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Path For Contact, Face For Control

Most swing issues have a face & path component. As I often tell my students, the ability to do some on-course troubleshooting can be a huge help to your round and overall game. As a general rule, contact issues are going to be related to a path problem, such as a club path that is too much from the inside or outside. On the other hand, issues with direction or start line, are going to be related to a face problem, whether it be too open or closed. Ultimately, understanding how these two variables relate to your good and bad habits, will allow you to take more "ownership" of your game and hopefully, give you the ability to make some adjustments mid-round. 

Playlists: Fix Your Flip, Squaring The Club Face Explained, Fix Your Slice, Understand Your Swing Plane/Path, Get More Distance, Fix Your Hook

Tags: Fundamentals, Poor Contact, Not Straight Enough, Member Question

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