This article is intended to be the first of a series of articles that explain in as much detail as possible, how the Dual Angle Layout Technique works and how you can start to apply it to your game – or at least help you to better understand the why’s and how’s of the layouts you might have on your equipment.
Before we begin, I have to say that NONE of this material is original! All credit for the system and its application goes to Mo Pinel, President, Co-owner and Ball designer for Morich Enterprises.
For those that don’t know anything about this particular system, it basically breaks a layout down in to three parts:
- The Drilling Angle
- The Pin to Positive Axis Point (Pin-to-PAP) distance
- The VAL angle
Each part of the layout has it’s own affect on the final ball motion, so all three components are equally important. A poor choice in one component could completely destroy the intent of the layout.