Not a true club foot, in this case, I just mean that the heels are really upright out of average range. A true club foot would be from a overly tight tendon, but sometimes the term is used just to mean upright, which is how I'm using it. No need to panic! Sorry about that!
AppyT's gelding, Abe, has what I call a club foot, but it's not a true club, either. It's just more upright and narrow than his other front foot, likely from the way he was shod previously.
The arena is not helping to get an accurate pic, but again, he's looking a little high heeled anyways.