Quick Swing Path Fix For Long Distance Golf Shots

Quick Swing Path Fix For Long Distance Golf Shots

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The swing path that we take while swinging our golf club weighs heavily on the distance we achieve on our golf shots.

While golfers look to adjust several attributes to their golf swing, between how their body rotates, backswing mechanisms and downswing hacks, ensuring that we are taking the correct swing path has great influence over how effective our shot will be through impact.

Defined by experts as the direction that our clubhead takes while moving towards striking the ball, the path of our golf swing has to be optimized in order to produce our desired shot.

A neutral path during our golf swing takes shape if the ball has been struck at the lowest point of our swing.

When striking the golf ball prior to reaching this lowest point, instructors will point out that this path will favor a right dominate direction, rather than straight.

The opposite can be said when striking the ball post low point, which causes our shot to travel more left than straight, sometimes altering the intended flight of the ball and missing our target all together.

One of the main negative effects of having poor swing path manifests in the production of sliced shots.

Slicing the golf ball happens when our path favors an out to in left dominate direction upon impact.

Swinging our golf club more to the right side sometimes will correct this path, but it can also impact the low point positioning of our swing.

Countless golfers that are plagued by slicing the ball still has issue even after swinging their clubs more to the right, often producing fat and thin shots as a result.

Moving the lowest possible point of our golf swing slightly forward can often promote a more precise path while correcting our low point positioning simultaneously.

These adjustments have assisted golfers looking to strike better irons as well.

Ensuring that our clubface takes the correct direction at impact, we can prevent unwanted draws by ensuring that our clubface does not close itself out to the left of our path during the impact of our golf swing.

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