October 21, 2016 at 02:57 PM
RRomanowiczNew Bedford, Massachusetts
I have been trying to shape the ball a little more lately, no problem hitting the ball left to right but have trouble hitting right to left. The only way i can work it right to left is forcing a flatter swing path which is pretty inconsistent..Any suggestions on what i can do to improve on right to left would be appreciated, thanks
Carl TLittle Rock, AR
Dino JBurnaby, BC
October 21, 2016 at 03:47 PM
You will amazed how easy it is to hit a ball R to L. Assuming you are a right-handed golfer, imaging a line between the ball and your target. Call this the 12 o'clock position when viewed from above looking down. Carefully align the clubface directly at the target. Now, here is the key, align your body line out toward the 1 o'clock position while keeping the face still pointing at 12 o'clock. Now all you have to do is swing out toward the 1 o'clock position where your body is aligned. It will feel like you are swinging to a target that is to the right of where your club is pointing. If you do this properly and do not come over the top with your swing then you will impart counterclockwise spin that will draw the ball back to the target. It might take a few swings to get the hang of this feeling but try this and you will be hitting draws like a pro.
Dwayne NIsland, KY
Chuck ZMt Pleasant, SC
Travis WJacksonville, FL
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?