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WHY DO HANDICAP GOLFERS WANT TO DRAW WHERE PROS WANT TO FADE IT

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Most golf lessons that come to me are looking to draw the ball where often the better payer is looking for a controlled fade. What makes this desire for the draw drives and tee shots or draw iron shots so strong with handicap golfers. Mark and the gang explore this idea and talk about how to make the most of your golf game and your golf swing. This simple and easy to follow golf lesson and golf tip video is for all golfers wanting to improve their golf games and lower their handicaps.

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5 thoughts on “WHY DO HANDICAP GOLFERS WANT TO DRAW WHERE PROS WANT TO FADE IT

  1. I usually agree with what you are saying. The reason for the draw is different for me and I think most. Most beginners hit massive slices and in our Need to stop hitting slices out of play we work the other direction

  2. That is so true, particularly the putting analogy. I hit a draw maybe one in 50. Learnt to live with the fade but still want to be more skilled and able to do what coach did in the vid.

  3. Unfortunately my stock shot is a draw. I’m always trying to fade it and it basically goes straight-ish

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