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face angle

[′fās ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
An angle between two successive edges of a polyhedral angle.
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12) The age group based on the face angle (A) obtained is shown in Table 4.
A t-test of the face angles shows that no significant difference exists between the mean dip angles of the NW and SE facing megaripple faces (Table 3).
The patented Dual Axis adjustment allows golfers to choose their loft and face angle independently of each other by decoupling loft from face angle.
Club face angles range from a neutral position of zero degrees to both one and two degrees closed or open.
5-degree models and feature slightly more open face angles than the Standard version.
The face angle is slightly more open than the standard lofts, and the shaft, an Aldila NVS 65, is available in regular and stiff flexes that complement the swing speeds and styles of more accomplished players.
Connecting directly to an existing PC, the P3ProSwing tracks nearly a dozen key swing characteristics, including club speed, swing tempo, attack angle, face angle, swing path and toe and heel heights.
The hosel adjusts the face angle to Open, Square or Closed positions to improve accuracy and trajectory while allowing golfers to dial in their preferred look at address.
The parameters, such as club head speed, tempo, face angle, etc.
The system allows golfers to adjust the club's face angle to three address positions: Open, Square and Closed.
The system allows golfers to adjust the club's face angle to three address positions--Open, Square and Closed--through the use of the "cog", a rotatable element of the hosel that changes the angle of the shaft axis relative to the head.
Callaway's new FT Tour Driver features a 440 cc multi-material clubhead with a full-length hosel and a slightly open face angle to deliver the look at address preferred by highly skilled players.