This drill will help both fat and thin golf shots…
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Not all fat shots are as blatant as hitting several inches before the ball. Here’s a simple drill to see whether your hitting your shots a bit fat…
A fat shot in golf occurs when the cub hits the ground, often taking a big divot, before the ball. As that happens the club dramatically slows down taking all the power and distance out of the shot...
Top shots in golf are often caused by lifting your chest or by bending the arms. But if you feel that neither of those faults appear in your swing and you’re still topping the ball on a regular basis, this drill will definitely help.
Are you a golf beginner? Learn the basics of a proper posture and follow this new series on golf fundamentals.
In the first part of this How To Stop Topping The Golf Ball series, we looked at common fault #1 – lifting during your back swing. Let’s look at the second common fault that can lead to tops and thins – bending your arms through impact.
Over the last few weeks, I have introduced a model for playing great golf. This week, I will introduce the 4th dimension to this model – strategizing for inevitable variability. This is one of the biggest keys to scoring consistently.
Topping the golf ball out on the course, in front of your playing partners, can leave you feeling frustrated and even a little foolish.
The draw shot- that elusive right-to-left shape that great players play, right? The draw shot is often sold as the answer to all golfing problems. This article explores some of the draw myths and why it could be potentially damaging to chase it.