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Golf Swing Fault Finder | Cure a Low Ball Flight.

We can help correct your wayward ball flight or swing fault with a "Golf Swing Quick Fix"

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                                                                Examples of a 'Low Ball Flight'.

Having the ability to manoeuvre your golf ball into play by deliberately changing it’s natural flight can be quite an advantage to have over your competitors. However I'm sure it becomes very frustrating when you play yourself out of position by playing shots that have an un-wanted or an un-controllable 'Ball Flight' that you did not intend to play!

Understanding different 'Ball Flights' and their common 'Swing Causes' is a vital part of understanding, controlling and improving your 'Golf Swing'. Within this 'Fault Finder' I offer a clear description and explanation of your chosen 'Flight' and also provide a list of Common Swing Faults that may be causing this un-wanted shot.

 

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You can also access my list of 'Common Swing Causes' relating to this type of Ball Flight by following other links in this page!

 

A brief description of a Low Ball Flight.

A 'Low Ball Flight' has a very shallow flight trajectory when leaving the Club at Impact and flies lower than a normally flighted shot. This type of Ball Flight also has good penetrating qualities when flying through the air.

To create this type of Ball Flight the Golf Swing will be travelling on a Steeper Swing Plane and the Swing Path will be narrowing causing the Loft Angle of the Clubface to reduce and de-loft at impact, thus causing a Lower Ball Flight.

Lesson Image (click to enlarge)             Lesson Image (click to enlarge)                  Clubhead Square to 'Target Line'.                                   An example of the Clubheads Lof Angle.

 

A Low Ball Flight is an ideal shot to play when playing in a strong wind. It's also an ideal flight to use if you need to play under obstructions, such as trees, bushes etc.. that are positioned between you and your 'Target'.

With a Low Ball Flight the ball lands on a shallow pitching angle and has quite an aggresive first bounce forward and continues to bounce forward there after before coming to rest.

NOTE - You should consider this type of Ball Flight if you require your ball to bounce short of a green and roll up on to the putting surface.

 

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You can also access my list of 'Common Swing Causes' relating to this type of Ball Flight by following other links in this page!

 

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  • “Would you like to understand the causes of such faults and learn what action to take to correcting them?”

     

  • If the answer is ‘YES’ to any or all of these questions I’m here to HELP by offering Qualified Professional advice to solve any swing issue you may have.

    With all instruction my aim is to make this wonderful game as simple as possible to understand by offering simple qualified advice that can be easily understood.

    I will do this by providing you with a structure of ‘Practice Techniques’ and Practice Drills that I guarantee, if practiced correctly, will improve the targeted area of your golf game AND will prevent you from ever practicing incorrectly again and unwittingly perfecting those unwanted faults!

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    Key Swing Terms

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     Different Swing Path's in relation to the Target Line.

  • A Swing Path;

  • The term 'Swing Path' refers to the direction and path your Hand & Arm Swing and Clubhead are travelling on throughout the Swing.

    The direction of your Swing is then measured against your Target Line when impacting the Ball to ascertain whether it's square to this line, traveling from an Outside to Inside Path or an Inside to Outside Path.

     

     

  • A Swing Plane;

  • The term 'Swing Plane' refers primarily to the angle your Hand & Arm Swing and Club are traveling on when moving around your body. This Plane is measured when looking from a view down your Target Line by picturing a line that runs from the ball up through your right shoulder. The angle of this line is known as a 'Swing Plane' that should be in a neutral position which is neither too steep nor too shallow when your Swing rotaties around your Spine Angle.

     

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                   An example of a 'Swing Plane'                                                The Clubhead's 'Swing Path'.

     

  • An Important Point.

  • Your Address & Posture Position creates a foundation of 'Angles and Lines' for your 'Core Body Movements' and 'Hand & Arm Swing' to rotate round. Then as your 'Core Movements' rotate into your Backswing, Downswing & Follow-Through Swing space will be created around your body for your 'Hand & Arm Swing' (Golf Swing) to move freely into, thus creating a free flowing and balanced Golf Swing.

    With this motion your golf ball will fly on a straight line to Target if your Address & Posture is squarely aligned to your 'Target Line' and positioned correctly to suit the type of shot you intend to play.

     

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