What a drag!
About a year ago, I came across a ‘Fault Fixer’ article from Adrian Fryer suggesting that in order to cure an out-to-in tee shot one should try to visualise dragging the club down a wall situated directly behind you. Up until that point, my whole golfing life had been blighted by sliced tee shots. I had tried all sorts of remedies (unsuccessfully) and had for many years resorted to hitting irons off every tee. I tried the imaginary wall fix drill at the driving range with pretty much immediate success. It remains my only swing thought and has transformed my game ever since. It has led to a whole new enthusiasm for the game and a newly-found ability to play and enjoy much more challenging courses. Playing partners of many years remain in shock at the transformation. I have waited sometime before corresponding with you as I was nervous that any success would quickly evaporate, but it hasn’t. I am sure you are used to this kind of effusive gratitude, but I felt that I had to write to thank you because it has made so much difference to
the way I am able to play and enjoy the game. DAVID DAVIES, EMAIL