HOW TO Compress the Ball for Power

Phillips, Dave
February 2009
Golf Magazine;Feb2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p51
The article suggests factors to consider in assuring an effective swing when playing golf. It is a common instance among golfers to release inaccurate swings which result into their failure to drive the ball into the hole. It is suggested that powerful iron shots can be achieved by hitting down on the back of the ball and then driving the clubhead through the dirt.


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