Golf Hook Tips Lesson Chart

Hitting a hook can be extremely frustrating, but it doesn't have to be a life sentence. You can absolutely get rid of the hook pattern in your game, as long as you are willing to put in some work on the range to alter your technique appropriately. By taking the hook-causing elements out of your swing as quickly as possible, you should be able to get on track in the relatively near future. Be patient with the process, don't be too hard on yourself, and enjoy playing the game with a reliable and hook-free ball flight!

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When you do determine how your hook needs to be corrected, the only thing to do from that point forward is to practice. There is no magic formula for improvement other than spending time on the range working on the specific points that you have uncovered. For instance, let's say that you decided that it was your grip that was causing trouble and leading to a hook. Obviously, you will need to adjust your grip to a weaker position to fix that issue. However, from there, you will still need to hit plenty of practice balls in order to solidify the change you are making. Without practice, none of the analysis of your swing is going to do any good for your actual performance on the course.