This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Golf Instruction by Scott Mahlberg

Having the ability to hit fades and draws properly serves two purposes. The first is that you become a better shot maker. The second is that you get an enhanced feel for both the path and face during the swing. This will help you both elevate and maintain your level of play.

Many golfers make the mistake of trying to manipulate the club face through impact to curve the ball. This is because they have a faulty understanding of ball flight laws. Tour players have a much better understanding of ball flight laws. As a consequence, tour players use the path of the swing to hit fades and draws. This video will give you an explanation of the ball flight laws and show you how to set up and swing properly so that you can consistently hit fades and draws correctly on the golf course.



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