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To fix this, try and slow down and exaggerate your swing, possibly even pausing at the top and focussing on leading the transition with your hips and then your torso as you rotate through the ball, then follow through with your hands towards the target instead of wrapping around your body as they would in a baseball swing.
Fixing the transition is not easy and will require a lot of practice and frustrating range sessions as you slowly get used to what the swing feels like and how to replicate it on the course.
It is quite normal for any shot shape to be exaggerated on longer shots. If your shoulders are pointing too far right of the target you may be setting up for a hook.
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Leave a reply Cancel reply. If you set up to the ball with your weight back on your heels, or transfer too much weight to your right heel during your backswing, you are likely to swing the club around your body and close the clubface at impact. Make sure your weight is balanced, or a bit on your toes, when you stand up to ball. Instructor Rick Smith says it can be difficult to stop hooking the ball because the way to do so is counter-intuitive.
If you're a right-hander who is scared to hook the ball to the left, it feels as if turning your upper body to the left will take the ball to the left, as well. It's just the opposite. By slowing your turn to the target, your hands and arms whip through ahead of your body, shut the clubface and produce the very shot you dread.
Rotate your chest and hips until your shirt buttons and belt buckle point to the left of the target. The rotation of the body keeps the club from closing. Top teaching professional Jim Hardy suggests placing a tee between your hands as you grip the club. Wedge the tee between the top knuckle and the heel of your right palm at the base of your right thumb. Hit balls on the range and focus on keeping the tee from slipping out of your hands.
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Posted April 28, What else could be going wrong with a low pull-hook? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I guess its time to change your name on here now! Posted April 29, Posted May 24, This is what worked for me, hopefully it works for you. Posted May 26, Awards, Achievements, and Accolades. Originally Posted by boogielicious I was having the same problem.
Posted May 27, Posted May 31, Originally Posted by TitleistLefty The pull is not a result of over active wrists, the hook is.
Posted July 31, Here is a couple of items that work for me. Make sure you have the ball even with the front heel One other item to look at is the position of your hands at the top Posted August 11, Sometimes during a round, I'll start doing this too. Here's what I do to help: Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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