I have developed a small hitch in my swing were a majority of my wedges end up left of the target. I especially find this if I try to squeeze a few extra yards out of the any of the clubs. At this time, I am not sure if it is an alignment, grip, or swing issue. I will be heading to the range today to find out what is going on. This is an normal step in playing great golf during the season and I recommend it to all amateur golfers.
This challenge I have is new and although very annoying, it can be fixed with a bit to tweaking. However, I need to hit the range to fix this. It is not something I can rectify on the course. The reason for the range is that I will have to hit many balls in a row to make minor adjustments vice one shot every 10 minutes. As I hit the range today, I found a video that might help:
Additionally, I found a drill that might help:
I like going to my practice sessions with some kind of plan. I now have one and it provides a great place to start. I will let you know how things work out.
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!