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A hook is created by a large difference in the face-to-path relationship. For a right handed golfer, the path is more to the right than where the face points at impact. To solve this pattern, you will need to move the path more to the left and open the face to the path. The good news is that the same movements move the path left as open the face. Having the club lower in transition and the body rotating through impact is the best long term solution to fixing your hook pattern.
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