January 19, 2018

Best Golf Lessons: Understanding the Locked-In Way To Hit A Fade

golf swing tipsOne of the best golf lessons is to understand and appreciate the difference between the conventional way to hit a fade in comparison with the Locked-In Golf” way to hit a fade golf shot.

The reason why this is one of the best golf lessons is that the conventional way to hit a fade tends to promote a double cross effect in the golf swing in which the ball will fly in the opposite direction from the one intended.

The double-cross effect typically is caused by aligning the body too much to the inside of the target line or,  swinging the club too much to the inside of the shoulder line during the back swing, when attempting to produce a fade golf shot.

The impact of a double-cross when trying to hit a fade golf shot is that a pull golf shot is likely to occur. Instead of the  ball curving  to the outside of the shoulder line it will fly on a relatively straight path to the inside of the shoulder line.

The Locked-In Golf™ way to hit a fade golf shot is to assume a regular setup routine in which the shoulders are aligned parallel with the target line instead of to the inside of the target line  –which is the manner in which the shoulders are aligned when the conventional approach is used.

First of all, the Locked-In Golf” way of producing a fade golf shot requires the locking-in of  a fade alignment from some of those taught  in the book, How To Hit A Perfect Fade. This book is available at http://lockedingolf.com.

Once one of the fade techniques is locked-in, it then just becomes a matter of assuming a comfortable stance and posture to the ball, centering the    sweet spot of the club face as near to th back of the ball as possible and aligning the shoulders parallel with the directional  line to complete the setup proceedings.  (The directional line is the line on which you would want your ball to fly initially.)

Once the setup task is completed, all that is required is to keep the left heel firmly planted,maintain eye contact with the ball and execute a simple golf swing, free from any manipulation to re-route the club face from its original alignment and path.

The ball should fade perfectly, discounting wind conditions and elevation differentials between the stance and the ball.

The best golf lessons in terms of producing a fade is to lock-in a fade during the setup proceedings  as described above.

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