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- Jan 16, 2018 -

If the bottom of the rod head is on the ground, the lever of the club is inclined to be correct. If the toe of the bat points to the air and the root of the club is on the ground, the current pole is too straight and needs leveling. If the root of the club is in the air and the toe is on the ground, the bat is peaceful and needs to be adjusted more upright. The less-than-tall contestants generally prefer a flatter pole-tilt (the socket is bent downward) to adjust because their arms are closer to the ground. Taller players tend to prefer a more upright tilt (the socket is bent upwards) to help them adjust their arms and torso upwards.