Thanks for your tips.
I do the one that starts right and continues. I think it happens when I don’t transfer my weight onto my back leg and thus don’t turn my shoulders sufficiently.
Some pros have said it is just my alignment but I beg to differ
Hi Eithne, If your ball starts right of target and goes further right you are indeed approaching impact from the inside – which is good. It simply means that your clubface is open in relation to that path. Once you learn the feeling of a square clubface on that path you will straighten up your shots. Try not to think of technical things like weight transfer and shoulder turn – on the course that seldom helps. In my next tip I’ll do a follow up to help you. Mo
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