What influences the direction of a golf shot more – clubface angle, or swing path? While both of these factors are very important when it comes to hitting straighter golf shots and shaping the ball at will, one of these factors is more dominant...
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A hook is often caused by an incorrect grip on the golf club – in particular what we call an overly strong grip…
This series of video tips and drills will help you to fix your golf hook so that you can hit straight shots or soft draws with confidence and consistency.
Watch the video below for an explanation of what a golf hook is and how it occurs. If you prefer, you can skip beneath the video to see the anti-hook golf lessons and drills.
While it’s a fault that might be as common as a slice, to the golfer that hooks or pulls the ball it’s equally as frustrating.
Want to know how to fix a golf hook? Read on. The dreaded golf hook – a ball that can start any direction, but curves dramatically to the left (for a right-hander) – often into the trees or out of bounds.
Mnoho amatérských golfistů věří, že hook je jakákoliv rána, která ostře zatáčí doleva (pro golfisty praváky), ale to není tak.
By understanding the ball flight laws, we can better assess why our end result is the way it is. The knowledge in this article can also help you in identifying what you need to change to improve your golf shots.
Many amateur golfers believe that a hook is any shot that curves sharply to the left (for the right-handed golfer), but that is not really the case.