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Considered a less damning version of a hook shot, a draw shot refers to any time the ball takes a flight path that curves to the left side (right handed golfers – left handed golfers draw the ball to the right). Because hooking the golf ball typically happens because of a mishit, golfers usually are not so happy when they hook their shots.
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More commonly, drawing the ball usually happens on purpose rather than by accident or mistake. Golfers usually choose to utilize a draw shot in order to avoid common obstacles that appear on the golf course like bunkers. Being able to draw the ball at will gives a player an advantage when such playing hazards pop up on the course.
The most common way that players are able to successfully execute a draw shot happens by closing the face of their golf club during address and taking their routine golf swing. Some players also find success by addressing the ball with their clubface pointed toward their intended target but in a more closed off swing stance. This means their hips, shoulders and feet are pointed slightly right of target. Experimenting and practicing with variations of these swing setups will ultimately show the player which method works best for them.
Other common methods for drawing the ball include increasing the power of your grip while setting up for your swing as you would normally. Placing your trail hand onto the club, rotate the hand so you three knuckles are visible rather than just two as usual. Next, rotate your right hand slightly under the shaft. Despite being a tricky method, some players find it to be the easiest way to draw the ball for their specific swing style.Experimenting with the various drawing methods available in this video will ultimately show which work best for you.
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