HOW TO: ball below your feet

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Published 10/07/2008 19:01:27
 

With this shot, the ball is further away from you than normal. This means sitting down to it and gripping a little further up the club shaft. You won't be able to make a full body turn and there is an increased potential of a sliced shot. Try to allow for this left to right movement.

Bend your knees more and lean forwards.You must also resist your tendency to topple towards the ball but even an increased lean towards the ball risks shanking or thinning. Make a concerted effort to connect with the centre of the club face

Try not to move your head forwards during the swing, to counteract this, lean on your heels more. Your follow through will also be shortened, not allowing you to turn as much.



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