DST stands for Delayed Strike Technology. DST golf clubs force you to locate, train and perfect the optimal impact position. Impact is the moment of truth in the swing, it is the only position that really matters. The secret of golf is to have a delayed strike or lag impact where your hands lead the clubface through impact. When your hands lead the club face through impact you maintain control over the clubface until after the ball has been struck and compress the ball at impact. Controlling the clubface through impact means you control the distance and accuracy of your ball.
DST golf clubs have been designed to simplify the swing and strip out complicated and unnecesary movements, by pre-setting your hands at address into a position that closely replicates the optimal impact position. So you build muscle memory of an address position and optimal movement through impact. The optimal impact position is the same for all normal shots and does not change regardless of whether you are hitting a chip, pitch or full shot. So when you master the optimal impact position all areas of your game will improve. You will achieve greater accuracy because you control the clubface until after the ball has been struck. Your ball striking will become more consistent because in the optimal impact position the club head travels down the target line for longer, resulting in greater control and accuracy.
The biggest challenge in golf is consistency. To be consistent you need to reach the optimal impact position every time you swing a club. The best ball strikers in the world reach the optimal impact position where they maintain control over the club clubface until after the ball has been struck, on every shot. If you lose control of the club face prior to impact you will have no control over your accuracy and suffer from inconsistent ball striking, resulting in being frustrated with your game. The optimal impact position is a position which is rarely practiced but is the moment of truth in the golf swing. DST Clubs are the first clubs ever to enable a player to locate and train the optimal impact position.
The best players and coaches in the world warm up and train with DST clubs because they know they're ingraining a movement and sensation which the best ball strikers in history felt. The golf swing is a matter of developing a repeatable and reliable action that holds up under pressure, so practice what's important "the moment of truth" and get your DST warm-up clubs today.
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