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Fixing a Draw

The Draw is the first cousin of the hook. The ball starts its flight either straight on the desired path, or slightly to the right of it. Once in the air, however, the ball starts to curve to the left (to the right, for lefties).

Draws are actually desirable shots, for two reasons. For one thing, the spin on the ball can help it roll further down the fairway, adding to your distance. And draws can be hugely beneficial when playing a dogleg left; the ability to draw the ball can be a huge help in keeping you on the fairway and out of the trees.

WHY IT HAPPENS
When you hit a desirable draw – one that curves slightly but ends up where you want it – you’re hitting an with an ever-so-slightly CLOSED club face and a square or ever-so-slightly INSIDE OUT swing, which is generally due to a slightly CLOSED STANCE. Hitting with a nice, square swing path and a more significantly closed club face will create a more significant curve on the ball, because the combination of square swing path and closed club head is enough to create a significant counterclockwise spin on the ball. This causes the ball to travel to the left as it flies through the air.

HOW TO FIX IT

  • Check your grip alignment
    Your grip may be a little too WEAK. Grip your club and address the ball. Notice the “vees” formed by the joint between your thumb and forefinger on each hand? Those vees should point directly to your right shoulder. If your grip is weak, the vees point more towards your nose or even your left shoulder. Another way to visualize this: if you’re a right-handed golfer, take a look at your right hand. If the hand is rotated counterclockwise around the shaft of the club, you’ll see three (or more) knuckles – and the grip is weak.
  • Check your alignment
    Remember, a club laid across your feet should point to where you want the ball to go. A line pointing to the left of desired direction virtually guarantees an outside-in swing.
Fixing a Fade with the Virtual Golf Simulator & Swing Analyzer Systems Fixing a Fade with the Virtual Golf Simulator & Swing Analyzer Systems
Fixing a Fade with the Virtual Golf Simulator & Swing Analyzer Systems Fixing a Fade with the Virtual Golf Simulator & Swing Analyzer Systems Fixing a Fade with the Virtual Golf Simulator & Swing Analyzer Systems Fixing a Fade with the Virtual Golf Simulator & Swing Analyzer Systems
 

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