process of lining up the clubface square to the target, with your feet, hips and shoulders lined up parallel to the clubface. As you'll discover, it's a critical process for consistent shotmaking. Even if your grip, posture and ball position are correct, and you make a perfect swing, your ball won't reach your intended target if you're not lined up correctly. Improper alignment can force you to make adjustments during the swing, adjustments that can cause inconsistent shot patterns.

The most important point to understand regarding alignment is that you line up the clubface, not your body or your feet, to the target. If you line up your body and feet to the target, and align your clubface to your feet, your clubface will actually be pointing to the right of the target (for a right-handed player).-Arnold Palmer Golf Academy

"Alignment is priority No. 1. Poor alignment can cause you to either top the ball or hit the ground well behind the ball, because if your alignment is poor, determining where the club will reach the bottom of the swing arc is much more difficult."