The Setup Secret for Shaping Shots

June 2008
Golf Magazine;Jun2008, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p51
The article presents suggestions for shaping golf shots. It informs that a golfer should stand to the ball with his feet a few inches apart and the ball positioned off the middle of his left foot. It is stated that to hit a draw, he should step forward and out with his left foot, and try to swing out at the right side of the fairway. It is suggested that to hit a fade, he should step back and out with his right foot, and try to swing down the left side of the fairway.


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