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Sunday, December 18, 2022

Setting Up to Hit a Draw (Video)

I don't know that all of you will feel comfrtable with this, but it just might help some of you who are struggling to hit a draw off the tee. I do want to point out that you don't want a lot of forearm rotation, which Russell seems to be talking about here... but you need to recognize that, if you've been leaving the clubface open at impact, getting the clubface more square will FEEL like you're rotating your forearms a lot. This is more of a classic swing approach — you're trying to swing your arms past your body. If you're swinging up at the ball on the tee, that will help you stop leaving the clubface open. And remember: If you're playing the ball high on a tee, you need to move the ball position slightly forward in your stance.

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