Left-Handed Golf Tips : Hitting Wood Shots for Left-Handed Golfers

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Hi! I am Jason Wyatt head golf professional
here at Sunningdale Golf and Country Club and on behalf of ExpertVillage.com, I am here
to show you lefties how to hit better fairway woods. Just remember again that I am a right-handed
player, you are looking at me, your mirror image as a left-handed player. Got my fairway
wood here, so what I am going to do again just like the driver is we are going to set
up with the ball in the middle of our stance, we are going to take a small step forward,
a little bigger step than the driver and a big step back, again we want the ball just
on the inside of your front heel, what this allows us to do is to take our fairway wood
and now sweep up and hit it up nice and high. We are to move the ball back in our stance
and come down and come down we are going to hit the turf more than we are going to hit
the ball. So again make sure ball in the middle of the stance, club behind the ball, small
step forward, big step back and really work on staying down and sweeping that golf ball
up in the air and you will hit better fairway wood shots.

 

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