How to Draw a Ball in Golf with Disco...

How to Draw a Ball in Golf with Discount Golf Clubs

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#1 Aug 16, 2012
If you notice that your ball usually starts to the left of your target then slices before it reaches the target line, then you are most probably swinging in an outside-in direction. Now if your ball starts out on target but slices anywhere midway, then your club face might be open during impact.

It is quite likely you are hitting a slice because you have an outside-in swing path. This means your shoulders are aligned way too far to the left of the target. This problem is quite easy to fix. All you have to do is open your shoulders every time you address the ball. If possible, let someone stand behind you during address and make him check where your shoulders are pointing. With your shoulders aligned correctly, your discount golf clubs have no other choice than to follow the direction of your shoulders.

On the other hand, if you tend to hit the ball with an open club face, then check the position of your club's head when addressing the ball. Take the extra effort to square up your club face each time you address the ball.

If you are still consistently slicing even if you have diligently checked if your shoulders and club face are square at address, then you might be unintentionally opening your club face during your downswing. For an easy fix with discount golf clubs, try to concentrate on rotating the club to the right during impact. You should feel the club head turn over through the ball so as to make it start hooking left. Practice this drill during your driving range sessions before you hit the course.

If you still keep slicing even after you have regularly practiced these drills then you might have an over the top swing path which is more difficult to fix. If you have been playing golf for years, then you might have developed this nasty swing flaw that you have to seriously consider correcting.

The best way to correct this kind of swing habit of slicing is to exaggerate a hook. Start conditioning yourself to swing inside-out. Go to the range and flatten your swing until you consistently hit vicious hooks with discount golf clubs. You really have to exaggerate this movement. Flatten your swing to a point that you feel like you are swinging your club below the right shoulder, around your back. Since you have been so used to an over the top backswing, you just probably feel like you are swinging flat even if you aren't. So you have to exaggerate an inside-out swing.

During practice rounds, keep your right elbow tucked firmly to your side throughout the swing. This way the ball is forced to make a nice slinging hook. This kind of constricted swing may not be able to get the ball that far, but once you get the feel of the right way to hook the ball, it would be easy for you to adjust later. A controlled hook shot is great for both power and distance. So keep on practicing this hook shot until you consistently make the ball draw and eliminate that nasty slice.

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