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GOLF TIPS: HOW TO GET BALL STRAIGHT

On the last article, we have shown you some of the technique to hit the ball straight, This is the rest of them:

SLICE

The ball goes to the left of the target and turns sharply to the right end reaching far to the right of the target. In this case, you might need a golf push cart. View golf push cart reviews. Items to check:

  • Alignment of the clubface: The clubface may be too open.
  • Grip: Hands could be left on the handle creating a weak grip that causes when we swing tend to his natural position opening the clubface.
  • Ball position: Ball might be too far forward causing the shoulders to open.
  • Stance: Your stance may be too narrow causing unstable becoming overconfident in their arms instead of on her hips.
  • Body Alignment: If the feet, hips and shoulders are aiming too far left will swing from outside to inside.
  • Posture: You might be placed too far from the ball.
  • Swing: You may be opening the clubface too early in your backswing, and your swing is out of line with the objective meaning that turning hips do enough.

HOOK

The ball goes to the right target and turns sharply to the left end reaching far to the left of the target. Items to check:

  • Alignment of the clubface: The clubface may be too closed.
  • Grip: One or both hands may be too turned to the right.
  • Check that the V formed by the thumb and the index point within your right shoulder.
  • Ball position: Ball might be too late in the stance.
  • Stance: Not usually the cause of the problem but it could be very broad.
  • Body Alignment: The shoulders are aiming too far right.
  • Posture: not usually the cause of the problem.
  • Swing: We do the backswing very inward of the target line, which means that the shoulders rotate too.
  • This causes us to have to turn right hand on the left on the follow through to return the stick to the point of impact resulting in the hook.

PULL

The ball goes to the left of the target and continues its flight in that direction. Items to check:

  • Alignment of the clubface: Not usually the cause of this coup factor.
  • Grip: Both hands could be turned to the right causing the stick to close at impact.
  • Ball position: Ball might be too far forward causing the shoulders pointing to the left.
  • Stance: If the stance is very narrow shoulders dominate the follow through (down swing forward).
  • Body Alignment: The feet, hips and shoulders are aiming too far left.
  • Posture: While not make much sense verify that it is not ducking.
  • Swing: Probably does swing too far from your body which makes getting too close on the follow through (down swing forward).
  • This is known as swing from outside to inside.
  • His arms are too close to your chest.

PUSH

The ball goes to the right of the target and continues its flight in that direction. Items to check:

  • Alignment of the clubface: Not usually the cause of this coup factor.
  • Grip: The grip may be a bit soft but not often the causative factor.
  • Ball position: Ball might be too late causing the clubface comes from inside the target line.
  • Stance: If the stance is very wide restricts the transfer of weight during the swing.
  • Body Alignment: The feet, hips and shoulders are aiming too far right.
  • Posture: You may be sitting too much on their heels.
  • Put more weight on the toes.
  • Swing: Probably does swing to within the target line. This implies that is not rotating the hip and it should.
  • When you lower the bar from inside the target line, it makes the ball straight out to the right.

TOPAZ

It happens when we hit the base of the clubhead at the top of the ball. As a result, the ball will stop jumping and walk distance. Items to check:

  • Alignment of the clubface: Not usually the cause of the problem.
  • Grip: Too much stress out of hand.
  • Ball position: Verifies that is in the middle of the stance.
  • Stance: Not usually the cause of the problem.
  • Body Alignment: not usually the cause of the problem.
  • Posture: Make sure you bend your knees so that you feel comfortable in front of the ball.
  • You may be standing too during the swing.
  • Swing: Maybe the hips turn us away from the ball in the backswing and do not return us to the position on the follow through. Another possibility is that we are lifting the head, and body or we’re bending the left arm at impact. It should be fully extended.

 

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