3 Golf Drills That Shallow The Club Perfectly

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Many golfers struggle to shallow the club with precision, but a few simple adjustments to their swing will bring their shallowing technique to perfection.

When taking golf shots, often players struggle to hit with the center of their clubface. This struggle often results in wild shots that hook right or left of the intended target.

Developing your ability to shallow out the club will drastically improve your golf game and act as a vital utility in many different scenarios on the golf course.

Shallowing assists in squaring up the clubface on impact when implemented correctly during a player’s downswing.

Learning this technique has shown to improve the striking ability of golfers from novice to veteran.

This technique causes the golf club to flatten out horizontally, without taking the swing too steep. A steep swing will always result in a poorly struck golf shot.

Most players fail to realize that nearly all golf swings are dominant to the left side. Right handed golfers thus should be pulling to the left side of their bodies during their downswings in order to impact the golf ball correctly.

Neglecting to perform this swing correctly will result in a right side dominant downswing that will end up sending the club too far over the top, causing the swing to go outside of the plane, steeping out in the path to eventual impact.

One of the most important aspects of shallowing occurs when golfers shift their weight to their leading leg. Typically players should shift at least 80% of their weight to the leg they’re leading their swing with.

Using nature to drop the club into the slot occurs when gravity takes over the golf club during the shifting of weight. Working against gravity will produce pulled shots and slices.

Lastly, golfers must flatten their left wrist while working through their downswing. This means that players should not let their left wrist bend right to left.

Forgetting to flatten the left wrist often results in difficult shots that miss the plane and often create a much steeper position.

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