A Drill To Fix A Pull In Your Golf Swing

For years I have had a challenge of pulling the ball left. I know this issue is solvable and I continue to work on this area of my swing mechanics. I found a simple drill that should help me engage my lower body more, thus preventing a pulled golf shot. Here is this simple, repeatable, and sustainable drill:

This is a drill that I can use in my DIY driving range. To help with my aim, I will place a target on the net as to help visualize what I want to achieve. Not all drills need to be complicated and this is a perfect example.

I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!

Controlling The Clubface Through Impact

Looking back at my 2021 golf season, I found that I had rounds where I struggled to control my ball flight. This error was generally traced back to the position of my clubface during impact. I know this because my misses are generally left (or way left sometimes) and when I look at my clubface afterwards, I found that it was closed. This challenge would come and go during my rounds and I often wondered what was the cause. Well, I think I found out my error and I thought it was worth sharing.

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Pulling My Wedges Left

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.

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