Today is your lucky day because I'm going to share a few of my top secrets about shaping shots that I've only ever discussed in my full length instructional video, Working The Ball. I honestly cannot come anywhere near covering everything about working the ball in one daily video, but I thought it could provide a good starting point for you in case you're thinking about taking your game to the next level.
Let's face it, hitting the ball straight is hard enough for a big majority of the golfing public. But, that doesn't mean you can't have the information to begin extending the limitations of your game. A question was submitted by a man who wants to be known only as "SimplyGolf." He wanted to know if his T-Finish position would be altered if he starts working the ball.
I was wondering if you would talk about how, or even if, the T-Finish will change when you are working the ball.
Yes Surgites, it will change. But, like I said, I really can't go into enough detail in just a daily video because there's so many different variables that can occur when you start introducing different alignment and swing planes. I go into a little detail about how you can work the ball in today's video, but your best bet is to pick up the full length instructional video titled, Working The Ball.
Nevertheless, watch today's video for a couple of secrets that I'll provide in the short window that is the daily video.
I will leave you with one final thought. Once you learn how to work the ball, you have to understand when to use it and when not to. For the most part, you should only work the ball if you can't get to a target with your normal shot that you hit relatively straight. Only use it when the situation absolutely calls for it and I'm sure you'll start seeing some great results!
Keep it vertical!
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