Check the line of your divot on a hook

Published 14/11/2009 08:18:52

One of the telltale signs of an excessively in-to-out golf swing will be shown in the divot you take.


Look carefully at your divot after you've hit your shot. If it's pointing to the right of the target, you're swinging too much in-to-our, thus causing the hook shot.


A great cure for the hook is to give control to your left arm and try to cut across the ball as though you are trying to fade or slice.


Make sure to check your body alignment - this is often the root cause of the problem.


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