Hit A Draw In 5 Minutes
To hit a draw, set the grip in the base of your fingers rather than angled across your palm. If it’s more in the fingers, you’ll be able to swing freely and easily close the clubface. With the right swing, you can hit a draw without doing anything else.
How do you hit a draw every time?
Summary of How to Hit a Draw:
- Swing Along the Line of Your Body.
- Finish Strong.
- Swing Smooth.
- Swing Shallow on Drives.
- Visualize a Draw.
- Align Yourself to the Right.
- Re-align Your Club Face to Face Your Actual Target.
How do you set up to hit a draw in golf?
Set up your feet, hips, and shoulders further to the right than the club face (this will, in effect, give the club face a closed position in relation to the swing path, imparting draw spin on the golf ball) and aim your feet, hips, and shoulders further to the right than the club face (this will, in effect, give the club face a closed position in relation to the swing path, imparting draw spin on the golf ball).
Why am I hitting a draw?
The technical make-up of the golf shot, which requires attacking the golf ball from the inside with the club face open to the target and closed to the swing path, is one of the reasons why golf pros favor the draw shot.
Is it better to hit a draw or fade?
“A draw and fade will carry and roll the same distance if the ball speed, launch angle, and spin rate are all the same, but most club golfers will hit a draw further than a fade because they reduce the loft, which leads to lower spin rates.
Why can’t I hit a draw?
The last and perhaps most common reason you can’t hit a draw is that you have an over-the-top swing path. If you’re swinging over-the-top (on an out-to-in path), you won’t be able to hit a draw because your shot will start to the left of your target line.
Can you hit a fade with a strong grip?
It is difficult to hit a fade with a strong grip, but it is possible; however, if your natural grip is stronger, you should stick to hitting a draw.
Why do pros hit fades?
Golfers find themselves much more accurate with their wedges than their driver, demonstrating the importance of spin loft. More spin equals more stability, which is why professional players prefer their fade.
Why am I hitting a draw with my irons?
A poor ball position is the most common cause of a consistent pull; because you are swinging the club around your body, it stands to reason that if the ball is forward in your stance, the face will be slightly closed at impact.