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I will often use this drill & setup with students that have a tendency to hook the ball. In doing so, our goal is to break the pattern of the hands and club moving severely in-to-out through impact. For many of these players, this pattern can be so ingrained that having a soft barrier, such as a pool noodle, is one of the only ways to re-calibrate and create a more neutral release. On the other hand, if you are a strong slicer of the golf ball, you may want to avoid this drill altogether as it may further exaggerate your out-to-in path.
Tags: Poor Contact, Not Straight Enough, Early Extension, Release, Drill, Intermediate