Do you hook your ball?
As in OVER curve your ball…into trouble?
A hook is when your ball curves to the left for right-handed golfers (or the direction your back side is pointed at address). This is NOT to be confused with a “draw.”
A draw is a still a curve to the left but it is small, manageable and for most golfers, the preferred ball flight.
A hook is a BIG curve to the left that is large, out of control and headed to trouble.
Hitting your ball out of play is never fun especially if you don’t know how to fix it.
I am a firm believer in always checking your basics anytime you struggle with your golf game.
Check out the video below and discover how easy it is to fix that hook!
Struggling? I am a huge proponent of ALWAYS going back to your fundamentals: grip, posture, ball position, aim, and stance.
If you are not clear on what you need to do, check out my online videos and my BUILD iT Course and prevent bad habits, create more distance and gain consistency.
You CAN do this!