George Henson, PGA

From a practical perspective, most club golfers will hit a draw shot further than a fade, because when they hit a draw they reduce the loft, leading to lower spin rates.

Want to hit a more distance in your golf shots?

Try hitting a draw shot, where the center of gravity of the club-head is shifted toward the heel.

To do that, set up square or parallel to your target. Then swivel your shoulder slightly closed. When that happens a couple of things will take place; first, your spine will move slightly away from the target, the tip of your lead shoulder will be just inside your lead knee, the tip of the right shoulder will be outside of the rear Knee. Also, after doing that your back elbow or trailside elbow will point just inside the trail hip.

Hitting A Draw Biased Shot

About George Henson

George Henson is the Director of Instruction at the Lost Chimneys Learning & Performance Center at Mountain Air Country Club in Burnsville, North Carolina.

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