November 2008
Golf Magazine;Nov2008, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p96
The article offers some techniques when playing golf. Golfers should allow one's left arm to chicken wing through impact so they can bring the club up into their finish. This move gives golfers draw spin. To stop thin shots, golfers should make a backswing and try to toss the bag as far as they can straight out in front of them.


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