Everyone would like to be able to work the ball. Purposely hitting a draw or fade can help you on certain holes as well, but you should only try working the ball if you can already hit the ball consistently straight.
If you have a hard time hitting the ball straight at your target, you probably shouldn't think about trying to draw or fade a ball. Bruce sent in a short, simple question asking how to hit draws and fades, so I'm going to give a basic explanation on how higher level golfers can achieve this goal.
Can you demonstrate how to Draw and Fade on your daily videos using the PPGS.
Instead of trying to roll your wrists more or less at impact, the easiest way to work the ball is to manipulate the clubface before you even take a swing. If you want to hit a draw, shut the clubface down a little bit and aim a little bit right to draw it back to the target. If you want to fade a ball into a target, open the clubface up and aim a little left to facilitate the left to right movement the ball will have.
This is just a basic idea to get you started. If you really want to learn how to move the ball (especially if you consider yourself an advanced player), check out Working The Ball. It's a full length video I put together that reveals all of the tools I employ when working the ball. It's a must have for any Surgite!
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