In this video, part of my game-changing The Move series, you’ll find out how to shallow your downswing to make pure contact.
Shallowing your path in the downswing is essential for getting rid of a slice…
And to start having “good player” problems.
What the heck is a “good player” problem you ask?
Well when pros struggle you’ll see them typically hook their shots.
High handicappers, on the other hand, typically struggle with slicing the ball.
So start by breaking your bad habits that cause you to slice your shots.
In this video, you’ll learn how to stop coming over the top (chopping down into the ball)…
And shallow your downswing for a nice in-to-out path.
You’ll also discover a cool wrist technique that’ll help you square up your club face…
And get plenty of forward shaft lean at impact for compressed shots.
I’ll actually use a tennis racket drill to help you see all these moves more clearly than you can with a golf club.
Watch this video now to start hitting powerful, compressed draws!
What's Covered: How to shallow your club compared to the swing plane with the tennis racket drill.
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Instructors Featured: Clay Ballard
Video Duration: 5:19
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