A head-roll, not to be confused with a head spin, is actually a trick more commonly seen with balls. It involves controlled rolling of an object around parts of the head, including various pauses where the object stays balanced. In order to do this with a club it is necessary to align it as for the flat on the head trick i.e. pointing straight forward. However head rolls take weeks or months of practice and I don't intend to describe the process here, I have included it just as an idea for anyone who can already do the trick with a ball. If you like the sound of all this but have never tried a headroll then I recommend Dick Franco's 'Three Ball Digest' which has a large section on the subject.