Video: Learn how to attack the ball from the inside
- By SwingFix
- Mar 2, 2013 12:00 PM ET
Are you having trouble coming into the ball too steeply?
The key is to get the feel of swinging more from the inside out.
In this video segment, Brian Mogg of the Waldorf Astoria Golf Academy shares a trick for grooving the inside-out feeling: practice hitting shots with the ball above your feet.
If you come in too steeply from this sort of lie, you'll jab the club into the ground. This will help shallow out your swing and find the inside-out path.
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