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Extension Through Impact Drill

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Today we’re going to share with you a great drill to help fight the dreaded follow-through chicken wing, or pull-up at impact fault that plagues many people. This fault is characterized by top and thinned shots that lack distance, consistency and accuracy. This fault is surprisingly common, despite how awkward it looks in the video below. Even if you’re not …

Stop Topping and Thinning It

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For players who suffer from an overly flat swing, getting solid impact below the equator of the ball is often difficult. Especially with the irons, a steeper swing path into the ball is needed to produce better contact. In case you don’t understand the difference between a flat an upright swing, here is a quick rundown.
 

HELP! Lifting Up At Impact

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Today, we’ll look to answer a question from a reader – if you have questions yourself, be sure to drop us a line on our contact page.
I am a girls' high school golf coach and have a player with a habit of going up onto her tip toes at contact with every club. She can't seem to …

Try to Hit it Fat to Stop Hitting it Thin

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If you’ve just hit a thin shot, 9 times out of 10, your spine angle changed throughout your swing. What does this mean to the average player? It means that something forced your body to shift slightly upwards before impact. Usually this is caused by poor fundamentals such as standing too closely to the ball or having the ball too …