Pulling Golf Shots With An Out To In Swing Path (Video)
Pulling Golf Shots With An Out To In Swing Path (Video)

A very destructive golf shot, which plagues a lot of golfers all across the world is the pull shot. The problem with the pull shot, which starts left of the target line, traveling straight left and carrying on left without much curvature is it increases generally the amount of distance of the ball will go and it often leads to offline shots, which travel to the side of the green and into trouble. When you are pulling shots, first of all, you need to understand what type of pull shot you are hitting. Is it a pull hook? Is it a pull draw? Is it simply a matter of closed club face? Or is it an over the top and out to in swing path?

  Generally speaking, you will be able to tell if it’s an over the top out to in swing path if the ball travels left and then stays left throughout its flight. What you will see is the path controls curvature on a shot. So, if your club path is traveling out to in and it’s moving off to the left-hand side but there is a slight variance in where the club face is pointing in relation to that path, if it is pointing slightly off to the right, you’ll get curvature from left or right. If it’s starting further to the left, you will get curvature from right to left. If there is absolutely no curvature on the golf ball, what that would suggest is that the club face and the path are perfectly aligned as you hit and that will give you the indication and the theory that you are swinging from out to in with its straight club face. So, what we are going to do in these videos is explain how you can fix these things, what to look for when you are hitting them and hopefully try and give you a little bit more of an improved path and then improved accurate ball flight.
2016-10-11

A very destructive golf shot, which plagues a lot of golfers all across the world is the pull shot. The problem with the pull shot, which starts left of the target line, traveling straight left and carrying on left without much curvature is it increases generally the amount of distance of the ball will go and it often leads to offline shots, which travel to the side of the green and into trouble. When you are pulling shots, first of all, you need to understand what type of pull shot you are hitting. Is it a pull hook? Is it a pull draw? Is it simply a matter of closed club face? Or is it an over the top and out to in swing path?

  Generally speaking, you will be able to tell if it’s an over the top out to in swing path if the ball travels left and then stays left throughout its flight. What you will see is the path controls curvature on a shot. So, if your club path is traveling out to in and it’s moving off to the left-hand side but there is a slight variance in where the club face is pointing in relation to that path, if it is pointing slightly off to the right, you’ll get curvature from left or right. If it’s starting further to the left, you will get curvature from right to left. If there is absolutely no curvature on the golf ball, what that would suggest is that the club face and the path are perfectly aligned as you hit and that will give you the indication and the theory that you are swinging from out to in with its straight club face. So, what we are going to do in these videos is explain how you can fix these things, what to look for when you are hitting them and hopefully try and give you a little bit more of an improved path and then improved accurate ball flight.