‘Keep the left shoul­der low in the tran­si­tion’

Golf World (UK) - - TOUR TIPS -

My bad shots tend to be a high block or a bit of a hook out the toe of the club. Both of these are caused by the same fault in the tran­si­tion and into the down­swing. It hap­pens when my left shoul­der gets a bit high and the club drops in be­hind my hands on the way down. From there, you ei­ther can’t square the face in time and block it high and right or you try and save it with your arms and you of­ten get the ‘toey hook’. If you have a ten­dency to hit these shots then you could be do­ing the same thing. Try this drill that I use to im­prove my tran­si­tion.

PAUL DUNNE

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