The Golf Fix: Use better rotation to eliminate a hook
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Feb 18, 2013 8:00 PM ET
Understanding how your swing path and the angle of your clubface affect your golf shots is crucial when it comes to understanding your golf swing.
In this video segment, Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, answers a Facebook question from Casey, who’s coming too far from the inside and hitting big hooks and blocks.
Why Casey’s hitting those hooks, however, might come as a surprise, and Breed has a great tip to help Casey and you rotate better through the shot, which is sure to help you eliminate a hook.
Try out this tip the next time you practice. You’ll feel what it’s like to stay in your posture and the result will be more consistent ball-striking.
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Contributions from writers and editors on the Golf Channel Digital team.
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