What is cut-induced or collision-induced throw?
Cut-induced throw (CIT) is the change in angle of the OB off the expected line-of-centers direction due to friction resulting from relative motion between the ball surfaces during contact due to cut angle:
Many important CIT effects are demonstrated in the following videos:
For more information, see:
- throw tutorial (including a summary of when and how to adjust for throw)
- answers to common questions about throw
- summary of all throw effects
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